Paleo Mess of Greens with Bacon (with Chard, Collards or Mustard Greens)

What do you do with an abundant amount of garden greens? Especially when you’re the only one that eats them? Bacon. The answer to all the world’s problems. Bacon. This is a simple recipe from my grandma that she taught me and used to get all her kids to eat their greens. Add a little bacon and butter (or coconut oil) and there you go. My family of two (plus dogs) can devour 5 pounds of greens easily in one sitting. Thanks Grandma and of course, Bacon!

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Paleo Breakfast Salad with Simple Vinaigrette

I know what you are thinking, salad for breakfast?!!! Just hear me out on this one. Maple and lemon dressing with a perfect over easy egg on a bed of hearty greens and salty smoky ham. This is a simple salad that I love for breakfast. Well, honestly I eat this Paleo Breakfast Salad with Simple Vinaigrette for lunch and dinner too! It’s got the ideal balance of sweet and savory that I crave when the Fahrenheit rises above 80 degrees.

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Simple Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts

I’m a weirdo and love Brussels Sprouts.  It’s funny because I don’t actually recall ever having them when I was younger.  So maybe that is why I never learned to hate them at a young age (though I never did have a “I hate veggies” stage).  I will admit I’ve had brussels sprouts that were made… not so tasty.  But it doesn’t have to be this way!  It’s so easy to make yummy tasting brussels sprouts!  For example, this super easy oven roasted brussels sprouts!

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What is White Tuna? You might not want to know…

It’s not a secret that I love sushi and sashimi.  Sometimes I legit crave it, and need it ASAP.  There’s a sushi restaurant nearby that has pretty good food (not just sushi and sashimi, but good bento, ramen, and other Japanese dishes too).  At some point, I discovered this perfectly sized Sushi and Sashimi combination, and this has been my go to when I’m craving some sushi or sashimi.

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CourseHorse Wine and Cooking Class at Vino Venue

If you know me, then you know that my favorite thin in the world is FOOD.  That’s why when CourseHorse reached out to me to review one of the many cooking classes they offered, I said YESSIREE.  I didn’t really say that, but basically I was IN for sure.   So, what is CourseHorse and why should I care? CourseHorse is company that makes local education more accessible by helping people that offer classes reach people that are interested in learning… like you and me! If you’re reading my blog you probably love food (and wine) just like me, and I

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