Primal/paleo cherry clafoutis

Life is a cherry clafoutis

“Life is just a bowl of cherries, don’t take it serious; it’s too mysterious” Lew Brown Cherries just make me happy. I bought a bunch of cherries at the first farmer’s market of the season and when I started munching on them, the old song, “Life’s is just a bowl of cherries” came dancing into… 

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Shaved spring root salad to brighten the day

The turnip immersion program

The turnip is one of the veggies that I could never remember what it looked like. I knew it was white and that was about it. Then the Revolution Gardens (a local organic farmer) box of veggies that I get weekly made sure that I learned all about turnips because I always had them. After… 

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Thomas Keller’s famous simple roast chicken

Chickens rule the roost and they don’t even know it

“The chicken has, quietly but inexorably, become essential.” Donna J. Haraway The egg comes before the chicken. At least that is how it is in my world. Lately I wrote about the incredible edible egg and now we are going to focus on the humble chicken. Now this uncelebrated bird has some surprising facts to… 

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Rich compost made fro our food scrapes

Food waste….a dirty subject…..

I think everyone has a memory of one of their relatives glaring at them and telling them to clean their plate. My grandpa on my mom’s side was the card carrying member of the clean plate society in our family. He would eye your plate with his somewhat milky eyes and look at you in… 

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Paleo Strawberry  souffle omelet

Spring time is egg time!!

By now, I think I have made my great love of eggs evident and spring time is egg time. I didn’t know this till I owned chickens. Eggs are always available year round in the store so it is a common misunderstanding that chickens produce eggs all year round. Not true. You see, chickens are… 

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