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Fish in a Flash!

Fish in a Flash!

As a nurse, I often work twelve hours shifts.  By the time I get home, I’m tired and ravenous.  Although I’m lucky in that I have a willing ‘sous-chef’, the last thing that I want to do is spend an hour on my feet preparing an elaborate meal.  For that reason, I’ve created several simple [...]

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Jicama and a Well-Kept Mexican Secret

Jicama and a Well-Kept Mexican Secret

A lot of exciting things have been going on in my life lately, and it’s been quite a while since my last post.  In an attempt to get back into the TLSP groove, I thought that I’d share with you a snack that I discovered while vacationing in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Unbeknownst to me, Puerto [...]

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Budget Paleo! Dinner for $2.22/person

Budget Paleo! Dinner for $2.22/person

Want more Budget Paleo fun? Want to be trendy by using a hot TV chef’s recipe? Here’s Curtis Stone’s recipe from his appearance on The Today Show’s segment “Showdown! Chef’s best meals for under $10.” If you are going so strict as to not include wine of any sort in your paleo diet, just leave [...]

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Leftover Love

Leftover Love

This past weekend I had ever intention of making a how-to video of Veronica’s recipe for cooking a whole chicken. My friend Daniel was over at my apartment for 4.5 hours trying to fix my laptop with no luck. While I had plenty of time to clean my office, kitchen, and living room, I still [...]

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What To Do With a Whole Chicken

Piggybacking on Georgia’s great article, Paleo Budget Finds, I thought I’d point out how to attack a whole chicken once you’ve got one in your fridge. As Georgia points out, buying a whole chicken is significantly CHEAPER than buying pre-packaged breasts, etc.  My grandmother taught me that you can stretch the use of the chicken [...]

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Paleo Fish Tacos

Paleo Fish Tacos

TLSP has been doing a lot of talking recently about how we should go about maintaining this site, as well as how best to provide value to our readers.  In so doing, Lyssa suggested that we upload more recipes.  She pointed out that a lot of people aren’t used to cooking fish and meat, etc. [...]

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You Need A Crockpot

You Need A Crockpot

This is only my second time to use my crockpot, but I feel confident in saying that you need one too. In less than 30 minutes of prep time, I made a pot roast that lasted as my lunch for the entire week. I will share my recipe, but it’s really not rocket science- I’m [...]

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Recipe: Apple Cinnamon Mini Muffins

I am super proud of myself right now. I’ve spent the afternoon cooking foods for the week, and decided to experiment with an apple cinnamon muffin recipe. Since I made this decision after my big trip to the grocery store (where I ran into Adrien Brody!), I had to make due with the ingredients I [...]

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Lunch Idea: Chicken Cole Slaw

Lunch Idea: Chicken Cole Slaw

This was a last minute lunch I threw together last week that turned out to be pretty awesome. It’s inspired in part by Arun’s lunch meat ceviche, and I ate it in the style of Lyssa’s tuna bombs. Ingredients: Green cabbage Green apple Shallot Cooked chicken Olive oil Lime juice Pepper Simply chop the first [...]

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Thanksgiving Recipe: Prosciutto Asparagus Bundles

Thanksgiving Recipe: Prosciutto Asparagus Bundles

Super easy, visually appealing side dish! Ingredients: 1 bundle of asparagus 10 slices of prosciutto (I used applegate farms) Olive oil and pepper, to taste Recipe: Wash and trim asparagus. Place in a baking dish with olive oil and pepper. Roast the asparagus at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes. You can vary this depending [...]

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