Have you ever wondered how to make a very tender and delicious beef stir fry? It is easy to mess up a beef stir fry recipe and end with meat that is tough and chewy. How tender the meat turns out depends upon the cut of meat you use as well as the way it is cooked. Plus, if you’re using grass-fed beef, it cooks faster than regular beef and needs to be removed earlier.
These cut-out cookies are awesome, you wouldn’t know that they are egg, nut and grain-free! We have been enjoying baking with gelatin so much lately – yay! It really holds the baked goods together so nicely, making them crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside.
My friend recently went to Italy and told me all she wanted to do was walk to see all the beautiful scenery, and eat the wonderful food – especially the gelalto. She loved it so much she got a cookbook for making gelato and when I was at her house, I was pretty much drooling over the recipes. I also noticed something in the book called granitas, which are yummy little Italian ices.
Being on a limited diet is one thing. But traveling on a limited diet? I have personally avoided getting on a plane and traveling long distances because it is difficult to do so on such a limited diet. It’s not impossible, but the autoimmune protocol is one of the more limited diets which makes traveling very difficult.
By now you have probably heard about turmeric or curcumin and it’s amazing anti-inflammatory properties. I had read about it and started encapsulating dried turmeric to help with my headaches last fall. But it wasn’t until I started working with my doctor (who is wonderful) that I realized that the regular culinary form of turmeric wasn’t going to cut it when it came to really helping me with my inflammation. Or, I was going to have to take a LOT of it to notice a difference.
I’ve been making these cod cakes for my client and she has been loving them. If you are someone who doesn’t like salmon very much and prefers white fish, you will probably love them. Plus they are nut-free which is an extra added benefit for those of you who can’t have nuts. I hope you enjoy them!
Happy Spring and for those who celebrate, Happy Easter! Spring is my favorite time of year and I think probably everybody’s favorite this year after the harsh winter we had. I’m grateful for the warm days we’ve had and the blossoming trees.
Happy Valentine’s Day! When I was a kid, my mom made Valentine’s heart cakes with a heart cake mold and then brought them to school for Valentine’s Day. These were the days before we knew about my food allergies. The cakes were super moist, yummy and frosted with pink frosting with a red heart in the middle. Yum!
I have had a craving for Orange Cranberry Muffins ever since I saw this yummy looking recipe at Comfy Belly. However, I’ve been avoiding almond flour (as best I can) and wanted to do a full coconut flour version. The only other Paleo or GAPS style recipe I could find that could be nut-free was Elana’s Cranberry Walnut bread. So I used the two recipes and came up with a delicious recipe, luckily on the first try. We really enjoyed them and I hope you do too! They would be an awesome addition to Christmas breakfast. Enjoy and Happy Holidays!