If you’re a pasta lover like me, transitioning to a low-carb or ketogenic diet can feel like you’re being forced to give up your favorite foods. While I stand firmly in my position that I CAN eat whatever I want, but I CHOOSE to eat foods that are better for my body, it doesn’t meanContinue reading “It’s Pasta Time!”
Trying to explain how Keto gave me my life back is almost like trying to describe a spiritual conversion.
So for all the recipes I try and food that I make at home, you would think that I’d done a brisket before. Nope. Not a single brisket had ever graced my freezer, refrigerator or oven…until today. Now all I can think about it how do I get me another one. I emailed my farmerContinue reading “Brisket Insanity”
Pork belly. Also known as pork side or middlen. The most treasured part of any hog purchase because it is used to MAKE BACON. But every now and then you have to try something new. At a recent visit to Restaurant Eugene in Atlanta I had the fried pork belly appetizer with sorghum glaze. UH.MAZE.ING. IContinue reading “Pork Belly Euphoria”
I recently got in on a bulk wild salmon purchase from Lummi Island which included some ground salmon. (You even got a free hat with purchase. Gotta love the freebies.) On nights that I have classes at the gym I need something quick AND I’m a sucker for anything fried in butter, so tonight I tried my handContinue reading “KKF Fast Food: Salmon Patties with Lemon-Thyme Cream”
In my opinion, grilling comes down to a) quality meats and b) proper technique. Although I still consider myself a real beginner at grilling, I am noticing that when I do the least I’m getting the best results. For example, the burgers I grilled today. Ground beef and a homemade rub. That’s it. Granted, theContinue reading “Independence Day Egg Bash Part II”
Grilling out is a sign of independence. Humans. Fire. Meat. Electricity optional. Maybe that’s why it’s so popular to have a cookout on the 4th of July. Maybe it’s because this style of cooking was very popular during the early years of the USA, as it’s easy to feed a large crowd. Whatever the reason,Continue reading “Independence Day Egg Bash”
Just in time for your holiday weekend (if you’re in the US) a quick and delicious salad to accompany your burgers, steaks, etc. This is a great way to use leftover roast chicken and/or another use for that package of bacon you’re opening for bacon cheeseburgers this weekend. If your spouse permits, adding shallots, onions,Continue reading “Memorial Day Chicken Bacon Salad”