Chicken Caeser “Pizza”

May 19, 2016 Uncategorized  No comments

Read More

Italian Sausage

May 11, 2016 Recipes  No comments

I like making my own Italian sausage so I have control over the flavors.  It works well with either ground pork or ground turkey.

Read More

Cauliflower Pizza Casserole

May 10, 2016 Recipes  No comments

I love pizza!!! That has been one of the hard things about going grain free. Pizza. I could eat it once or twice a day.

Sometimes you just get a need for pizza.

Imagine if a loaded deep-dish pizza had a three-some with baked ziti and a head of cauliflower. Their baby would look something like this. Cauliflower, homemade Italian sausage, pepperoni, veges, three kinds of olives, two kinds of cheese and more.

Read More

Herb Crusted Roast Pork Loin

April 27, 2016 Recipes  No comments

The multitude of herbs and oil make a crunchy crust bursting with flavor.

Read More

Maple-Chipotle Salmon

April 26, 2016 Recipes  No comments

This had a great combination of sweet and spicy.  It serves well with roasted asparagus and avocado salsa.

Read More

Italian Seasoning

April 25, 2016 Recipes  No comments

Read More

Flaxseed Focaccia Bread

April 25, 2016 Recipes  No comments

Since my wife and I have given up gluten and most grains we keep our eye open for substitutes.  This recipe was originally for 5 eggs in a 13×9 pan.  Have you ever tried to use 2-1/2 eggs?  I modified it to a more manageable size.

The end result is a light and fluffy bread with an herby Italian flair.

Read More

Chicken Cacciatore

April 20, 2016 Recipes  No comments

Tonight we could not decide what to make for dinner, so we did the obvious thing . . . asked our barista! She said she was hungry for Chicken Cacciatore. So we walked down to the market for fresh ingredients and I PFC’ized it.

We ended up with bowls of Italian PFC Yumm and enough left over for lunches.

Read More

Garlic Rosemary Pepper Shrimp

April 18, 2016 Recipes  No comments

This is my new favorite shrimp recipe.  The herbs give it a richness.  The peppers give it some heat.  Allowing the oil to infuse with the flavors prior to cooking the shrimp allows those flavors to embed themselves in the cooking process.

Read More

Moroccan Eggs (Shakshouka)

April 10, 2016 Recipes  No comments

Weekends are a time to splurge on breakfast.  I usually have the same thing every morning for breakfast, the weekend gave me an opportunity to spice it up for my wife.

Shakshouka is a dish from North Africa and the Middle East. Because it has eggs it is often seen as a breakfast item. However, it is eaten as an evening meal in the Middle East.

Read More