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Indian Jalfrezi Chicken

Indian Jalfrezi Chicken
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Indian Jalfrezi Chicken —Gluten free & lactose free; may be prepared vegan and vegetarian   It’s hard not to love chicken tikka masala. Unfortunately, since masala sauce generally is made with yogurt and cream, finding love in a lactose-free version takes more work than simply ordering takeout. My recipe for at-home Indian relies on lactose-free […]

Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Cream Pie

Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Cream Pie

I made this pie last week because for some reason my boyfriend and I have been on a pie kick. We have made a new pie or dessert pretty much every week and we stuff our faces with it—and sometimes (rarely) we share. This pie was shared and a hit amongst friends and family. And […]

Pretty, Powerful, Pasta

Pretty, Powerful, Pasta

Pretty, Powerful, Pasta Recipe from Living Luxe Gluten Free by Michelle Lee This recipe came together when my pantry and fridge were bare. Unable to get to the store, I was limited to tomatoes, broccoli, and Trader Joe’s quinoa fusilli pasta. I combined them all then added garlic, olive oil, and anchovies to the mix. […]

Chicken Soup for All That Ails You

Chicken Soup for All That Ails You

Chicken soup is the ultimate aid in warming you up after a day out and about. It is so simple and full of good minerals and nutrients (especially if you’ve roasted a chicken and made some broth the day before) and depending on how much chili you put it, I swear it’ll knock a cold […]

Chorizo, Mushroom & Potato Tacos

Chorizo, Mushroom & Potato Tacos

Every “Taco Tuesday” on Instagram I find myself drooling over people eating tacos and I don’t know why I’m not eating tacos for dinner. I get serious taco envy. So this week I joined the masses and made these delicious tacos. Like seriously delicious tacos. They are spicy and sweet and salty—everything a good taco […]

Chunky Clam Chowder

Chunky Clam Chowder

Clam chowder has always been a favorite of mine. Even as a child when I ate around the clams and only ate the potatoes—it was still my second favorite soup (after my grandmothers cream of asparagus). This clam chowder has a lot going on—I like to add a bunch of vegetables and bacon to add […]

Soda Bread & Dreams of Ireland

Soda Bread & Dreams of Ireland

From Laura’s Mobile Kitchen, September 21, 2015: I tend to organize my memories by meals. Chances are if I’ve been on a journey of any kind, I can remember what I ate every day of the trip. I guess it comes along with having a food- oriented brain—when I’m out of my everyday life, flavors […]

Persimmon & Pomegranate Bread

Persimmon & Pomegranate Bread

I will admit that I have never cooked with persimmons until today. I have had them in salads but that’s about my extent of my knowledge and use. Shame on me! Now that they are in season- I’m going to try to use them more often. I have also been wanting to add pomegranates to […]

Summer Corn, Roasted Butternut Squash & Mushroom Bisque

Summer Corn, Roasted Butternut Squash & Mushroom Bisque

I’m using whatever corn I can find to my full advantage. Summer is officially over. If you’re lucky, your farmers market or local store probably has a few more ears of sweet corn to get rid of and this soup is a beautiful and delicious way to use it up. The addition of the butternut […]

Pomegranate & Pistachio Brussels Sprouts

Pomegranate & Pistachio Brussels Sprouts

Getting kids to eat and, better yet, like Brussels sprouts is about as hard as it has been for me to take Donald Trump seriously in politics—it’s probably not going to happen. It’s a love it or leave it sort of situation with these mini cabbages. But, I’m here to tell you that I got […]

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