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My family doesn’t especially like the white meat in chicken or turkey. That’s why we usually prefer goose or duck because the meat is all dark meat–tender and full of flavor. Last year’s Christmas dinner featured roast duckling. Modern turkeys … Continue reading
We celebrated New Year’s Eve with a special treat this year. I fell in love with Mexican food when I moved to Texas many years ago, and although there are lots of Mexican restaurants here in Houston–in fact sometimes it … Continue reading
The roast duckling we ate for Christmas dinner is probably the best I’ve cooked. It was tender and juicy, but still flavorful with brown, crispy skin. My family prefers duck to turkey or even chicken because it is ALL dark … Continue reading
My whole family really loves lamb, and this version of Moroccan stew has some interesting spices that add an exotic taste and aroma to the dish. This is a true traditional dish based on a recipe I found in another … Continue reading
Have you ever pulled something out of the freezer to thaw for dinner and found out when you opened the package it wasn’t what you thought it was? One day I decided it was time for some grassfed beef liver, … Continue reading
You should know by now that I really love recipes that are Real Food and quick and easy. This is one of my favorites–it’s made with wild-caught Gulf shrimp cooked in a spicy flavorful sauce. Here’s how I make it: … Continue reading
You’ve probably learned by now that my favorite foods are REAL, healthy, nutritious, and, whenever possible, quick to fix. Here’s another favorite–a two-egg omelet with goat cheese–which I usually eat as a quick lunch or supper since almost every day I … Continue reading
Here’s another edition of What’s for dinner? The most important part of this meal is the beef heart with bacon and onion, one of our favorite ways to eat this organ meat. Organ meats have always been an important part … Continue reading
Here’s another easy, quick meal that’s super de-lish and nutritious too. Salmon Patties 1 can, 12-15 oz, red salmon 2 eggs, preferably from pastured chickens Juice of 1/2 organic lemon 2 slices bread (I used Nourishing Traditions buttermilk soaked bread), … Continue reading
There’s nothing better than grassfed beef, and this one is extra special–ribeye steak, cooked rare to preserve more nutrients. We ate this beef with local farmers market green beans and organic baked potatoes (not local though). What you need: Beef … Continue reading