Monthly Archives: September 2012
When I was a little kid, we were poor country people. We didn’t have a lot, but we had a little land where we could grow fruit, veggies, and livestock. We’d get a calf, and name him Hamburger. Bottle feed him until he was big enough to graze. And send him off to the butcher […]
Ah. Liver. This is my second post of Labor Day, but I didn’t want to taint the earlier happy food post with my “meh” liver experiment. After reading all the Ancestral Health Symposium tweets and posts earlier this year, enthusiastically pushing the benefits of eating organ meats, I decided to pick up a package of […]
Happy Labor Day! My day off has me feeling very domestic, so I cooked all day. I made fajita chicken for my husband’s lunches this week. I made coconut-breaded chicken nuggets for my lunches (chicken breast cut into nugget shapes, dredged in fine-shredded coconut, sprayed with a little olive oil, and baked/broiled on a cookie […]
Omega 3 eggs, tomato, guacamole.