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Low Carb Korean Beef Bowls

Low Carb Korean Beef Bowls

I’m a sucker for Asian food, especially Korean BBQ. I grew up in an area with a large Korean population and had a number of Korean friends over the years, so I have plenty of fond memories surrounding this cuisine. It’s been ages since I’ve … continue reading

Blackberry Honey Cheesecake (Low Carb)

Blackberry Honey Cheesecake (low carb)

Foraging is one of my favorite past times. You can pretty much guarantee that if I’m outside, I have my eyes on the plants around me and (on a good day) will find something to nibble on. If you’ve been following my blog for a … continue reading

Twice Baked Spaghetti Squash

Twice Baked Spaghetti Squash

I’ll be honest. The first time I had spaghetti squash, I was a little underwhelmed. The texture is obviously not pasta, so I wasn’t expecting some kind of culinary miracle, but the squash “noodles” didn’t really absorb the flavor of the sauce. It just sat … continue reading

Low Carb Cabbage Enchiladas

Low Carb Cabbage Enchiladas

It’s fair to say most people who grew up in Southern California, like myself, have a thing for good Mexican food. Fresh tortillas, homemade salsas, local avocados… Yum! But once I realized that I feel my best eating lower-carb, I decided to re-imagine some of … continue reading

Grass-fed Beef Shepherd’s Pie

Grass Fed Beef Shepherd's Pie

Often a hodge podge of pasta and canned soup, casseroles are admittedly not my first pick at a potluck. There’s something about the whole “refined carbs meets additive-laden soup” that doesn’t exactly make me wanna dig in. But, good casseroles are out there—both in terms … continue reading

Balsamic Carrot Slaw

Balsamic Carrot Slaw

Winter can make eating in-season produce a challenge. When I lived in a remote area of Alaska and everything “fresh” was shipped in (and I use the word fresh lightly here), I had to get creative to keep my vegetable intake up around this time … continue reading

Garlicky Roasted Romanesco

I have a thing for weird vegetables. Not just the bent carrots or funny-shaped squash, but the lesser-known varieties that you often can’t find at the regular grocery store. Part of the reason shopping at the farmers’ market is so fun is that you get … continue reading