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  • Coconut & Almond Crusted Salmon

    | Oh my goodness, here we are.  The Everyday Feast’s first of many Keto recipes!  Let’s get right to it, shall we?! When I started this, just like you guys, I started looking around at other Keto blogs, magazines, and cookbooks to get ideas of what to eat and when.  There are a lot of really good ideas out there…and a lot of really questionable ones.  I love bacon just as much as the next gal, but I dare say there is a point when bacon should NOT be used.  What I didn’t find were a lot of really high quality gourmet recipes out there.  I am not saying difficult…

  • A Change of Ideology and Focus

    Hello Everyone, So I am currently sitting in a coffee shop in Cold Spring. The apartment just had too many distractions to entice me, so I came here, almond milk latte in hand, to confront my fear.  Honestly, I have been procrastinating on this specific post.  I am pretty terrified of it.  It has been weighing on me for over four weeks now, but I didn’t want to write it until I was completely sure, or at least as sure as I was going to get.  So here we are…and I am sure. As many of your know, this whole journey started three years ago when a string of events knocked…

  • Cauliflower Cashew Soup (Vegan and Low Carb!)

    | HELLO HELLO HELLO!!!! Oh my goodness, it is so nice to be back.  It has been such a crazy month and a half.  First, I was in the city for almost three weeks for a food shoot as an assistant food stylist.  It was such an awesome experience and I learned so much!  I can’t wait to use some of those skills on my upcoming photographs.  Then, we went to Pittsburgh, Jeff’s hometown, so I could run the Pittsburgh Half Marathon.  It was such an incredible race and I am so happy I got to be apart of it.  Not only did I crush my goal, woot woot, but…

  • Pork Chops with Mushroom Cream Sauce

    | This past weekend my husband and I went to a new church.  You guys know me fairly well at this point so, I am sure you know that I was kind of nervous.  Going to new places like that, causes me some social anxiety.  In an attempt to combat that, I put on these fabulous high wasted trousers, a white tee, and my favorite patent leather loafers so I could feel confident.  Yes, I have more then one pair of patent leather loafer.  Don’t judge me.  I had a cute braid and put on some extra make-up.  This is all to say I felt like I looked super cute…

  • Herbed Lemon Garlic, Baked Rutabaga Fries

    | Welcome to installment two of my latest series, “Grocery Store Finds,” where I focus on a specific ingredient that is new to me or I think is underutilized.  This week we have an ingredient that could fit into both of those categories.  Chances are you have heard of a rutabaga.  You may not know what it is, but your mind has remembered hearing about Rutabagas before, probably because Rutabaga is such a fun word to say.  Rutabaga, Rutabaga, Rutabaga.  It doesn’t get old.  I would guess, though, that most of you are like I was 3 weeks ago and don’t know the flavor of the humble rutabaga or how…

  • Crispy Salmon Burgers with Basil Edamame Pesto

    | Hello! I hope you had a wonderful Easter or Passover or normal, weekend.  My week has been a pretty good one.  My training app. updated my training schedule this week so I am a little more sore then normal, but it’s always fun to push myself.  My relationship with food has been better this week.  I can’t say I have been perfect.  I said no to the King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls at dinner…but promptly snuck one…or two, after dinner while doing the dishes, (I should have known better then to bring them into the house) but, I did say no to the Easter candy, so I feel like, all-in-all,…

  • Peanut Butter and Jelly Protein Bars

    | It is finally starting to warm up and the sun is coming out.  Do you know what that means?  No more excuses on getting in that activity.  No more, it’s too cold, too icy, too much clothes, too windy, too whatever!  Time to put on those leggings and get out there, take a deep breath of that fresh air and give yourself a pat on the back for getting through another winter. Right now I am training for a half marathon that is happening in a couple of weeks.  I am very excited about it.  It will be my first big city race where their are actual professional runners…give…

  • Sautéed Carrot and Cabbage Ribbons

    | This is just a little something extra this week that is the perfect Spring accompaniment to your Easter or Passover Feast.  It is really just an easy, tasty vegetable side for any dinner.  I threw this together to accompany the Roasted Pineapple Pork Tenderloin dish when I was testing the recipe.   I generally test each recipes at least twice.  Just like you, I make them for dinner.  If they don’t pass my husband’s taste buds, they don’t make it on this blog.  I did not plan on putting this on the blog but my husband was scarfing it down.  By the third time I made the Roasted Pineapple Pork Tenderloin , I was…

  • Roasted Pineapple Pork Tenderloin

    | Hello Everyone, Happy Wednesday!  Only two more days to go.  You got this! So, if I am being honest this has been a mediocre week for me in terms of eating.  I haven’t been out of control by any means, but I also haven’t been my normal, measure it all, count it all, self.  I have just been snacky, little picks here and there.  They haven’t been junk food at all, mostly fruit, the occasional pita, etc, but that stuff adds up!  My weight watcher leader calls it grazing, and it couldn’t be more true.  I feel drawn to the kitchen where I aimlessly open and close cabinets in…

  • Whipped Raspberry Vanilla Farina Pudding

    | Hello everyone!  First of all I want to let you know of a new update on the website, see above photo, to go straight to the recipe.  I understand that scrolling through can sometimes be frustrating, so this new feature with allow you to go straight to the recipe without any struggle.  I hope this makes getting your Feast on, a little easier.  Also, if you are looking to just have the recipe, without the photos, click the Print Recipe link above the header photo and that will give you a text version of the recipe. So I generally try to post A Sweet Treats or Morning Eats on…