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

Spicy Hot Dog & Halloumi Soup

Spicy Hot Dog & Halloumi Soup! Completely keto too!! I am a bit shocked at how good this soup was. And honestly, it goes to show that with a little imagination you can pretty much create anything you want! My husband wanted some soup one night after we came back from a visit to the … Continue reading Spicy Hot Dog & Halloumi Soup

Portobello Mushroom Galette with Purslane & Truffle Goat Cheese

I made the loveliest of savory galettes last night as a side dish for dinner using my almond flour pastry dough. I used portobello mushrooms, lovely purslane, shallots & garlic, truffle goat cheese & pine nuts. I mean who says that keto has to be boring! I felt like I was having a gourmet meal. … Continue reading Portobello Mushroom Galette with Purslane & Truffle Goat Cheese

Rose Apple Rosemary Pie with an Almond Pie Crust

It is Autumn, the weather is cooler and apples are in season. And who doesn't love an apple pie? If you are watching your carbs, you might want to consider this a special occasion treat, as each honey crisp apple that I used is 21 net carbs. However, if you are focused more on paleo, … Continue reading Rose Apple Rosemary Pie with an Almond Pie Crust

Greek Village Salad – Horiatiki Salata

In the United States there is this misconception of what a traditional Greek salad is. In Greece, and in our homes, when making a Greek salad, we don't like to mix our tomatoes with our lettuce. I actually feel as if the tomato is dirtying up my lettuce or the other way around. So the … Continue reading Greek Village Salad – Horiatiki Salata

Tzatziki – Greek Yogurt Cucumber Dip

Tzatziki is by far the most beloved of all Greek dips and spreads! I know that it is mine. We will eat it with gyro and souvlaki, dip our french fries and pita bread in it, and even vegatables. It is super versatile and very healthy for you. As we know, Greek yogurt is quite … Continue reading Tzatziki – Greek Yogurt Cucumber Dip

Baked Zucchini Blossoms stuffed with Manouri & Mizithra Cheeses

One of my favorite things of summer are the exquisite zucchini blossoms! I have eaten them batter dipped and fried as well as stuffed and baked. For this recipe I chose to stuff them with creamy, sweet manouri and salty mizithra cheeses. Baked zucchini blossoms stuffed with manouri and mizithra cheeses. Manouri is a soft, … Continue reading Baked Zucchini Blossoms stuffed with Manouri & Mizithra Cheeses