2 Great Recipes for Cauliflower Rice

Try throwing it into a Cajun recipe and the cauliflower flavor takes a backseat to the spices. You may not scream, “You’re lying! This is rice!” but you’ll save a lot of calories and carbs without feeling like you’re choking down a bowl of vegetables.

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Kinder, Gentler Cauliflower Rice

The first thing you’ll learn when you go Paleo is that there are a lot of recipes out there trying to make something good you used to eat, like pasta, out of a vegetable you’re not that attached to, like zucchini.

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‘Puh-men-uh’ Cheese, Please

It’s late at night and you’re snuggled up in bed with a good book, hoping to fall asleep after a few more pages, when the character goes into a restaurant and orders something delicious, or worse, goes to her kitchen and bakes. So then you’re laying there in bed, all comfy and cozy but thinking, […]

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Root Beer Pulled Pork the Hard Way

If you cook at home and are inclined to things like pulled pork, you’ve probably heard of root beer pulled pork. Easiest thing in the world: Throw a bottle of root beer in the slow cooker, plop a pork roast in, cook. So I don’t mean to be misleading with that headline. Slow cooker pulled […]

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Eggless Homemade Ravioli

This post originally appeared in Not Another Food Blog on Jan. 14, 2013. Recently I’ve had a couple of people ask me how to make homemade ravioli. Okay, it wasn’t all that recently. It was before the holidays, when I typically make a lot of ravioli. However, during the holidays I generally don’t have time […]

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Chicken Parmesan with Crunch and a Little Kick

This post originally appeared on Jan. 14, 2013 in Not Another Food Blog. First of all, ignore the heart-shaped ravioli, unless it’s┬áValentine’s Day again and it’s time for heart-shaped ravioli. If that’s the case, I made the ravioli below with this recipe using a small heart-shaped cookie cutter. Today I want to talk about chicken […]

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