A while back, I had this great idea for a mouth watering, AIP Greek meatball recipe. Yessssssss, it was going to be soo good! But by the time I got home with groceries I realized I was actually quite tired & hungry; I no longer cared about gourmet, I wanted Now. Thus, this recipe was born. Continue reading “3 Ingredient Turkey Meatballs”
Hope Heal Cook recently celebrated three years (wahoo!) and I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting on my experience as a blogger.
When I first started HHC I’d thought I’d finally found my true calling, the one thing I was put here to do that would make use of all my gifts and give meaning to my lousier life experiences: I was gunna be a food and wellness blogger for the chronic illness and Lyme disease communities. Continue reading “What I’ve Learned from 3 Years as a Food & Wellness Blogger”
Rabbit is a mild flavored meat that’s not quite “white” but certainly isn’t gamey. By cooking the shredded meat in a rich, traditional-style teriyaki sauce, I’ve created a nightshade-free dish that’s almost reminiscent of BBQ pulled pork: tender, juicey, sweet & savory. Continue reading “Teriyaki Shredded Rabbit”
Now that summer squash season is over, what am I going to use my Spiralizer on? That’s the question that got me brainstorming up new Paleo-pasta options using seasonal vegetables. Sure, zucchini zoodles are classic, but there are other veggies you can use to make satisfying spaghetti substitutes. Continue reading “Daikon Pasta + Parsley Pistou”