Chilled Quinoa Salad

Let’s face it, eating leafy greens as your salad is wonderful, but it can get a bit monotonous. Eating a variety of fresh ingredients is absolutely key to a healthy lifestyle.  We’d like to introduce you to another way to enjoy a tasty lunch or perhaps a lighter fare for dinner or a creative side…

Jumbo Prawns in Silky Tomato Sauce

We’ve been experimenting with some amazing things, stay tuned for more great things coming up really soon – you’ll love them for the summer.   Ingredients 4 vine ripe tomatoes, chopped Tablespoon coconut oil 2 large cloves garlic, minced 1 6oz can tomato paste 2 large yellow onions, sliced thin to medium Sea Salt to…

Pumpkin Curry Soup

This soup can be served chilled or hot. The ingredients are so complimentary to each other and the curry and ginger lift the flavor profile to something almost floral. You can finish it with some crispy bacon, or labne or your favorite herb. Ingredients for a big pot of soup that serves 6 – 8…

Gluten Free Pizza

As you know, we always mix our own ingredients to make a dish, but we thought that this time, we would show you a gluten-free pizza recipe that you can make quickly and easily have access to pretty much throughout the U.S. It is not always easy to find all the right flours required to…

Savory Calamari & Cod: Thai Inspired

Although we’ve been cooking as usual, we haven’t really shared recipes consistently and we are sorry for that. We are back and you can expect consistent posts. Thank you for  your continued visits and recreation of our dishes. Ingredients 2 cups calamari tentacles 1/2 lb cod, cut into 1/2 inch pieces (you could also use…

Poppy Seed Banana Torte

We love poppy seed anything, and wanted to share an easy, but delicious torte that you can make for your family or for a gift to bring to a friends house. With the holiday season slowly approaching, it will be nice to have another healthy choice on the dinner table. This will surely make it…

Wild Black Rice Burger Patties with Dover Sole

It’s been a little while since we posted last, so very much has happened – the most important and sad is that we have lost our boy Tiger, who you see on our last post. We have not had the heart or mindset until now to think of other things. We will miss him forever!…

Boneless Leg of Lamb in Heavy Cream Sauce

My mom’s secret boneless leg of lamb recipe shared with you in honor of her. In this past visit she took such great care of us, cooking and loving us everyday, treating us to amazing meal after amazing meal. We could not help but to share this with you. As complex as this tastes, it…

Coconut Flour Dusted Calamari

It’s almost summer her in Arizona, and we are looking for lighter, but satisfying lunches like this great tasting coconut flour dusted calamari. Server this with some of your favorite light white wine, we prefer Arizona Stronghold Tazi as a pairing. This is so easy to make and will make you and everyone happy! The…

Cabbage Roulades with Sauerkraut

This is a dish the I grew up with in Austria that my mom used to make for me all the time.  She learned this dish from my Croatian grandmother, and it is a fantastically balanced and the acid is perfect.  This is a childhood favorite for me that has remained in the top dishes…

Phukett Green Chicken Curry

This dish is very authentic, it’s so lovely and quite easy to make, that you have to give this a try and let us know what you think. Ingredients 2 lbs of chicken thigh meat, cubed into 1 – 2 inch thick pieces 2 tbsp coconut oil 2 cups of coconut cream (we use Aroy-D)…

Liver Dumplings for Soup (Leberknoedel)

Today, I’d like to share a personal all time favorite of mine since childhood, Leberknoedel, aka Liver Dumplings. These are so incredibly easy to make and offer a nutritional punch like little else. Check out how nutritious liver is. In this case we used chicken liver, but you could use veal or good grass-fed beef…