Coconut Thai Chicken Curry

My family loves curries and I don’t make them often enough.  I especially love Thai food and this dish definitely has this vibe.  It is extremely easy to make, it’s a beautiful color so it’s pleasing to the eye, and can be paired with either rice, cauliflower rice, or whatever your choice is.  This recipe…

German Sauerbraten, Potato Pancakes and Cabbage

May isn’t really time for Oktoberfest, but my husband craves German food on a daily basis.  His roots are German and this kind of food is his “soul food.”  This is a recipe that has been passed down, translated and used by several generations in his family.  I’m now passing it down to you. Be…

Ribs, Mashed, Greens

This was one of the easiest dinners, ever.  I do a lot of my meat shopping at Costco because I can get high quality meat for almost half the price of what I can get in the supermarket.  We were having company on Sunday, so I picked up these ribs- there were two racks in…

Pulled Buffalo Chicken Salad

This is a really great summer recipe.  It’s really easy to make when you get home and it’s a blast of flavor in your mouth.  I find that it’s not too spicy, but it satisfies everyone on the spice-spectrum.  You can make this recipe as is or exchange some of the veg ingredients.  I also…

Slow Cooker Roast

This is a version of pot roast that comes from my “Paleo Slow Cooking” book by Chrissy Gower.  Another really easy recipe where you can simply chop up a few things in the morning and throw it all into the crock pot.  Set it and forget it!!!  I easily roasted some little potatoes for the…

Homemade Potato Pancakes

My husband made these potato pancakes from scratch, using this recipe.  I definitely recommend it.  I was really impressed by the taste and texture- and he said they were relatively easy!  He modified it to make it gluten free. We paired it with our homemade German Sauerbraten, red cabbage and sauerkraut.  You’ll have to wait…

Sage and Sausage Gluten Free Pizza

We started off by making this pizza crust which I would definitely recommend if you’re trying to eat gluten free.  We made the crust around lunch time and let it sit in the fridge- we find that it’s easier to mold/control if it’s a little cool.  It gets pretty sticky with all the cheese melted together,…