Let’s chat about Spiced Peppermint Hot Cacao today. Hot Cocoa? No. Hot Cacao.
You will heal. I will help.
While this recipe is not heavy or hearty, it is a gradual fall to that place. It is my Strawberry and Thyme Slow Cooked Spaghetti Squash.
I believe that homemade flavor is the secret to wonderful, healing food. Salad dressings are always a part of this, and I know you’re going to love my Homemade Blueberry Vinaigrette recipe.
Today we’re keeping it simple, clean and fresh.
I made this dish the night I also made sauteed swiss chard & kale with fig.
There are minimal ingredients, which is something I’m trying to do more and more of these days.
I enjoy simple, beautiful things that serve the purpose of feeding, satisfying and healing.
I’ve learned over the past several years that these multi-purpose objectives can be easily achieved.
The only thing required is that you are committed to achieving your very best, and refuse to accept anything less.
Time to dig in.
I have created a summer salad to go along with the Homemade Blueberry Vinaigrette.
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I have a Burgers with Raw Cheese and Fresh Herbs recipe for you today.
But first…our baby is 5 today. The following words have nothing to do with her, but I know this face will put a smile on your own….
I promised somefollow-upp action from yesterday’s Raw Dairy: information and thoughts.
Upon leaving Organic Pastures, I bought several things to take home with me.
That night, I made burgers on the grill. Actually, I put them together and Ryan grilled. I don’t grill – just so we’re clear 🙂
I was craving the Organic Pastures beef with their pure raw cheese.
How could you not?
Making a quality burger is not hard.
It will not complicate your summer eating habits.
If you do it right, you will need minimal ingredients, with minimal prep.
Worried about not getting your greens? Simple. Chop up your burger and add it to a ginormous salad. I do this nearly nightly.
You have to act upon your wishes and wills to see them to fruition.
This post is linked to Sunday School at Butter Believer!
When my mom was here visiting for my 30th birthday, she could not believe I paid $13.50 for a whole, organic chicken.
“But you have no idea all the things I get from this one chicken,” I told her.
“Maybe not,” she said.
I set out to prove it to her…..and now also to you.
It’s Super Bowl time, and I have the perfect Baked Super Bowl Chicken Drummies snack (or dinner) for you.
These are ridiculously easy to make, and I’ve prepared 4 different “flavors” for you to choose from.
Start out with simple chicken legs.
Take the skin off.
Brush the legs with olive oil.
Mix up the flavor or flavors you want to try.
Place them on your pan.
Soak up the awesome smells they bring your house, but just for a minute…..you’ll be ready to eat them immediately!
p.s. I won’t lie, the “tea” ones were probably my favorite, and probably because they were so unique. Ryan’s favorites were the Basil Garlic legs. I didn’t try the Spicy ones, but Ryan wanted me to make note for y’all that they are super good, but very spicy….enter at your own risk.
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