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  • Roasted Lemon & Oregano Chicken

    By admin | In Nutrition | on April 21, 2013

    Hey everyone, here’s another one “pot” meal! This recipe was a product of using up things in my refrigerator (and flourishing herb planter!) – but lately, I’ve been trying to keep things light, citrus-y/herb-y and fresh to take full advantage of the spring, even though it seems like the Houston weather is a little confused. […]

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  • This is a favorite recipe  – easy to make ahead in preparation for the week or a party!  Coming from a family that isn’t a big fan of pork, this dish was an easy sell! This is a common recipe for pork carnitas, and I found Kitchen Escapades to be a great reference! Ingredients: 3-4 […]

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  • Shrimp Egg Drop Soup

    By admin | In Nutrition | on February 6, 2013

    This soup is ideal for one of those rushed weekday meals. It’s light, yet wholesome, can utilize pretty much any vegetables / protein you have on hand, takes only 20 minutes to make, and reheats well! Ingredients: 6 cups Chicken broth (I used Central Market Organics Free Range broth, but homemade is ideal) 2 cups […]

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  • Lamb Curry (Rogan Josh)

    By admin | In Nutrition | on February 1, 2013

    This week I picked up some boneless leg of lamb from Costco, which I usually just roast with garlic and rosemary in the oven. Recently, however, I’ve been curious to experiment with some spices especially given their many anti-inflammatory properties  (something I took for granted having been raised on typical Indian cooking!). Also, it gave […]

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  • Salmon cakes with Tartar sauce

    By admin | In Nutrition | on January 11, 2013

    Are you on a sugar detox /clean eating plan / Whole 30 after the holidays? Yup, I know it gets a little intimidating – avoiding the convenience of eating out while increasing the time and dollar investment in your meal preparations takes some dedication! But it’s worth it, right? All those before/afters and case studies are […]

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  • Chuy’s (No) Tortilla Soup!

    By admin | In Nutrition | on December 7, 2012

    Chuy’s is one of the first places I went to after moving to Houston and loved it! I think it provides the perfect Houston lifestyle experience – a place that’s flip-flop-friendly, casual outdoor seating (even when it rains!), great customer service, lots of meat… and the best chicken tortilla soup! I think I frequent this […]

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  • Slow Roasted Pork Belly

    By admin | In Nutrition | on November 24, 2012

    If you love, bacon, you’re going to love some slow roasted pork belly! With the holiday season upon us (and overabundance of sweets) it’s the perfect  time to try this decadent and savory appetizer. Pork belly is what bacon is made from. It is commonly used in East Asian cuisines – slow cooked as a […]

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  • Butternut Squash Shepherd’s Pie

    By admin | In Nutrition | on October 12, 2012

    I had never been too excited by the idea of traditional white potato topped Shepherd’s pie. But I think it’s the color of butternut squash/pumpkin topping that tempted me to give this a try. Also,  since it’s one of those  use-up-leftovers and a one-dish meal recipe, it’s ideal, especially post workout! Ingredients: 2lb ground beef […]

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  • Beef liver with Apples, Onions and Bacon

    By admin | In Nutrition | on October 1, 2012

    This post is long overdue – one cannot emphasize enough the importance of consuming organ meats, especially liver. This “nature’s multivitamin”  or “most nutrient-dense food on the planet” has been regarded as one of the prized components in all traditional cultures, along with other organs, namely kidneys and brains. Why is liver such a super […]

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  • Whole Life Challengers: 5 Game day ideas!

    By admin | In Nutrition | on September 24, 2012

    Who said football season couldn’t be paleo friendly? Here are 5 finger food ideas! 1) Sausage (or meatballs) on toothpicks: (I like using Applegate Farm or Kielbasa beef sausages. Just grill, slice and assemble! If they’re pre-cooked, then slicing and pan frying gives them a perfect, slight crisp) TX BBQ style –  Jalapeno sausages – […]

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  • Lamb Osso Bucco

    By admin | In Nutrition | on September 11, 2012

    No longer in the 100s – this must be fall! Here’s a hearty, braised lamb shank recipe to get the season started! Osso Bucco is an Italian recipe that uses veal shanks braised in wine and broth. However, the veal  can be easily substituted by lamb shanks, or even to slow cook beef brisket. Ingredients: […]

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