Sep 23 2013
Category: Uncategorized
wpid9943-20130920untitled37634.jpg

You’ll love this simple juicy home style pork chops recipe! Plus, enter to win a gift box of McCormick spices.


wpid-Photo-Nov-1-2012-425-PM.jpg

  While in one of my pinning frenzies, I came across this recipe for (Olive Garden copycat) Zuppa Toscana in a crock pot. It looked darned good to me, and also like something that I could double without much effort, AND freeze successfully. I wasn’t 100% sure about freezing it because of the potatoes (which


Jun 05 2012
Category: Uncategorized
IMG_7757.jpg

  Mini Frittatas – Paleo Breakfast Bites Ingredients: 1 dozen eggs, beaten well 1 onion, diced and sautéed 1/2 cup ham, diced 10 oz frozen spinach, thawed and drained well (squeeze out as much liquid as you can) 1 pound of sausage, cooked Any seasonings/spices/other ingredients you’d like. Method: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees


Jun 03 2012
Category: Uncategorized
IMG_7749.jpg

Paleo Zucchini Boats / Stuffed Zucchini Recipe Ingredients: 2 Tbsp coconut oil (I used expeller-pressed so it wouldn’t taste coconutty) 1 medium onion, diced 10 oz of mushrooms, chopped 2 cloves of garlic, minced 7 oz of organic tomato paste 4 medium zucchinis 1 pound of your favorite sausage 2 eggs salt and pepper to


Sep 21 2010
Category: Uncategorized
Grain-Free Chicken Cordon Bleu – Make and Freeze

This is another meal that I made while I was pregnant, and froze for post-partum. It was really good the first night, but I venture to say that it was even better after freezing – because in my vacuum-sucked freezer bags, the breading on top got sucked to the chicken, and changed somehow. It was


May 21 2010
Category: Uncategorized
Awesome Salad w/Honey Mustard Dressing

Another delicious salad with our CSA bounty. This one is: leaf lettuce (CSA) tomato wedges (CSA) sharp cheddar cheese ham from the deli honey-mustard dressing To make honey-mustard dressing, I just squeezed a good amount of mustard into a little bowl, then added some honey and stirred. After that, I whisked in olive oil until


Apr 22 2010
Category: Uncategorized
Breakfast Casserole (With Chard if you Want)

Note: You probably won’t drool at my pictures much, since I was cooking this at 9:30 at night and taking snapshots with my phone… but you can skip over to the link to the original for pretty ones. Sorry I didn’t deliver this time! Inspired by Pastor Ryan’s Eggs Florentine casserole… basically I looked at


Oct 28 2009
Category: Uncategorized
Sausages, Peppers, and Onions – Easy Recipe

Some nights you might only have a few minutes to cook, or you don’t feel like thawing meat, worrying about seasonings, or preheating the oven. This is a perfect meal for those nights. All you need is a smoked sausage from your grocery store or local butcher (try to get one without added sugar or


Ham and Cheese Crustless Quiche Recipe (with Spinach, too!)

Crustless quiche is such an easy thing to make. Decide on your fillings, make a custard, throw it in a pie pan, and bake. It’s the low-carb version of the pasta/rice casserole, and somehow it seems eons fancier, too. If you say “quiche for dinner,” it makes people around you raise their eyebrows, impressed, and


Sep 20 2009
Category: Uncategorized
Pork Breakfast Sausage – Spicy Version

So, I have to tell you that since posting this recipe for breakfast sausage, I’ve pretty much had breakfast sausage in the fridge almost every day, ready to go. I typically make a batch a week, though sometimes I skip a week… But it’s not always the same recipe. I’ve come up with a spicy


Jul 07 2009
Category: Uncategorized
Homemade Pork Breakfast Sausage

This pork breakfast sausage is delicious, easy to make in a huge batch (and freeze some for later), full of protein and flavor, and has helped me start several mornings off on the right foot so far. You will need: Optional: 1/2 onion 2 pounds ground pork 1 tsp sage 1 tsp salt 1 tsp


Delightful Dinner – Pork, Broccoli, Salad w/toasted Green Beans

Oh, dinner. How I love you. This one was super-easy, involving about 5 minutes of prep (no kidding). First I started the packet pork. Somehow I forgot that it was supposed to have lemon pepper though, so I just used salt and pepper. It was still good, but it’s better with the lemon pepper. When



as seen onas seen onas seen onas seen onas seen on

© 2016 Joyful Abode | Designed by OSN