The Egg 411 (7 Ways to Cook an Egg)

They say a chef’s hat has 100 folds, one for each way the chef knows to cook an egg. That’s an egg-ceptional level of knowledge all wrapped up in one single hat. You can earn yourself 7 percent of a chef’s hat with way less egg-fort. (OK, that one was a stretch. I’ll knock it off…

Three Fabulous Faux Pasta Dishes for Low-Carb Happiness!

I loooooove pasta, so much so that when I eat it my body wants to never let it go and keep it in my hips! Ha. I have some delicious pasta alternatives though, that I do think you will like! Over-abundance in the garden this summer? These can help solve that problem as well, as…

Quick and Easy Edible Gardening Tips

Quick Guide: Edible Gardening Vegetable gardening is a hobby that adds beauty to your yard. It brings physical activity to your routine. It puts nutrient-rich food on the table for less money. Cool, right? To get started, think small. You’ll be savoring sun-warmed greens in no time. Getting Started Herbs: Plant them in pots on your windowsill…

Summer Inspired Low-Carb Delish!

From snacks to main dishes to breakfast treats, here are 5 summer inspired low-carb recipes! They are wonderful ways to enjoy using fresh veggies from your garden or farmers market! My favorite recipe below is the Apple Cheddar Egg Muffins! A must try!!! CHICKEN & ASPARAGUS WITH PAN SAUCE (10g Net Carbs) THE PAN SAUCE…

“What’s Poppin’” Stuffed Chicken

Do you ever get tired of basic chicken recipes? We have done a lot of grilling this summer (which is good and fun, but we were tired of the usual grilled chicken and needed a break) These turned out really well, I recommend trying them! This recipe can easily be adjusted for personal taste. Like…

Garden Overflowing? Here is what to do!

Is your garden overflowing? Don’t let it go to waste! Lots of gardeners end up with more produce than they need in late summer. Help is here! Learn ways to store, freeze, or cook your overabundance of common garden vegetables and herbs. Cool and helpful tools linked throughout. Tomatoes Storage: Here’s a basic rule of thumb…