Keto Summer Squash Casserole

Recently, I bought one of those big bags of summer squash and zucchini at Costco, and after making ratatouille (yet again!) I still had a bunch of squash left over. While I always enjoy simply sautéing chopped onion and squash in butter, I thought I would try something a little […]

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Keto Lemon Chia Pudding

It could be the oppressive heat or because lemons are so bright and fresh tasting or because this recipe is so damned easy (considering the result), but I think I have found my new favorite chia pudding. I’ve never been a huge fan of lemon desserts, but perhaps my palate […]

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Keto English Toffee

Back when I posted my Keto Cheesecake recipe, I whined and moaned about how so many keto dessert recipes suck. I still stand by that criticism and I have come to the realization why they suck . . . it’s because they aren’t my recipes! While I sound helplessly egotistical, […]

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Keto Coffee Chia Pudding

I love coffee. When I was a kid, I’d steal the coffee-flavored candies from my mother’s purse (coffee and toffee are her two favorite flavors), take sips off of cold coffee cups left on the kitchen counter for clean-up, and devour coffee ice cream. As an adult, my passion for […]

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Devour thy enemy: Football fans open wide

Medieval literature describes Richard the Lionhearted, the crusader king of England, flaunting his customary consumption of human flesh during battle to strike fear into the hearts of his enemy. His troops would loot and devour the dead, causing the ‘infidels” to panic and spread images of ruthlessness and savagery regarding […]

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