September 28, 2013

Weekly Recipe Wrap-up

Hi everyone. I just got back from my 24 hour trip to Vancouver for an interview. And guess what... it was raining! Shocking I know. I guess it was only fair since it didn't rain once when I was there in August. Mother Nature is just making sure I know what to expect. I have to say these 24 hour trips for interviews are a little exhausting. And expensive. Good thing we make so much money as residents.

But you don't want to hear about my interview adventures. Nope that's not why you come here. You come here for food. Delicious food. So here is this weeks Weekly Recipe Wrap Up. There are some yummy looking things here if I do say so myself.
Let me know if you make any of these!

1. Bacon Wrapped Cheeseburger from GI 365

I do love myself a good burger. And bacon. So really this one is a no brainer. And just think of all the good fat you are getting with these if you make them with grassfed beef and avocado! Your body will be thanking you. 

2. Pumpkin Spiced Ice Cream from MyWholeFoodLife

It is officially pumpkin season. And while I may not like the weather this time of year I do like things made with pumpkin. This ice cream looks delicious if you ask me. And easy to make! 

3. Chicken Wings with Maple and Meyer Lemon Sauce from Fresh4Five

Saucy chicken wings! Yum. I am definitely intrigued by these wings with a lemony twist. They are on my to make list for sure! 

4. Salted Mexican Chocolate Ganache Tarts from SlimPalate

Now all you SCDers are probably cursing me because chocolate isn't allowed on the diet. I know. So shoot me. But these little desserts just looked too delicious not to share. Although I don't consider any chocolate made with sugar to be "paleo or ancestral" I know a lot of people out there still use it. If I were to make these I would use 100% chocolate or sub with cocoa powder. If I do make them this way I will let you know!

5. Baked Butternut Squash Chips from ACoupleCooks

It's no secret that I love squash. These chips look amazing. Although I would probably leave out the cheese to make them less inflammatory and paleo legal. I am sure these would work with other kinds of squash too. I can't wait to try them!

Well that's it for now folks. Let me know if you end up making any of these and how they turn out! 
And as always if you have any questions just let me know!

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