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How to Peel and Cut Butternut Squash |

How to Easily Peel and Cut Butternut Squash

Whenever I post a new recipe that calls for butternut squash, I invariably get asked by many people how in the world I manage to peel and cube that toughie! So, even though I’m no specialist when it comes to shooting and editing videos, I recently sort of committed to making a short video on How […]

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Sweet Potato Wrapped Chicken Breasts |

Goat Cheese and Cranberry Stuffed Chicken Breasts Wrapped in Sweet Potato Strings

Goat Cheese and Cranberry Stuffed Chicken Breasts Wrapped in Sweet Potato Strings… Whoa! How’s THAT for a mouthful? Honestly, though, I didn’t know how else to call this latest creation of mine… For this, is exactly what it is: juicy chicken breasts stuffed with a delicious, creamy concoction of zesty goat cheese, plump, tangy and sweet dried […]

Easy Fish Roll-Ups |

Easy Fish Roll-Ups

Good food really doesn’t have to be complicated. Take these Easy Fish Roll-Ups, for example. You’d think that they take forever to make, yet nothing could be further from the truth. They are ready in just about the same time than it would take you to pan-fry a couple of eggs, and aren’t that much harder […]

Pear Balsamic Chicken |

Pear and Balsamic Chicken

Up until recently, I was convinced that Bartlett pears were in fact called Barlett Pears, without the “T” in the middle. I can’t even remember how it is that I eventually came to realize that there was an extra T there, which I’d never, ever seen. It felt weird though, thinking that my whole life, I’d been […]

Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup | thehealthyfoodie.con

Squash, Pumpkin and Sweet Potatoes – 11 Winning Recipes that’ll make you a Hero this Thanksgiving!

Being French Canadian, I never really got to celebrate Thanksgiving, so I can’t say that I’m much of a specialist when it comes to that highly regarded Holiday… One thing I do know, however, is that no Thanksgiving feast would be complete without at least some form of squash, or sweet potato, on the menu! Since Thanksgiving is just […]

Sesame Salmon Balls |

Sesame Salmon Balls and Ginger Tahini Dipping Sauce

I can’t believe it’s already been close to a month since PALEO HOME COOKING was officially released into the world! As a first time author, I’ve been extremely nervous these past few weeks: I didn’t really know what to expect and wasn’t quite sure what you guys were going to think of my work, you know. Part of me […]

Honey Roasted Cashew Butter |

Honey Roasted Cashew Butter

This morning I woke up (way too early, might I add) to some strange, unidentified and very annoying little noise, like some kind of faint crackling. At first, I thought it was the neighbor rummaging through a bunch of gravel or taking his recycling bin to the curb… But then it hit me! Remember my unwanted guest? […]

Best Ever Cottage Pie |

Best Ever Cottage Pie

Folks, I have a serious crisis on my hands… a very serious crisis indeed: There’s a mouse in my house!!!!! I know that, seeing as how this is a food blog and all, I probably shouldn’t be talking about this. I should be discussing the recent release of my new baby and first ever cookbook, (‘cuz really, I’m […]

Date Walnut Acorn Squash |

Maple Date and Walnut Oven Roasted Acorn Squash

When I initially decided to write a cookbook, I was super excited, of course, but at the same time, I felt afraid that I was going to find the whole experience to be rather impersonal, cold and unfriendly. I mean a cookbook, unlike a blog, doesn’t really allow people to reach out and ask questions or comment on […]