Spicy Pork Ribs

Oh, my our friend Zach and us devoured these amazingly tasty ribs, pork and beef alike, from none other than the Meat Shop. One word:  Unbelievable! Ingredients 2 full racks pork ribs 1 tbsp sesame oil 1/2 tbsp virgin coconut oil 1 inch grated ginger 2 Tbsp DIY Sriracha sauce 2 Tbsp Coconut Secret Coconut…

Pork Loin Filets in Free the Animal Reduction

One of my husband’s presents to me…as we are working up to my birthday. I am spoiled and loving it. 🙂 Sauce Ingredients for 2 servings- inspired by Richard Nikoley @ Free The Animal and his recent post — Leangains: The Dietary Approach 1 Cup of Red Wine 2 Cups of Organic Beef Stock – we used…

Vanilla Custard

Mark Sisson posted a wonderful Frozen Primal Vanilla Custard dessert last year, and we thought it looked so incredible that we decided to serve a non-frozen slightly modified version for our secondary Thanksgiving dessert. …and yes everyone loved it. It looks complicated, but it is very easy to make as are most custards. Enjoy for…

Sesame Ginger Bok Choy

This is the other half of the tasty Halibut Cheek recipe that I am sure you’ve been waiting for. Baby Bok Choy is perfect right now and we couldn’t help it but pick up another batch from our favorite produce stand at our local Farmer’s market. It is a very easy dish to make and…

Persimmon Salmon en Papillote

This is an exquisite way of preparing a perfect Salmon filet with a different flair. The persimmon was a beautiful companion to the wonderful taste of Sockeye. We served it with a tasty mushroom and leek medley, but you can pair this dish with some of our other side dishes such as, Ensalada de Agucate…

The Perfect Paleo Pumpkin Pie

We love a good pumpkin pie and indulged in this amazing creation from Norcal Strength and Conditioning for our Thanksgiving meal. Thanks Jenny, it was a hit, and we will be making it again before the Holidays are over. Crust: 1 1/2 cups of almond flour (blanched) 1/4 cup melted unsalted pastured butter (or use coconut…

Lemon Butter Halibut Cheeks

Oh wow, Henry has been busy tonight. I’ve had a crazy busy and draining day, so he allowed me to go to spin class tonight and he cooked for us. We have never indulged in Halibut Cheeks, but now will be a regular as often as we can get it. Kenny and Brenna Aschbacher of…

LGL’s Ceviche

We had a wonderful Thanksgiving meal with amazing friends and fantastic cheer. As promised, we are sharing our creations…in this case our friend’s creation, his famous Ceviche made with Tilapia. This was one of the most unusual starter dishes for a Thanksgiving feast, but one of the best I have had. This plate of love…

Nutty Kitchen Thanksgiving 2010

Oh my…what a great week! No post this past Monday because we will be featuring and sharing our Thanksgiving Menu with you this Wednesday before the wonderful celebration. We will be posting all of our recipes following Thanksgiving. Hmmm….ceviche you say? A bit unconventional? …absolutely! But, Luis is visiting from Bogotá and this is one…

Power Breakfast for One

Eating alone just is not that fun, but I like to eat right so I have to continue to cook even if I am alone for a few days. To keep this one short and simple, I would love to share one of my breakfasts with you. This 3 ingredient breakfast should take you no…

Sweet Potato Cayenne Battered Sea Bass

You may have noticed that we had to skip Monday’s post…we’ll we were on the road, and it was literally impossible. I got home this afternoon and had to hit the ground running with catching up with work and other things. I managed to fit spin class in, of course, and had nothing in the…

Bacon Baby Portobellos

Make these as an appetizer or as a party item in advance. Bake it in 10 to 12 minutes and voila! 6 Baby Portobello Mushrooms 4 strips of bacon, chopped 3 – 4 green onions, chopped 3/4 tbsp butter 1 Thai chili, chopped (optional) 1 tbsp shredded cheese (optional) Sautee all ingredients, with the exception…