I have just been introduced to the spice Sumac and I am a bit obsessed with it at the moment. My low histamine, AIP diet for the most part lacks the flavor profile “acid”…no vinegar (high histamine) and citrus is often iffy. So finding a spice that has a zingy acidic citrus note is a real Continue reading
Recently I have been trying to perfect growing microgreens ahead of our summer fallow season in Miami….too hot to grow much outside, but I still want something fresh and homegrown! I tried growing micros in soil…and it was, well, messy. I tried growing them on hemp mats and got all sorts of mold overgrowth…couldn’t get the amount of watering just right…overwatered some batches and some dried up. And THEN….I discovered Hamama micros on Instagram. This is an INGENIOUS and crazy simple system. It comes with Continue reading
The other day I went to my fridge to pull the ingredients to make my weekly batch of Creamy Cauliflower Leek soup and lo and behold I was out of leeks! Not to fret. I subbed in turnips, tweaked a few other things and wow, the result was amazing. Voila! Another version is born. Here are the details if you want to give it a go.
Creamy Cauliflower Turnip Soup
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When I first suspected that histamine intolerance might be another piece of my wellness puzzle, it felt like yet another food restriction limiting my choices…but discovering how many things freeze well has been the silver lining! The freezer has now become a huge part of my food prep plan! Continue reading
After I got my mom hooked on parchment paper, she came up with the idea for this one dish wonder. She often makes pork for my boys when we go to her house for dinner, and pork is just not my best friend…so she started making me my own special one dish meal..which has become a new favorite of mine.
I am having fun playing around with lots of different versions Continue reading
I had a request for a post about my raised bed garden so here goes!
I am pretty much a novice gardener, but I am having a great time learning by trial and error. My husband built me this 8 x 4 foot raised bed in the fall which made it all possible, as our native soil is not really suitable for growing. He bought Continue reading
Double recipe post!
First up is Delicata Squash. This side dish is so easy and everyone I have served it to has swooned over it. Bonus…it is delicious leftover, if it lasts that long. It reminds me of french toast! Continue reading