THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE AIP DIET — Wellness Workability

The autoimmune protocol diet (AIP) is designed to help reduce inflammation in the body to relieve symptoms of autoimmune disorders. WHAT CAN YOU EAT ON THE AIP DIET? All animal proteins (excluding eggs) All vegetables (excluding nightshades) Fruits in moderation Healthy fats (avocado, olive oil, coconut oil, animal fats, etc.) Bone broth, organ meats Grain-free […]…

Copycat Chipotle Carnitas Bowl — — My Meals are on Wheels

One of my absolute favorite fast food meals in the world is a bowl from Chipotle. When you’re on the go, or in a pinch, nothing can quite satisfy that hunger like a bowl of delicious Mexican food. I use the same toppings everytime, too: grilled peppers and onions, pico, cheese, sour cream and guacamole….

Bounce — Well Balanced Wifestyle

We are always trying to find new ways to stay motivated. We like to explore fitness trends and new gyms/studios to keep things interesting and exciting. After tagging each other in countless bounce video’s on instagram, we decided to find the closest studio to offer a class of this type for us to try out. […]…

Homemade Croutons — TidyMom®

Learn how simple it is to make Homemade Croutons! Perfectly seasoned and customizable they will take your soup or salad to the next level! 15 minutes is all you need. Be sure to sign up for my email… to get new recipes and ideas in your inbox! Click HERE to save recipe to Pinterest! Homemade…

The Time For More Food — How I Cook — by Graham Stewart

Every few years I have to increase how much I make for family meals. That time has come again. Realized last night that 1 lasagna isn’t enough anymore. Our grandchildren are getting older and eating more. So now I guess I have to start making 2 lasagna rather than 1. That way we will have […]…

Instant Pot Nugget Chicken Cacciatore — Rosemarie’s Kitchen

On the weekly planner for Tuscan Thursday (aka anything Italian) was my Nugget Chicken Cacciatore. It’s a favorite in our house. Naturally, I had done my shopping with that recipe in mind. But then a light came on . . . via Instant Pot Nugget Chicken Cacciatore — Rosemarie’s Kitchen

30 Days of Thanks – Day 7 — My Nichols Worth

Along with this blog I also write a homemaking blog, Homemaking Hacker. For the past couple of weeks I’ve been working on several posts for that blog. Since I’m writing articles related to homemaking, I am thinking more about the jobs of homemaking. Now, I like to cook so thinking of cooking posts is an […]…

Petra the Magnificent – Part 2 — What an Amazing World!

Petra has been amazing so far, and the Treasury is even more impressive in person even though I have seen countless pictures of this famous ancient monument prior to the trip. But James and I know there’s more than just this magnificent structure – believed to be the mausoleum of King Aretas IV – in […]…

Health Benefits of Black Pepper — Wellness Workability

Black pepper is the fruit of the black pepper plant from the Piperaceae family and is used as both, spice and a medicine. The chemical piperine, present in black pepper, causes the spiciness. Since ancient times, black pepper is one of the most widely-traded spices in the world. Black pepper is a great source for…

Mediterranean Sheet Pan Chicken and Veggies — Katie Shanahan, MSN

Looking for your next meal prep recipe? Try out this Mediterranean Sheet Pan Chicken and Veggies recipe adapted from Half Baked Harvest! I love making Mediterranean foods – did you know there are a lot of health benefits to eating a Mediterranean diet? Research shows that people following a Mediterranean diet have reduced risk for […]…

Do You Know What I Mean — AMERICA ON COFFEE

“Do You Know What I Mean” is a song written and performed by Lee Michaels. It reached #6 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and #4 on the Cash Box Top 100 in the summer of 1971. The song was featured on his 1971 album, 5th. Source via Do You Know What I Mean — AMERICA…

Sprouts with Pork and Peanuts — GoodFood for US

Pork tenderloin is such a versatile and easy-to-cook meat — no wonder we always have one at the ready in the freezer. In this Asian-inspired stir-fry, the pork is paired with bright green Brussels sprouts and toasted peanuts. The sauce has notes of ginger and garlic with a bit of sweetness from a little sugar […]…

Unanswered Questions — Refuge from Routine

How do you mourn someone who left your life a long time ago? It is indescribably how the death of someone you haven’t spoken to in over 10 years can still affect you. Though the memories are few, they come rushing back, one standing out above the rest. It must have been August of 2008 […]…