Stir Fry Cabbage with Sichuan Peppercorn (Paleo, Gluten Free, Whole30, Vegan)

I feel like cabbage is so underrated!  It’s so delicious to me… but I mostly stir fry it Chinese style.  One common method is to stir fry cabbage with dried shrimp (recipe here), but another is to stir fry cabbage with Sichuan peppercorn! This gives it a different flavor and it’s always fun to switch it up and eat something different and delicious once in awhile.

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Paleo Green Curry Chicken Soup

I love January! Why you ask? Because January is National Soup Month! And by now everyone knows how much I love soup. However, not everyone in my house loves soup as much as I do. So, to keep the peace at our house I have been experimenting with different quasi-soup recipes! This Paleo Green Curry Chicken Soup has been dubbed as “the best curry you’ve ever made!” Better yet, it was a soup in disguise! So, if you are a soup lover but maybe someone else in your house isn’t a soup lover, stick around! Because this green chicken curry

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Easy Asian Broccolini

If you love broccolini but have never tried making it before or never had it before but are curious, here’s an Easy Asian Broccolini recipe to try!   As you probably already know, Broccolini is a green vegetable similar to broccoli but with smaller florets and longer, thinner stalks. However, here’s an interesting fact you might not know –  Broccolini is actually a natural hybrid of Broccoli and Gai Lan (Chinese Broccoli)!

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Paleo Spanish Fig Bread (Pan de Higo)

It’s the time of year where there seems to be a party or event every weekend. While I love seeing people I don’t see as often as I should, I find myself indulging in non-Paleo snacks more often than I should. This year, I’ve tried a new tactic! I bring Paleo-friendly appetizers to every gathering and this Paleo Spanish Fig Bread is always a hit for my paleo and non-paleo friends!

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Twice Cooked Pork 回鍋肉

Here’s another dish I can almost never order out because I enjoy eating it home made so much more!  Or at least when my mom makes it… Twice Cooked Pork!  It’s interesting that this recipe passed down to me is so good because… it’s also SO simple!  so… why is it called Twice Cooked Pork?  Because it literally is what it is.  You cook it once… then you cook it again!

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