My New Favorite Breakfast: The Prosciutto Egg

Megan Main Dishes, Whole Food Recipes 7 Comments

You’ve heard of a One-Eyed Sailor?  The ubiquitous Bacon & Eggs?  Eggs Benedict? Trifles. May I introduce you to my new favorite? THE PROSCIUTTO EGG She wins the starring role in your broad-based breakfast bowl due to her many appropriate attributes: Prosciutto can easily be sourced with only two ingredients: pork & salt.  It requires no sugar or nitrates for …

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CILANTRO CHICKEN SALAD GONE AUTUMNAL- 4 recipes in 1 (GAPS-Friendly)

Megan Main Dishes, Whole Food Recipes 7 Comments

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU STILL HAVE ROSY RED TOMATOES GROWING IN OCTOBER? We still have tomatoes, red and happy from our community greenhouse.  But they are not as luscious as they were in the height of our hot summer.  Using “pretty good” heirloom tomatoes in cooking is more fitting this time of year than highlighting them on a plate, …

Mamas Are Supposed to Have Secrets

Megan Main Dishes, Traditional Healing Foods, Whole Food Recipes 7 Comments

It’s not just what’s in holiday stockings that mamas keep a secret. Some secrets are better than holiday gifts and can, if helpful, remain a secret. Shhh…. This post is about….organ meats!  Ha, HA!  Perhaps there is a child in you, too, who is wiggling? Here is the painless truth: organ meats are so good for you that they are not to be …

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Megan Hors d'oeuvres, Condiments & Sides, Main Dishes, Whole Food Recipes 3 Comments

  Our family categorizes most good meals as, “feasts.”  Especially when there are abundant options and variety on the table, when family-style bowls abound, each with their own magical treat inside. Back in the day when we ate legumes[1], my homemade hummus was the foundation for regular feasts.  It provided a wonderful jumping off place for homemade bread, sauerkraut, fresh …