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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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  • Blackened Catfish Spring Salad

    By admin | In Nutrition | on March 20, 2013

    What better way to enjoy this amazing spring weather than to spend more time outdoors (instead of the kitchen!), and have a quick, light meal full of freshness and flavor! Ingredients: 1 lb catfish (about 3 fillets) 1-2 tsp olive oil Seasoning mix: 2-3 tsp garlic powder 1 1/2 tsp coarse salt (sea salt or Kosher […]

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  • Chocolate Mug Cake

    By admin | In Nutrition | on February 14, 2013

    Looking for a quick treat, without feeling like it’s too much of a cheat? The paleo mug cake, adapted from by-the-spoonfool.blogspot.com, is ideal! Ingredients: 3 tb sp almond flour 3 tb sp cocoa powder (2.5 tb sp if you don’t like it super dark!) 2 tb sp maple syrup (or honey) 1 egg 1-2 drops […]

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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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  • 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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  • Thanksgiving and a Twist

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition | on November 21, 2012

    Tomorrow is one of my favorite holidays! It is a time for good food, good company, and a chance to reflect on what we are grateful for. And don’t we have much to be grateful for? As I reflect, I am grateful for my family. And you CFWH, know some of them…Rob & Sandra Exline. […]

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  • Cardamom Coconut Sweet Potato

    By admin | In Nutrition | on November 15, 2012

    Alright boys and girls, we’re exactly one week away from Thanksgiving – still cannot believe it! Here’s an easy, quick recipe – a twist on the traditional sweet potato casserole. My mom helped me come up with this recipe which is based on an Indian dessert – Gajar Halwa – made with grated carrots, sweetened condensed […]

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  • Autumnal Goodness – Paleo Pumpkin Spice Lattes

    By ShelleyB | In Nutrition | on November 2, 2012

    Prior to Paleo, the excitement of Autumn meant Pumpkin Spice Lattes. I was an addict. When the first advertisments of this Autumnal nectar began to show up in coffee shops, I splurged just to be able have my tastebuds dance again. To my SHOCK…it wasn’t good. In fact, it upset my stomach. Why should I […]

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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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