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Posts tagged as condiments

Caesar Salad Dressing Two Ways (Paleo, AIP, Whole30)

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Aug 28, 2021 at 12:59pm

I’m wrapping up a whole summer spent in Montana and reflecting on how incredibly lucky I have been to be here with my family, doing what makes me the happiest: cooking for people that I love. It’s been a dream. (Or as my dad would say, It’s been a slice of heaven.) We entertain a lot…

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Condiments are Life!

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Aug 14, 2021 at 2:27pm

Did you already grab my 3 FREE Kickass Condiments recipes? If you not, you should. Click here and you can have 3 free recipes in about 1 minute. I love giving those condiments away – and 15 quick meal ideas to MAKE RIGHT THIS VERY DAY with the condiments – because it gives people a peek…

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Slow-Cooked Halibut with Warm & Cold Salad (Paleo, AIP/Whole30-Adaptable) and Ostfriesland

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Aug 6, 2019 at 5:28pm

I mention my Grandma and Grandpa Meyer quite a lot here on the blog. My memories of both are utterly tied up in my love of food and cooking, as well as for big family gatherings. Their home in Clara City, Minnesota, was a fun, delicious, and steady anchor in a sometimes tumultuous childhood, and…

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Pork, Apple & Chard Meatballs (Paleo/AIP/Whole30)

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jun 20, 2019 at 3:34pm

So many meatballs, so little time. That could be the tagline for this blog. 😂 The reason I sing their praises often: meatballs are awesome. Straight off the pan, submerged in sauce or gravy, nestled into noodles (even the grain-free types), swiped through a snappy condiment, anchoring a bowl of soup, or rolled up in…

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Easy Slow-Baked Ribs to Finish on the Grill (Paleo, AIP)

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jun 13, 2019 at 3:45pm

Photo by Cory Shubert I’m not going to lie: that’s one of my very favorite photos of myself, baha. Not many things I love more than cooking a pile o’meat, for friends, with a tan, in a sundress. The rib recipe pictured above is my old faithful standby. It’s technically not paleo and it’s not one…

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Crispity Chicken Thighs with Spicy Cilantro-Mint Pesto (Paleo/AIP/Whole30)

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on May 30, 2019 at 2:41pm

This recipe is your new go-to chicken – with a bombtastic sauce – but this post is really about the plate. A couple of weeks ago, I visited my aunt Mary and uncle Bruce at their home on Green Lake, in Spicer, Minnesota. My dad and stepmom Susanna were there too, and the five of…

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Chile-Tomato "Harissa"

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Mar 6, 2013 at 3:01pm

Is there anything more fun than conjuring something delicious from nothing but your imagination and leftovers? Don’t answer that, but instead consider the primal satisfaction that comes from being both resourceful and frugal. I may have read a few too many Laura Ingalls Wilder stories as a young girl, but preparing meals from a perfect…

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Rhubarb Mostarda, Little Foot Farm: Outstanding in the Field 2012 Prep, Part I

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Jun 12, 2012 at 10:03am

Let’s call it summer and make plans to eat outside, preferably as often as possible. Dinner al fresco pretty much anywhere feels special, but dinner on a farm is particularly divine for us city dwellers, away from cubicles and concrete, with time to learn about, discuss, and savor food prepared at its source. In fact,…

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Pickled Carrots (To Eat on Everything)

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on May 31, 2011 at 9:15am

Food obsessions. I have them. You might know this since I tend to write about them. The latest is all things pickled, particularly non-cucumber things like beets, cauliflower, and my current holy grail: Carrots. What is it about pickled carrots? It started when I wrote about Corner Table’s CSK box, which included a jar of…

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