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Italian Combo Salad

Growing up outside of New York City, “lunch” meant going to the deli and getting a sandwich on a kaiser roll, stuffed with cold cuts. My all-time favorite is the “Italian Combo,” consisting of salami, ham, provolone, lettuce and tomato on a big roll soaked with vinaigrette dressing. The Italian Combo also makes for a great salad! If you’re ditching the bread because...
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Dairy-Free Dal Makhani

Hello, World! It’s been a long time since I’ve blogged anything. Having a baby tends to do that. Having a baby also tends to make it hard to make proper meals, especially during the day when Husband is at work. As such, things that are quick to throw together or re-heat are essential. Lately, my cooking has focused on such things otherwise I’ll eat KIND bars all day and...
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BALT Salad

This isn’t a recipe so much as it is an assembly. The BLT is perhaps culinary perfection: salty-fatty-crispy bacon off-set with creamy mayo, heirloom tomatoes that are both sweet and acidic at once, paired with crunchy and slightly bitter greens. Molto buono! The only thing that can make it better? Avocado. Word. Add chicken if you want extra protein. Serves 1 Ingredients 4 slices of...
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Zoodle Piccata with Grilled Chicken

I love lemon. I love salt. I love butter. I love slurpy, delicious noodles. This zoodle piccata totally satisfies all of those desires. Ingredients: serves 2 2 medium (6-8″) summer squash and/or zucchini Olive oil and/or butter 5 oz pinot grigio juice of 1 lemon 1-2T capers 2 grilled chicken breasts Directions: 1. Heat a 12″ skillet over medium heat. Meanwhile, julienne the squash...
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Roasted sweet potatoes with spinach and eggs

One of my staples that I make each week is roasted spiced sweet potatoes (but that’s another post). I stash them in the fridge and can instantly whip up any number of meals. This is one of my go-to breakfasts. It’s pretty simple — roast up some cubed sweet potatoes. Put in a blop of cooked spinach (I buy the frozen stuff in a box and microwave it. I know, I know. And I...
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Cauliflower Fauxlafel

One of my favoritest things in the whole world is falafel. Crispy, toothie, fresh from the fryer falafel. Unfortunately the chickpeas and vegetable oil is a no-no, so what’s a paleo girl to do? Cauliflower Fauxlafel! This was adapted from the recipe on I Breathe, I’m Hungry since I was missing some of the ingredients. Ingredients: Serves 2 Fauxlafel: 1 1/2 C riced cauliflower 2 T...
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