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Stuffed Mushrooms with Duck and Fresh Cherries

You may have noticed that I love to stuff things into mushrooms, and my rationale for this is simple.  One, I love mushrooms.  Two, mushrooms provide an easy base for grain-free, gluten-free, and lower-carb ways to have a handy little appetizer.  Finally, appetizers are the new main dish, at least in my world.  For this […]

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Strawberry-Rhubarb Crisp for Two (grain free)

I just returned from Leesburg, Indiana where I spent three days eating a wide variety of delicious dishes prepared with duck, courtesy of Maple Leaf Farms (more on that in an upcoming post), and when I got home the garden had exploded with growth from a few days of rain and heat.  It was as […]

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Tandoori-spiced Oven Fried Chicken (grain free)

It’s that time of year when you have to start asking yourself: am I pro or anti picnic?  While I am sympathetic to some of the compelling anti-picnic arguments (in particular, ants…), Colorado is one of the best places in the country for picnics, placing me solidly in the pro-picnic camp.  In a typical summer […]

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Black and White Dessert Bars (grain free)

It didn’t take me too long, post-Whole30, to decide to make a grain free treat.  I’ve been working on this recipe for a while and I am pretty happy with this version.  Gluten free, grain free, and dairy free if you stick with a dairy-free chocolate chip for the topping.  Note that I am no […]

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Seafood Stuffed Sole

If you have been following along with my kitchen adventures it’s probably clear by now that I adore fish and shellfish.  I was doing a quick scan of my recipe index and I have exactly four recipes for chicken versus 26 recipes for fish and shellfish.  I have nothing against chicken, mind you, it just […]

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20 Paleo Recipes for Spring

Spring in Colorado means high winds, sudden snow storms, and also lots of beautifully warm days that encourage green things to start peeking up through the sea of brown.  As I start the yard and garden clean up I am counting the new patches of green, and watching the strawberry plants come to life.  It’s […]

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