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…

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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…

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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)…

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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…

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Huevos Pericos – Scrambled Eggs with Tomatoes and Scallions, Colombian Style

You are looking at an amazing dish of scrambled eggs, Colombian style.   This picture was taken in Colombia at Henry’s parents’ house.  Anita, their maid, taught me how to make these and they are truly delicious, wet, tasty and totally satisfying. We will be sharing a couple more incredible experiences with you over the…

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Patacones

My brother Marc asked us to finally post this for him.  So babe, here it is: Colombian Patacones for you! My husband and mom in law taught me how to make these amazing treats. You should have these like most carbs after your workouts, don’t forget. Fabulous Ingredients Required: 2 Large green/unripe Plantains Sea Salt,…

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Lemon Ginger Black Cod

  Oh yeah baby…my lovely Husband surprised me with this amazing dish after a very long and taxing day…thank you Henry… I love you for taking care of me.  🙂   This dish is comforting and delightfully light.   Here are  the fabulous ingredients:  1 lb Sablefish (Black Cod) 4 Garlic cloves 1 Inch Ginger…

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Spicy Macadamia Nut Okra

Okra is one of our most favorite vegetables to cook. Tonight I thought that I would try a different rendition to go with our perfectly cooked King Salmon. Check out a few of our other Okra recipes under Veggies and Sides. This dish calls for 4 cups of Okra. Simply chop off the tops and…

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Pescado a la Veracruzana

I got to spend some quality time this afternoon with my amazing friend Dunia, while my husband surprised us with this amazingly light and satisfying dish.  He used fabulous fish from our friends at Alaskan Pride and organic tomato sauce. Here is the line up for your needed Ingredients 2 lbs of white flaky fish…

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Taro and Bacon Hash

If you are looking for an alternative to your traditional carbs, such as sweet potatoes or cassava root, etc. try these amazing taro roots in this super easy hash.  It is amazing, please let us know what you think of these little gems. The flavor of these taro are so silky and smooth, you have…

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