I hate it when I spell words wrong. My earliest memory of being shocked to learn I was spelling a word wrong was when I was in my early twenties and one day discovered that I had been spelling spaghetti for my entire life without the “h”. I’m pretty sure my mom spelled … click here to continue reading Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Caps
Wow! Two posts in one week. I was looking through my recipe notebooks and I found this recipe that I promised to post several months ago. I had photos taken and the recipe written down – I told you I have recipes to share! It’s literally the problem of trying to find an … click here to continue reading Beefy Stroganoff Dairy-Free Gluten-Free
How many variations of chili do you think are possible? Maybe infinite variations since all you have to do is tweak the ingredients just slightly and you’ve got something new and delicious.
Chili is one of my favorite cool weather meals, a hearty meal that is warming and filling. If you make it … click here to continue reading Recipe: Spicy Ancho Beef Chili
I love beans. My favorites are pinto beans. We ate them fairly regularly when I was growing up, usually with homemade flour tortillas. They’ve been a staple in my diet as an adult up until I started GAPS. As you know, pinto beans and flour tortillas are not allowed on GAPS, so these … click here to continue reading Easy Delicious Creamy Crock-Pot Navy Beans
Curry has become one of my most favorite spice mixtures. I’ve been using a homemade version from my friend Jessica, from Delicious Obsessions. I’ll link to her recipe below. Consider making a double batch of the sauce (coconut milk, almond butter, curry powder) it is very delicious tasting, very thick and creamy.
1 … click here to continue reading Curried Pork over Cauli-Rice with Vegetables
Tamales are a process and these are definitely worth the time and effort! These are delicious, and very much like the REAL THING. They are so good that I ate 8 of the 15 we made yesterday, all by myself. I say these are a winner!
Matthew asks for “Mollies”
My son Matthew … click here to continue reading Grain Free Corn Free Tamales
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Chard and Onion Quiche 4 cups or about 20 leaves of Swiss Chard, stems multi-colored preferably 1 coconut flour crust (I used this one from Patty at Loving Our Guts) 1 large onion 2 Tablespoons butter or your favorite healthy fat (bacon grease would probably … click here to continue reading Recipe: Chard and Onion Quiche
This Shepherd’s Pie tastes very much like the comfort food of my childhood, yet is GAPS legal since it contains no potatoes. It is also dairy-free, feel free to top with some GAPS legal cheese if you so desire.
Shepherd’s Pie GAPS Legal, Dairy-Free, No Potatoes 6 Tablespoons of your favorite healthy fat, … click here to continue reading Recipe: Shepherd’s Pie GAPS Legal, Dairy-Free, No Potatoes