My wee Kale Sauce number is absolutely superKALEYfragilistic! It’s a great way to add extra nutrient density to your plate and it also happens to be free of anything bad. Zhush up simply grilled fish or chicken or add it to a bowl of soup… YUM!
Sides & Sauces
This rosemary-infused beet relish is the perfect addition to sliced meats (Christmas ham, anyone?) and frittatas. And, it’s a good way to get more gut-healthy beets in, too. No fancy ingredients required!
Easy Christmas Kraut is the perfect festive addition to your holiday table. Festive and fruity with a little bit of spice. It’s simply YUM! (Makes for great Chrissie pressies, too)
If you have never tried braised broccoli before, you are in for a treat. It is AMAZING and will add another dimension to your broccoli recipe repertoire. Mellow and buttery, this number is great for a crowd.
Onion Jam is one of those secret little numbers that will sexy up the blandest of meals. It’s surprisingly easy to make and my version is also AIP-friendly. I’m pretty sure that once you’ve tried this, you’ll always want to have a jar in your fridge…
This totally terrific tonnato is stand at your kitchen bench and gobble it up with a spoon-worthy! It’s also about the sexiest thing I can think of to make with a can of tuna! I love this stuff!
This ridiculously good carrot and thyme mash takes carrots to a whole new level. It’s so good! The secret is in the roasting (and the addition of just a hint of honey)
Broccoli Sauce is a revelation. Slowly braised over low heat makes the flavours incredibly mellow. This baby is a great nightshade-free alternative to tomatoes and broccoli is chock-full of vitamin C – a great immune fighter
I shared this play on a Peter Gordon-inspired Kale and Preserved Lemon Couscous recipe…