Jun

12

Leftover Wednesdays: Prosciutto Bacon Jam & Paleo for Women Guest Post!

Two things to give you a rocking Wednesday: a post about womanhood, realizing I’m not broken, and living with chronic conditions over at Paleo for Women. And Bacon Jam, upgraded. And a welcome for new visitors below. Read on! Guys. Seriously. Today, I am over the freakin’ moon because I’ve got a guest post on […]

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May

11

Pot Roast Salad

Crockpot pot roast? Easy peasy! Leftover pot roast? A dream for the taste-buds. Leftover pot roast bedded in a salad full of crisp spring foliage? WIN. Did I just use the word foliage in place of salad? Yes. I’m the kind of person who likes to eat foliage. Call me a Brontosaurus. I think the […]

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May
08

Wednesday Leftovers: Chocolate Pumpkin Shake

I had some leftovers from my Double Chocolate Shake Ice Cream AND 4 Ingredient Pumpkin Soft Cream, so when my friend came over I mixed her up a shake. I later dropped the blender, twice, spattering my floor and computer with chocolate goo. The blender is now cracked and leaking, and I’m stuck trying to […]

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Mar

26

Easter NOMS!

My mom and younger brother are visiting for the next few weeks, so I’m sure I’ll have some adventures to share quite soon.  In lieu of a traditional Easter Dinner, we’ll be traveling around Tokyo & Kyoto checking out cherry blossoms. In case you need a few meal ideas, here are some recipes I’d serve […]

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Mar

09

Batch Cooking & Weekly Inspiration

Lemons. Prosciutto. Sweet potato skins. Chocolate-covered coconut oranges. These things are rockin’ my world right now. They soon will be rocking yours. In the mean time, my friend came over today and we had a great time batch cooking. Taking a page out of my homie the Primalist’s weekly food prep, here is what we […]

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Nov

16

Beef Curry Stew

When it comes to food, the internet lacks in conveying one key thing: smell. The smell of Japanese curry is enough to bring me to my knees. Even though I know regular Japanese curry is full of dangerous things like wheat & sugar, I am always drawn to the smell of a hot bowl of […]

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Nov

04

Lazy Sunday Mornings: Roasted Vegetable Salad

Let’s talk about Lazy Sunday Mornings. They are essential. Weekends should be relaxing, restorative, and reinvigorating. On Saturday mornings I like to get things done: workouts, school club activities, farmers markets, errands, cleaning, and the like. But Sunday mornings are all about enjoying the moment. Sunday mornings are for hanging out in your super soft […]

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Oct

08

Primal Traveling + Breakfast Nori Wraps

Thank you for your patience the last few weeks. Second term at school is by far the busiest, and I’m still trying to gain that elusive property of balance in my life. It has been far too long without a recipe, so let’s get this show on the road! I posted the Sugar Series while […]

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Jun

29

Laarb-inspired Summer Salad

This…this makes my heart sing. The color, the different textures, even the fun shapes! I eat salad every day, but there is something particularly exciting about summer salads. Cool, refreshing, wholesome, and extra tasty with all the super fresh produce, I’ll munch my way through salads all summer long. For the past month or so, […]

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May

25

Crockpot Bison Stew

Do you ever wish you could come home after a long day and dinner would magically appear and be waiting for you? Let’s make that dream a reality. Introducing…the slow cooker. I grew up with a CrockPot, so that is how I’ll reference it, but the idea is the same. Prepare ingredients beforehand, set it […]

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