On March 6th, on a windy day in Honolulu, Marvin and I tied the knot! During our time in Hawaii, we were treated to a dish with which we were previously unfamiliar - Loco Moco. We liked it so much the first time that we ate it again the following day.
Read on to see our Loco Moco recipe for two.
On Christmas morning, I woke up (too early), and, after a cup of coffee, got to work on breakfast. With "A Christmas Story" playing behind me, I whipped up this easy, spicy, baked egg breakfast casserole. As Ralphie and his family were sitting down to Christmas dinner at their local Chinese restaurant, we were enjoying our Christmas breakfast in bed.
Get this delicious breakfast casserole recipe now!
With very little space for cooking inside Gypsy, we opted for a one-pot Christmas dinner. Using only our 3-in-1 Grillet, we dined on Cornish hens, green bean casserole, spicy corn, and cranberry sauce.
Take a look at our easy one-pot slower cooker Christmas dinner!
As I mentioned in my last recipe post, for the month of November, Marvin and I are going to stick to a paleo diet - no breads, dairy, refined sugars, or processed foods.
Since our trip to Mexico, where we enjoyed a plate of delicious shrimp and jicama tacos, I have been obsessed with jicama tacos. This recipe that includes stuffed jalapenos packs a serious punch!
See my paleo-friendly jicama
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