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meet shane…Chef Shane has a giant passion for preaching to folks about real, nutrient-dense food and the divine effect it can have to help heal the hurting. Shane's mission is to show folks how simple it is to cook with real, whole foods and just how much better they’ll feel after they commit to giving their body what it needs - delicious and nutrient-dense real foods.
Quick Tip Tuesday
For years and years I was afraid of butternut squash in its whole form. I would look at it and think, “where do I begin with that thing?” Until one day I just took a hold of that winter squash, cut it in half, deseeded it, roasted it and have been enjoying it ever since. I love a good multi-purpose …
It’s about this time in the summer where I am just pining away for fall. What about you? The cooler weather and the change in produce options at the farmer’s market are thrilling to me. I’ve never been a girl who likes extended hot weather patterns. I’m such a “sweater” and no self-respecting southern woman likes to walk around with …
When we were out in Colorado last month and long before that the skin on my face was quite dry and just couldn’t seem to get quenched. No matter how many fine potions and creams I used or how much I piled it on it still had that dry kind of flaky skin thing going on. Talk about frustrating. I have …
Quick Tip Tuesday! Breakfast can be a challenge at times to make sure you’re getting enough protein and fat to start your day right. When I have leftover sausage in any form, links or patties I chop it up, fire up my cast iron skillet and add a good tablespoon of unrefined coconut oil. Over medium-high heat I brown up the sausage a bit and …
Spider strainer, that is! Here’s your Quick Tip Tuesday people: I’m not big into kitchen gadgets that you only use every once in awhile that take up bits and pieces of space in your kitchen like the apple corer and egg slicer. But, there are those tools that are really only good for one thing that I use all the …