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Immune-Boosting Tea

There is no down side to boosting your immune system.  We need it to always be in tip-top shape since it protects our body from bacteria, viruses, fungi and so much more.  It’s a good idea to show our immune system some love every now and then, especially with the things we eat and drink.… Continue reading Immune-Boosting Tea

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Healing Bone Broth Cranberry Sauce

Are the holidays complete without cranberry sauce? I have to admit it’s a favorite of mine- jellied of course.  Growing up, I loved slicing it up and plopping it next to the mashed potatoes so a little of the gravy would make its way to the crimson red disc.  It was not only pretty but… Continue reading Healing Bone Broth Cranberry Sauce

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Pumpkin Cream Cups

Fall= pumpkin.  It just does.  As soon as the weather turns chilly, we start to see pumpkin patches, and pumpkin spice this and pumpkin spice that.  Every year this beautiful gourd gets its moment in the spotlight.   Luckily, in the past few decades we have seen pumpkin extend past the obligatory pie and into breads,… Continue reading Pumpkin Cream Cups

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Low-Carb Cauliflower Rice Pudding

All right I’m calling it.  The best pudding in the world of puddings is rice pudding.  There, I said it.  Hands down one of the classic desserts – for good reason.  I mean, what’s not to love? The creamy starchiness of the rice, the spiciness of the cinnamon, the aromatic vanilla wafting as it cooks. … Continue reading Low-Carb Cauliflower Rice Pudding

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Zoodles in Spicy Pumpkin Sauce

Pumpkin gets its fair share come fall.  We see it in pies, breads, as pastry fillings, even in beverages.  Its mild flavor lends itself well to most dishes from sweet to savory, and it plays well with a variety of herbs and spices. Pretty much all types of squash are great options as a nutrient-dense… Continue reading Zoodles in Spicy Pumpkin Sauce

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Low-Carb Fideo

Fideo is one of things that takes me back to my childhood.  It’s a fill-your-belly-and-your-soul kind of soup that is simple, yet never basic.  I could eat bowl after bowl (and I have).  For those of you without the luxury of growing up with this stuff, fideo (vermicelli), is first sauteed to release its nutty… Continue reading Low-Carb Fideo

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Coconut Milk Three Ways

I use a lot of coconut products: oil, cream, butter, shredded, water.  All add great additions to any dish whether sweet, savory or spicy, but none reign quite as supreme in my book as coconut milk.  I use it a fair amount.  It is rich, creamy, and has a very similar mouthfeel to cow’s milk. … Continue reading Coconut Milk Three Ways

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Herbed Lamb Meatballs

Lamb.  Definitely not the most popular protein choice in the US.  It can be a challenge to find, and its gamey flavor can turn some off to it, however lamb can be a good addition to almost any diet.  Grass-fed/finished lamb: can have high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, to combat inflammation; is high in… Continue reading Herbed Lamb Meatballs

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Mashed Cauliflower

I developed a sensitivity to potatoes a while back.  Although I wasn’t a huge spud consumer in the past, I did occasionally like to eat mashed potatoes.  One bite and it is easy to see why it is considered a comfort food.  There is something heavenly about a spoonful of fluffy, creamy, buttery mashed potatoes… Continue reading Mashed Cauliflower

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts Salad

What is one to do when the weather is warm and salads are on the brain?  Make a roasted Brussels sprouts salad of course.  It is loaded flavor.  Shallots and their mild oniony flavor pair nicely with the roasted sprouts.  A simple vinaigrette coats the veggies with a sharp tanginess.  The end result: flavor, flavor,… Continue reading Roasted Brussels Sprouts Salad