Archive for March, 2012

Cavegirl Walnut Brownies

Cavegirl Walnut Brownies

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Posted: March 29, 2012

The first time I heard about putting avocados in a brownie mix, my head was spinning with the thought of such a wonderful savory item in one of favorite sweet treats in the world. Think […]

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Garbage Frittata for One

Garbage Frittata for One

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Posted: March 28, 2012

Day 16 of 31:  Back to Basics This was truly inspired by this 6-inch cast iron pan ~ it was just so cute.  I usually make regular-sized  frittatas once every few weeks and then cut them […]

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White Spargel Delight

White Spargel Delight

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Posted: March 27, 2012

It’s Spargelzeit (asparagus season)!  After I was first married, my hubby (and I) were stationed in Germany.  I eventually started working in the small town of Schwetzingen.  One beautiful Spring day, I brought my roller […]

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Swine and Scallop Salad

Swine and Scallop Salad

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Posted: March 26, 2012

I saw these sea scallops at the store today and had to come home with them!  I had some prosciutto in the refrigerator that needed some use, so this was just a natural marriage. Also, I […]

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Choco-Hazelnut Paleo Cereal

Choco-Hazelnut Paleo Cereal

A grain-free, paleo cereal that utilizes my two favorite flavors — chocolate and hazelnuts! #eggfreebreakfast

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Primal Paella (family-style)

Primal Paella (family-style)

My husband and I visited Mallorca in the late 1990s and one of my favorite evenings was when we rented bikes and found this little hole in the wall place that overlooked the ocean.  We sat […]

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Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup

Creamy Wild Mushroom Soup

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Posted: March 24, 2012

Mushroom soup is one of my favorite soups of all time.  It is one of my comfort foods.  Growing up, my mom would whip open a can of Campbell’s and make the best grilled cheese […]

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Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus and Pepper

Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus and Pepper

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Posted: March 23, 2012

This is super easy and very flexible.  Just open your refrigerator and use whatever veggies are available.  Next time, I’m going to do zucchini strips and onion slices!  This is good as a side, snack, […]

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Honey Bunches of Paleo Cereal (grain-free)

Honey Bunches of Paleo Cereal (grain-free)

Time: 30 minutes

Difficulty: Easy

This was a mistake gone right! I initially started out wanting to make some “granola bars” from some of the leftover ingredients from my Trail Mix Cookies. After baking and letting it cool down, I tried to cut my creation into bars just to watch it crumble before my eyes. Frustrated, I tried a handful of my failure and thought that this would be great in a bowl with coconut milk. I was right!

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“Fried” Eggplant Marinara (on a bed of greens)

“Fried” Eggplant Marinara (on a bed of greens)

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Posted: March 21, 2012

This is a baked dish, but with the coating of almond meal after baking, it has a fried texture to it. Also, generally, I make my own marinara (or tomato) sauce, but in this case […]

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