Happy friday everyone! I hope you are having a good week. And even if not, at least the weekend is almost here!
I was in a real rush one day and realized that I didn't have anything prepared for dinner. So I randomly threw some ingredients into my slow cooker and headed out the door. Well it turns out the dish was actually really good! So good that I have made it a few more times and decided it was time to share it on the blog. I wish I could say that this happened with every recipe that I throw together but unfortunately this is not the case. For every recipe that makes it to the blog there are at least as mainly failures. So goes life as a food blogger.
On a totally unrelated note do any of you live in Boston or have you spent any time there? I will be heading there next week for a conference and I have never been there before. I would love to visit Harvard if I have time but beyond that I am open to suggestions. Any paleo friendly restaurants you would recommend? Or shopping destinations I should check out? Museums that are good? Seriously I am open to your ideas!
And since I will be in the States I plan on stocking up on a few precious food items that I can't get here at home like Kerrygold butter, Great Lakes Grassfed Gelatin, Epic Bars and hopefully a few new things. I always love heading to Whole Foods when I am in the U.S and wandering the isles looking for safe foods that I can try. I really wish Whole Foods would come to Calgary. I am like a kid in a candy store in that place. It makes me so happy! I actually booked the apartment that I did because it is only a few blocks from Whole Foods. Yep I am going to be eating well on this trip my friends!
I am also really looking forward to catching up on some sleep while I am away. All this studying on top of working is starting to take it's toll I am afraid. I am already counting down to the days when I write my exams in the spring and life will finally get a bit easier again. It seems so far away, yet scarily close at the same time. Is that even a word? Scarily? The spell check isn't getting angry red at me so maybe it is? Who knew?!
I would love to hear what you think about this chicken. And as always I would be thrilled if you followed me on Pinterest, Instagram and Facebook!
Happy eating everyone! And have a good weekend!
1 can full fat coconut milk (I recommend this kind)
zest and juice from 1 lemon (equivalent to 1/4 cup lemon juice)
1 TBSP curry spice (this brand is SCD legal)
1 tsp turmeric (I used this kind)
1/2 tsp sea salt
6 ethically raised chicken breasts or thighs (buy here)
1. Turn your slow cooker or crock pot onto high heat
2. Add all the ingredients to the slow cooker
3. Cook for 4 hours
4. Serve and enjoy!