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This easy stir-fry packs a punch of umami flavor, thanks to fish sauce, lime juice, and fragrant basil. Traditional Thai cuisine is built on the interplay of the five fundamental tastes: sour, sweet, salty, bitter, and spicy. Although the ingredients and technique here are pretty straight forward, the […] Continue Reading ->
Let’s travel back in time to winter, 2016. My husband David and I were living in White River Junction, Vermont; he was studying for his master’s degree in cartooning. There was a lot of drawing going on, but we were also working on Well Fed Weeknights and dreaming […] Continue Reading ->
In each issue of Paleo Magazine, I team up with Steph Gaudreau to share the history of a traditional recipe and adapt it to fit into a healthier paleo lifestyle. (I write the words; she makes the gorgeous photos.) Just in time for the holidays, here’s the sweet and buttery history of […] Continue Reading ->
At the end of every month, I take a look back at my reading journal and share the books and my thoughts on them here. The comments below are excerpts from my full reviews on Goodreads; you can always keep up with my reading in real-time over there. The […] Continue Reading ->
In each issue of Paleo Magazine, I team up with Steph Gaudreau to share the history of a traditional recipe and adapt it to fit into a healthier paleo lifestyle. (I write the words; she makes the gorgeous photos.) This time, we went on a culinary tour of my adopted home in Prague, […] Continue Reading ->
Now is a great time to stock up on our best-selling cookbooks. Each cookbook is just $15.95, plus FREE SHIPPING. These cookbooks are great holiday gifts for your favorite people—and for you, too! The Well Fed trilogyWhen you combine Well Fed Weeknights, Well Fed, and Well Fed […] Continue Reading ->
I think it’s important for you to know something: Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. And although I love the exotic flavors (and taste bud travel) of international cuisine, I like my Thanksgiving dishes to be pretty straight-forward. We enjoy some long-standing traditions in my family (as a Taurus, […] Continue Reading ->
I think it’s important for you to know something: Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. And although I love the exotic flavors (and taste bud travel) of international cuisine, I like my Thanksgiving dishes to be pretty straight-forward. We enjoy some long-standing traditions in my family (as a Taurus, […] Continue Reading ->
I’m all for mincing herbs and mincing garlic, but let’s not mince words. Satay Sauce is one of the best things on a Thai menu. I’ve made authentic chicken satay from scratch before, with fresh lemongrass and a long-ish marinating step. It was fantastic, but it was an […] Continue Reading ->

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