It has been so cold in Reno lately, I keep turning the heat up in our house. I think we started winter at 68 degrees and right now both upstairs and downstairs are at 72 degrees. The problem is that it’s STILL cold in the house! Also, isn’t 72 the recommended temperature where most people are happiest? I am not sure I am happy when I’m cold all the time inside my house. Anyone else with me?
I LOVE tomato meat sauce. It is nearly impossible to find a tomato sauce that does not have added sugar, on Pinterest or in the grocery store so I resorted to creating my own! This version of my favorite comfort food is gluten free, Whole30 compliant and paleo! I typically serve this meat sauce over roasted spaghetti squash. A few other delectable pairings are: Zoodles (zucchini noodles) Sweet potato noodles Quinoa pasta Cooked veggies (I put leftover sauce on top cooked veggies – cauliflower and asparagus – so good!) Pasta
Thanks to Moscow Muled for providing me with these amazing Moscow Mule Mugs and helping make this post possible! If you’re in search of the perfect holiday drink, please, look no further. This Pomegranate Moscow Mule is festive and SUPER EASY to make! I am obsessed with these moscow mule mugs . During recipe development, I realized there are two keys to the perfect moscow mule: Authentic Moscow Mule Mugs, duh Type of Ginger Beer Let me start with the mugs – these mugs are cute (who doesn’t love copper) & authentic! They hold temperatures extremely well. Like, really well. I made […]
Enter the potato fritter… it’s the perfect base or bottom and top for a sandwich. It can basically replace bread.
I had some chicken drumsticks in the freezer from a few Butcherbox shipments ago and decided it was time for them to go so I can have more room in my freezer. I unthawed and decided to cook in the Crockpot. I wanted to come up with a recipe that does not include BBQ sauce. Mission accomplished!! These chicken drumsticks are Whole30, Paleo, and delicious. My ONLY issue with these drumsticks is that they don’t get dark brown and that’s because the crockpot cooks so slowly. If cooked on the grill, the skin would get dark and burnt. But don’t […]