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Homemade Roasted Tomato Sauce From the Garden

I have been making batches and batches of homemade roasted tomato sauce using the enormous amount of tomatoes I have been picking from the garden. I guess that’s what happens when you put in 24 tomato plants!  This method has been so much easier and faster than the traditional method I have used in the… Continue reading Homemade Roasted Tomato Sauce From the Garden

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The Cutest Mini Waffle Maker and Paleo Waffles 

I love mini everything, so when I was in Marshalls and stumbled across a Dash Go mini-waffle maker for $7, I knew I had to try it. First, I thought they would be the perfect size to quickly reheat in the mornings and take to work with me, and second, I thought they would be… Continue reading The Cutest Mini Waffle Maker and Paleo Waffles 

Gluten-Free Recipes · In My Kitchen

Crispy Gluten-Free Baked Eggplant Cutlets

This is one of my favorite meals to make. It’s easy, healthy, gluten-free, allergy friendly for me and fun to prepare. The hardest part about this is finding a gluten-free breadcrumb and flour you like (which is why I’m sharing my favorites here). The rest is super simple. After reading the labels of more gluten-free… Continue reading Crispy Gluten-Free Baked Eggplant Cutlets

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First Time Cooking With Cast Iron: Paleo, Gluten-Free Veggie Frittata

Cooking with cast iron has always intimidated me. Years ago I bought a three-pan set that didn’t come preseasoned. I ruined them. Christmas 2015 I bought a new set that I couldn’t wait to cook on. The guy I was seeing at the time swore by them, and figured he could show me how to… Continue reading First Time Cooking With Cast Iron: Paleo, Gluten-Free Veggie Frittata

In My Kitchen · Vegetarian

Creamy Swiss Chard, Arugula and Goat Cheese Sauce  

I hate to let food go to waste. One of my tricks when I have some leafy greens like spinach or arugula that are getting toward the end of their shelf life, is to use the same technique you do for pesto and make a freezable sauce that I can use fresh, or later on… Continue reading Creamy Swiss Chard, Arugula and Goat Cheese Sauce  

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Creamy Spinach & Arugula Pesto Pasta

Whenever you start a post with, “don’t yell at me,” you know it’s going to be a good one. OK, seriously, don’t yell at me. In typical Michelle form, I didn’t measure anything, except the garlic, because honestly, I didn’t think it was going to come out as well as it did. But, I always… Continue reading Creamy Spinach & Arugula Pesto Pasta

In My Kitchen · Paleo

The Best Store-Bought Paleo, Gluten-Free Tortillas

While I don’t eat that much processed foods lately, preferring to make things from scratch, tortillas are another story. I’ve tried. And, tried, and tried, and tried. Well, you get the point. And, while they were OK, they tasted more like pita bread, which is all fine, but not what I was looking for. Having… Continue reading The Best Store-Bought Paleo, Gluten-Free Tortillas

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How to Make Apple Chips in the Dehydrator

Making apple chips in the  dehydrator is the simplest thing ever. I’m not sure why I’ve never done this before! Seriously, I love a few of these when I am craving something sweet. All you do is evenly slice the apples, carefully remove all the seeds, and place in the dehydrator on high until they… Continue reading How to Make Apple Chips in the Dehydrator

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How to Cook Spaghetti Squash In the Microwave 

There are a variety of ways to cook spaghetti squash, but the fastest, is in the microwave. The thing is, there are a wide variety of cooking times out there. After growing it for the past four-ish years and cooking it for longer than I can remember,  I’ve found this is the best way to… Continue reading How to Cook Spaghetti Squash In the Microwave 

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How to Make Sauce From Tomatoes In Your Garden

If you ask five people how they make sauce from tomatoes in their garden, I will 98 percent guarantee you that you will get five different responses. Some people use a mill, other people crush them, some hate seeds. What you’ll find below is the way I make it. I leave the seeds in it… Continue reading How to Make Sauce From Tomatoes In Your Garden