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Texan/Cubanized Puerto Rican Pasteles

I’ve lived in Texas for the last 15 years and agreed to help a close friend make some traditional Mexican Tamales… It brought back some nostalgic memories of growing up in Orlando with my Aunt and her family and the amazing Puerto Rican pasteles we…

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Kick-butt Paleo Soup

  Sometimes we have lots of random leftovers, meat, vegetables, etc. that need to be eaten, but it’s a little of this, a little of that, and not a lot for a meal. We had lots of meats one Sunday (ground turkey from tacos, leftover…

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Texas Chili

I L-O-V-E Chili. Now that it’s warming up outside, chili frequently gets overlooked… but I think it’s a GREAT make-ahead dish that freezes easily and makes a quick meal right out of the freezer. I have to preface by saying I learned everything I know…

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Paleo “Pasta” Sauce with Zucchini Noodles

This recipe has become almost a weekly staple in my house.  Carol gave it to me and has graciously allowed me to share it! >>Thanks Carol!<< It makes a LOT of sauce, so I’m able to freeze quite a bit, and it heats up quickly…

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Super Simple Cuban Pulled Pork – Slow Cooker

This recipe is super simple and amazingly delicious.  It’s the closest thing to the lechon asado I had for new years in Miami growing up. Start with a good bone-in pork shoulder or butt with a nice layer of fat and stuff with with garlic. Sprinkle with…

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Basic Cauliflower “Rice”

This has become a real staple in my house!  I use modifications of this recipe for all kinds of “rice” dishes.  The key is to “rice” the cauliflower to a consistent size using a food processor. First, clean and cut the cauliflower into equal bite…

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Paleo Beef Korma

We had some random cuts of grassfed beef from a recent bulk purchase and were looking for something fun to make this weekend.  I love indian food; but I’m not a big fan of Indian restaurants because I’m always tempted to eat the rice and…

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Magical Healing Chicken Soup / Broth

This is my grandmother’s recipe with a few slight tweaks.   It’s magical because it seems to heal just about any ailment — it’s super good, and super easy! If you have extra broth, store it in a plastic container in the freezer for whenever…

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Easy Beef Broth

Quick and simple beef broth recipe… I like to keep this on hand along with my Easy Chicken Broth for all kinds of culinary awesomeness! Easy Beef Broth   Print Prep time 15 mins Cook time 4 hours Total time 4 hours 15 mins  …

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Creamed Coconut Curry Kale w/Sweet Potato

Another Sunday Funday came around and I had a real taste for Kale for some reason.  I came across an old recipe for curried greens and thought I’d shake things up a bit.  The original recipe called for brown sugar and potatoes — both of…

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