Recipe: Sautéed Asian-style Cabbage

Asian-style Cabbage Feature
I absolutely adore Asian food! Lately, I’ve been cooking my little heart out of Russ Crandall’s Paleo Takeout – you can read me review of this awesome cookbook here. I really take pleasure in the main dishes served over traditionally steamed rice, however sometimes I try to eat
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10 Tips for Enjoying Holiday Parties

10 Tips for Enjoying Holiday Parties
With 4th of July right around the corner and the party invites a-galore, I thought it’d be a great time to give you my top party-going tips! I love a good party, but the party foods don’t always love me. Over the years I’ve developed my toolbox of tips to help me enjoy any party.
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Book Review: Paleo Takeout

Book Review: Paleo Takeout by Russ Crandall
One of my favorite food bloggers and cookbook authors by far is Russ Crandall who blogs as The Domestic Man. His Paleo-friendly recipes focus on classic, traditional, and international dishes from a historical, linguistic, and cultural perspective.
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Recipe: Robert’s St. Louis Style BBQ Sauce

Recipe: Robert's St. Louis Style BBQ Sauce
I’d like to send out a Happy Father’s Day to all you dads out there - especially my dad Robert Levy! Now, most of you that follow me and my blog know that my dad is an awesome cook and I steal (lol) many of his recipes for my website, so why would today be any different?
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Susan Dines Out: Mission Heirloom

Susan Dines Out: Mission Heirloom
I rarely dine out for many reasons, but the following two are the most important: most restaurants use subpar ingredients, including cheap vegetable oils and a ton of salt; and secondly, I’m often disappointed as the food we make at home usually tastes better.
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A Personal Secret + Recipe: Easy Garlicky Green Beans

Recipe: Easy Garlicky Green Beans
I have a secret...I’m kind of a picky eater! Yep, this nutritionist who advocates eating a rainbow color of vegetables daily sometimes has a hard time doing it herself. I’ve made a conscious effort over the years to add more variety to my daily vegetable intake by trying new ones.
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Recipe: Dad’s Wilted Spinach Salad

Recipe: Dad's Wilted Spinach Salad
I have fond memories of my dad’s Wilted Spinach Salad. The way everyone spoke of it, it seemed like such a special dish. Imagine fresh sweet spinach leaves dressed in a warm vinaigrette made with bacon fat instead of olive oil and topped with crispy bacon and hardboiled egg crumbles.
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Why This Nutritionist Broke Up with Gluten

Why This Nutritionist Broke Up with Gluten
I don’t eat gluten...I get questions all the time about why I don’t, especially lately with all the negative information about gluten sensitivity on the news and in the blogosphere. Some people think I don’t eat gluten because it’s in style or a fad,
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Recipe: Gingered Carrot Parsnip Purée

Gingered Carrot Parsnip Puree
We all know we need to eat more vegetables because we’ve been hearing this our entire life right! I recommend 10 x 1/2 cup servings per day or 5 cups of vegetables every darn day. It sounds like a lot and it can be hard in the winter time.
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Keep Calm and Eat Avocados!

Keep Calm and Eat Avocados
Mini rant alert! A polite rant with no f-bombs, but a rant none the less. I am so gosh darned sick to death of hearing people call avocados fattening!!! I actually overheard someone talking to themselves one time asking, "Do I want guacamole or do I want to be skinny?" Really??
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