Sauteed Kale with Red Pepper Flakes and Mustard Seeds

Kale. So I am not going to lie, but I have never been a fan of kale. I do like the milder flavor of lacinto kale, but regular kale is just always too tough and bitter for my pallet. So the last time I used a super market delivery service, they must have been out … Continue reading Sauteed Kale with Red Pepper Flakes and Mustard Seeds

Mixed Berry Curd

I recently was introduced to curd at Thanksgiving when I was looking for something different to make for the holiday, and made a baked cranberry curd tart. I have been curious about curd because I have always seen lemon curd in the market, and it is used in various desserts. Well, while I was exploring, … Continue reading Mixed Berry Curd

Langostino Ceviche

I love the wonderful refreshing flavors of ceviche. While ceviche or cebiche is made in various nations in Central & South America, in Peru it is celebrated as a part of its national heritage, and even has a holiday declared in its honor. Ceviche is traditionally is made with chunks of raw fish that is … Continue reading Langostino Ceviche

Spanakopita Chicken Soup

Spanakopita Chicken Soup is perfect for a winter meal. It is based in my homemade bone broth, and is made with the ingredients of spanakopita filling. It is herby and delicious! This is of course keto, low carb, paleo, candida friendly, and gluten free. Flavorful and easy to make. The spanakopita filling is the exact … Continue reading Spanakopita Chicken Soup

Loumoumades – Greek Baby Donuts (Keto)

I have the fondest memories of my yiayia Anneta, whose kitchen I grew up in, whipping up a batch of traditional Greek loukoumades literally out of magical thin air! How they would suddenly appear when we had unexpected guests, I will never know! But they were always wonderful and always perfect! Loukoumades are fried balls … Continue reading Loumoumades – Greek Baby Donuts (Keto)