• Cranberry Orange Turkey Thighs Recipe

    Cranberry Orange Turkey Thighs are succulent and flavorful when seared and roasted with aromatics. I love this recipe for a couple reasons: 1) It cooks up in just one pan…my trusty large Lodge cast iron skillet to be exact. That means less clean-up. Because cast iron is so versatile, I can read more…

    The Easiest Way to Cut Orange Segments

    The fancy schmancy term for the orange segments is “supremes” (pronounced su-prehms). You can call them segments…I won’t tell anyone. Works with any citrus fruit. Wash the fruit. Cut the top and bottom off. With a sharp knife, cut the rind off in sections by moving from top to bottom all read more…

    Citrus Avocado Salad with Chicken

    The inspiration from this recipe came from a hip, local eatery here in San Diego called Craft & Commerce. Their version of this salad comes with fried goat cheese – and would put me on the express train to Stomachacheville – but the rest is absolutely divine. I served mine read more…

    Paleo Peach Mango Ginger Chutney

    When I made my Coconut Wild Boar Burgers, I was searching for the perfect accompaniment. Peaches were calling to me because they’re in season and juicy and pair really well with pork, so I created this Paleo peach chutney to put on top almost like a relish. Chutney, traditional to read more…

    Easy Breakfast Salad

    I’ve taken a liking to making what I call breakfast salad. It’s usually a mash up of different mildly flavored veggies or leftover fruit that’s in my fridge, and the exact ingredients are always different. Sneaking in more veggies is something I’m always trying to do, and this cold salad read more…

    Simple Shrimp Ceviche

    Can I interest you in a meal that cooks itself? Yes? I thought so! It’s not too good to be true, it’s just ceviche – a dish of seafood that’s “cooked” using citrus juices and served up with ingredients like tomato, jalapeño and avocado. YUM. Last year, I posted a read more…