Getting in the Irish spirit with some corned beef hash made from rutabagas and corned beef. We are adding in the boiled egg for that depth of flavor.
Honey Cinnamon Cereal
Got a busy morning? Gonna be in the car a while? Paleo cereal is perfect. Made from sliced almonds, walnuts, pecans, raisins, and honey, this is the perfect on the go snack; or add some almond milk for a simple and delicious breakfast.
Imagine walking through a trove of vegetables. A vivid scramble of mushrooms, tomatoes, onion, Pablano, spinach, and Kale.
Chicken Noodle Soup
This is everything wonderful you remember about chicken noodle soup, we’ve just subbed out the pasta for sweet potato noodles.
Butternut and Apple Soup
What a great time for a soup that you can cuddle up to the fire with. The roasted butternut squash is like your favorite uncle, it brings the richness. The apple is like your favorite aunt; light and sweet.
Kale and Spinach
Fresh winter kale mixed with baby spinach served with sliced Vidalia onions, dried cranberries and Bacon Vinaigrette.
Tuna salad is made different in every land far and near. We like our tuna salad with tuna, celery, hard-boiled eggs and some avocado dressing in place of the mayo. Served with celery sticks.
Lemon Bars are a timeless dessert. You won’t go wrong adding this to your fridge. This sweet and tangy treat is best served cold or room temperature.
Sometimes you just do things to prove that you CAN. Chef Laura has made Paleo bread. It taste, smells, looks and feel like bread. We are showcasing this with sliced sirloin, a shallot and tomato jam served with a citrus slaw.
Char Siu (Chinese BBQ Pork)
Is it Chinese food, or is it American? Either way, it is delicious. Char Sui means “fork roast” in Cantonese. Thick strips of pork are pierced and roasted until the outside is caramelized and the house made hoisin marinade turned sauce is just roasted and sticky. Keeping with the Chinese theme will be roasted bok choy.
New Orleans Salmon (Spicy)
Simply seasoned salon is so boring….This salmon will knock your socks off with flavor. We are overnight marinating the salmon in orange juice, ginger, cumin, coriander, paprika and a touch of cayenne. We are the next day grilling to perfection and topping it with Cajun sour cream. It is served with a side of crawfish mashed sweet potatoes. We did this at our last “dinner with the Chef” and it was a HUGE success. The sweet potatoes are awesome.
Campo Lindo chicken legs and thighs marinated in tequila, orange juice, lemon juice, garlic and cumin, seared and baked served with mango red chili sauce alongside cilantro cauliflower rice with pablano and red peppers.
Turkey Burgers w Sweet Potato Salad
Turkey burgers are a great substitute for beef burgers. They are so versatile. Ours will be served with a side of lettuce, tomato, sliced red onion and an avocado cream sauce. They we are putting together our sweet potato salad on the side.
Sloppy Joes is a childhood memory for a lot of people. We have ditched the can in lieu of homemade tomato sauce. This is a saucy mess. Think American taco bake with the tomato based sauce that is sweet and slightly acidic with plenty of sauce to cover cumin carrots.
Pulled Pork w Sautéed Apples
Pulled pork with BBQ sauce is about as American as Cracker Barrel restaurant. And speaking of CB, we are having sautéed apples tossed with nutmeg, cinnamon and a touch of honey. Sorry, gift shop trinkets not included.
Campo Lindo chicken breasts seared with ghee and a lemon juice and white wine sauce topped with capers and served with spaghetti squash, sage and bacon.
Tonight we had the citrus Salmon and I must say this was the best Salmon I have ever had. Kudos to the chef. Also today I had the chicken noodle soup. I love Chicken Noodle soup and couldn’t imagine how you could make it taste close to it but you did. It was fantastic. This [...]