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Dairy-Free Spinach & Mushroom Quiche

  Here’s a super easy recipe for a dairy-free quiche that is perfect for a holiday brunch. In fact, I was planning to take it to a pot-luck brunch this past Sunday but my teething 8-month-old kept me up all night and we didn’t make it to the brunch. The upside was that meant more […]

Pasture-Raised Chicken Liver Hash

  When I first started talking about eating chicken liver to increase my iron consumption, some of you asked for recipe ideas.  I had usually just cooked it in butter with onions.  (Which is great by the way.) Though this week the NY Times dining section ran a full feature on “hash” from upscale cooks & […]

I Eat My Eggs Sunny-Side Up

  With all the hype going on lately regarding the salmonella egg outbreak, people all over the country are scared to death of eggs, much less a little runny egg-yolk.  But not me.  I confidently eat my eggs as runny as can be.  Why, you ask?  Because I know exactly where my eggs came from […]

My Nutritional Census and The Art Of Soaking (Grains, Nuts, & Legumes)

2010 is the year of the census, or so we’ve been hearing a lot lately.  It’s also my fifth year into this gluten-free, dairy-free, mostly sugar-free lifestyle, and time for me to take a nutritional count.  Am I getting enough of the nutrients I need?  What am I missing?  When you cut out whole food […]

Pancetta & Pastured-Egg Frittata With Peppers & Cilantro

  Change is in the air.  On a whim we decided to move out of our 600-square-foot 1 bedroom apartment and within a week we were lucky enough to find a 900-square-foot flat with a dining room and huge kitchen.  So, this week we are moving.  I’m so excited!  But that means a lot of […]

The Good Egg: Pasture-Raised Eggs & Sweet Potato Hash Browns

  If you’ve never tried a truly pasture-raised egg, you have never had a real egg.  If you’re not sure if you’ve had one, you probably haven’t.  You’d know it if you saw it.  That bright orange yolk and the colorful shell that’s difficult to crack are unmistakable.  Once you’ve tried one, you’ll never go […]