1-2-3-Cook: Ridiculously Decadent Truffles

Hello! Today is my birthday and that absolutely falls into the category of a special occasion. In my opinion, if there’s going to be a special occasion splurge, it should undoubtedly involve chocolate. This is one of my favorite creations; six ingredients, a handle of simple steps so easy that the whole family can be […]

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Chilled Berry Soup, Anyone? It’s in The Paleo Kitchen!

Writing for online publications such as the blog on the Vitacost has been a great way to reach folks who may not have connected with me otherwise. After all, the Paleo niche can be limiting to say the least. Rather than focus only on those who truly understand what an authentic approach to ancestral eating is, […]

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1-2-3 Cook: Deliciously Simple Roast Chicken

Who doesn’t love a good roast chicken? As popular as this dish is, however, many of the often used techniques are either too complicated, don’t result in a chicken with crispy skin yet succulent meat, or both. I’ve found through trial and error that a few simple tweaks can be make a world of difference […]

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Cook It Up on Friday!

You may have been reading about my 1-2-3 Cook Method I’ve been using with my 21-Day Reboot Clients, as well as simply for entertaining. Recipes with less than three ingredients and often, less than three steps. Well, now it’s time to turn it into something! Friday’s blog posts will now be dedicated to an easy […]

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1-2-3 Cook: Seared Wild Ahi Salad

Yes, you read that correctly- wild ahi, here in LA. I didn’t know you could find it here, either. Yet one more lesson learned simply by visiting our beautiful Santa Monica Farmer’s Market. Wild Local Seafood is just one of many local vendors that I now make frequent purchases from. Their fish are sustainable and delicious […]

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A Most Refreshing Water

What do you do when your garden produces too much produce?   You get creative! In my case today, the case in point would be cucumbers.   Unlike stocking up in bulk like you might do for proteins purchased at the farmer’s market which can be frozen, or buying large quantities of dried herbs and […]

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