This rustic pasta dish has a fresh “French country” taste.
Cincinnati chili is often enhanced by sweet spices like cinnamon and cloves or even added chocolate. This recipe makes a chunkier, con carne style that can be eaten alone as well as in the Cincinnati style over noodles.
This is another classic Italian pasta sauce that is fast and easy to make, yet still full of big flavors.
This traditional Thai recipe is usually made with rice noodles, but since broccoli is often added to the dish, using broccoli “noodles” works as a great substitute without changing the underlying flavors.
This meal is an “almost-homemade” entrée you can throw together in minutes.
This Italian favourite is cheesy, in a good way, so good in fact that you might find yourself eating like a gluten-free glutton.
This is a variation of one of the simplest and most decadent pasta dishes ever invented. The pumpkin pairs exceptionally well with the smoky bacon, but you can use any veggie pasta you like.
The pesto here is made without Parmesan (a Paleo no-no) but with the addition of almonds for a second helping of nutty nutrition.
This quick-fix dinner offers everyone’s favorite variation on Mac ‘n Cheese with an extra veggie boost.
This hearty side dish has its roots in pioneer days when cabbages were the only fresh vegetable available and dried apples the only fruit. This savory sauté would be right at home on a Thanksgiving table. Note: Never pour bacon fat down the sink. It clogs your (and your community’s) […]
One of my favorites when I’m craving pizza! This combination of pizza fixins’ and veggie “pasta” lightens the glycemic load of everybody’s favourite “junk food” fix. If calories aren’t a consideration, top with some shredded mozzarella and microwave for 30 seconds to get the full-on pizza “experience.”
This blend of flavors is Mediterranean to the max and a satisfying mixture of creamy and crunchy textures.