Dinners

Bacon and Gouda Stuffed Apples

  • Posted on: 13 September 2015
  • By: jessica
Category: 
Nothing informs my senses of the arrival of Fall more than the aroma of apples baking with cinnamon. Combine that with the inviting smell of bacon and your family will be running to the kitchen to find out what you're making! This recipe is warm, savory and sweet. The addition of gouda makes for a creamy side dish everyone will love.

Coffee and Molasses Pork Tenderloin

  • Posted on: 18 July 2015
  • By: jessica
Category: 
I love Ice Box Coffee! I love Pork! So the combo makes perfect sense to me. This recipe will give you the most succulent, flavorful pork you have ever had. It's simple, fun and absolutely delicious. We used the grill to cook our tenderloin, but this could easily be cooked in your oven as well. Sidenote: If you like this recipe, please vote for it on the Icebox Coffee Instagram ! The contest runs until August 6th! Thank you.

Vegan Caribbean Jerk Marinade

  • Posted on: 7 July 2015
  • By: jessica
Category: 
I love Caribbean flavors in food. In American cuisine, it seems so often we place spices into one of two categories: savory or sweet. But, with Caribbean spices they do no such thing! I grew up thinking cinnamon was only used in desserts and salt was only used in savory foods. Boy, was I wrong! This simple marinade recipe combines aromatic spices and coconut milk! I chose to use it to marinate shrimp, but it would be great on any kind of meat or veggies, or used as a sauce on top of a veggie and quinoa bowl.

Clean Eating Turkey Leg Tacos

  • Posted on: 29 June 2015
  • By: jessica
Category: 
1. Tacos are awesome. 2. Giant tureky legs make me feel like a medeival queen. 3. Pressure cookers make everything easy. For today's (late) edition of Monday Munchies I want to share with you a simple recipe for pressure cooker turkey tacos. Part of the inspiration for the recipe comes from this video . This guy is hilarious! And he shares really helpful details about using a pressure cooker to cook turkey legs. For this recipe, I use the Gracious Pantry Clean Taco Seasoning . Any clean taco seasoning will work, but I recommend this recipe. You can choose whatever toppings you want. I chose...

Jalapeño Honey Chicken Teriyaki Lettuce Wraps

  • Posted on: 16 May 2015
  • By: jessica
Category: 
Today I want to share one of my favorite new recipes with you. It can be made using one bowl and one sautee pan. Oh, did I mention it's delious? Seriously. Delicious. This recipe uses the same list of ingredients from my Jalapeño Honey Chicken Teriyaki , just in different proportions. Please check out Garden Honey Bee to buy your own local honey next time you're at Pepperplace Market !

Clean Eating Egg Salad

  • Posted on: 13 April 2015
  • By: jessica
Category: 
This was the first week of the Pepper Place Farmer's Market in Birmingham. I was so excited about this day, and I was not disappointed. The place was filled with vendors from all over the area selling fresh, high quality products. Check out these pastured eggs I grabbed from Marble Creek Farmstead . I could hardly wait to get home and make something fun with them! So without further adieu, here is my recipe for Clean Eating Egg Salad!

Bacon Wrapped BBQ Chicken

  • Posted on: 12 February 2015
  • By: jessica
Category: 
I got my first butcher box from Bottle & Bone last week and I just have to tell you, I am so impressed! The box was full of all kinds of amazing, fresh and sustainably sourced meats. We have really enjoyed making some fun recipes with these high quality cuts. Today, I want to share with you my favorite recipe so far, Bacon Wrapped BBQ Chicken! I love this recipe because it is clean and SIMPLE!

Jalapeño Honey Chicken Teriyaki

  • Posted on: 14 January 2015
  • By: jessica
Category: 
Thank you for stopping by Spiffy Eats. Today I am sharing a recipe with you that is not only rich in complex flavor, but really simple to make. Make it clean eating by putting it over a side of brown rice or paleo by putting it over a fried egg. Both options are easy and tasty. First, I would like to share a bit of my friend Amber's story. You have heard from Amber before in her post, "Free the Chicks" , where she wrote about the reasons for choosing pastured eggs and chickens. Amber is a school teacher who holds a Master of Education (M.Ed.) and a BS in Early Childhood Education and...

Chicken Enchilada Soup

  • Posted on: 9 December 2014
  • By: jessica
Category: 
This time of year, I adore making soups. As I mentioned on my earlier post in anticipation for Market Noel , I love how the aroma fills the whole house and makes every part of my home feel warm and cozy. When I met these awesome folks at Frontier Soups , I had my mind set on something I could make for a Taco Tuesday, and I was not disappointed. This recipe for Chicken Enchilada Soup will have you going back for seconds without a doubt!

Pages