A meat thermometer is a great friend to pork loins and chops. Overcook these cuts and you'll be very unhappy with yourself. Following this extremely Simple Roasted Pork Loin Recipe, using a meat thermometer, will give you a perfectly browned, juice, roast. You're friends and family will wonder how you got the pork loin so perfect!
I don't like waste. As I've sought to eat only locally sourced humanely raised animal products, I've made sure not to let anything go to waste. Some cuts of sustainably raised meat are twice as much as their conventional distant cousins in the grocery store - but once you taste the difference and know the truth behind factory farmed meat, its not a price that leaves a sour taste in your mouth.
The cashews add an extra richness to the pesto that just can't be met with pine nuts and you'll have no need for the addition of parmesan or romano cheese. Combine with the lightness of zucchini pasta with the fatty pesto for a truly hearty meal.
This smokey spicy chili sauce is a heavy hitting Paleo alternative to standard Sriracha, a sauce that I love- possibly too much. Once you make it, you'll be covering everything with it. My favorite? Eggs.
As the weather begins to cool and the leaves change, my taste buds change as well. I am a very big proponent of eating seasonally and fall is the perfect time for this Sweet Potato and Apple Hash - a soul warming hash perfect to start your day on a crisp morning. Add breakfast sausage to the mix and a side of eggs and you're set.