• Hearty Spinach Beef Frittata Recipe

    This Hearty Spinach Beef Frittata will satisfy even the biggest appetites! Frittatas are one of those classic one-skillet meals that are more delicious the next day. Know what else I love about them? They’re hand-held, portable, and they travel well to work or school in a lunchbox. They’re also great for read more…

    Coconut Wild Boar Burger

    Juicy, coconutty (yeah, I made that a word), and smoky with a hint of ginger. YUM. Recently, I picked up a package of ground wild boar meat from Sprouts and was trying to think of something that would go with the peach mango chutney simmering away on my stovetop. Coconut read more…

    Paleo Carnitas Egg Muffins

    Breakfast muffins are a really easy way to use up leftover cooked meat and make for portable protein as well. I woke up the other day, threw these together and considered them tasty enough to post on the blog. Use any kind of cooked shredded meat (or even ground meat) read more…

    Pineapple Bacon Poppers Recipe

    I’ll be the first one to admit, I don’t watch football and I’m not going to any Super Bowl parties (I probably just lost some faithful readers with that admission). I will, however, make it all up to you with a super-simple appetizer bite with everyone’s FAVORITE food: bacon! That’s read more…

    Smoky Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Thighs

    One thing that continues to fascinate me is how it’s virtually impossible to get American-style bacon here in Glasgow. Sure, there are rashers and even streaky bacon (which looks like American bacon) but nothing tastes quite the same. It doesn’t have any of the sugar normally added to the bacon in read more…

    Slow Cooker Italian Meatballs

    …with a twist. Lately I’ve received many requests for crockpot recipes, so I decided to keep it simple and create something with Italian flavors but with a special addition. I’ve had two pounds of grass-fed calf’s liver sitting in my freezer for months now, unsure of what to do with read more…

    Will’s Yam Fries Recipe

    Every once in a while, there’s a dish that so reminds me of somebody that I just have to name it after them. Or in some cases, if I make a recipe specially for someone—like Jaimie’s Meatball Soup—that person becomes the namesake! My friend Will makes a version of these read more…