Spatchcock Chicken (AKA flattened chicken) takes only about 45 minutes to cook through. Add some potatoes underneath and while it is cooking away, you can catch an episode of your current binge. Don’t want to DIY cutting the chicken? Most butcher departments will do it for you. All you need is some mixed greens or arugula underneath as the chicken will create a delicious dressing from its juices.

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Yes, it’s true. Biscuits can be both grain-free and vegan all while being light and tender. Almond flour and coconut oil are the stars but a few other pantry staples bring these Paleo Grain-Free Biscuits together to partner with gravy, honey or jam.

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Zucchini are abundant this time of year and these grilled zucchini recipes require far less tools, time and ingredients than stuffing or noodling the ubiquitous summer squash.

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Naturally sweet coconut and extremely mild cod might be the best way to get kids to eat fish. With both Airfryer and stovetop frying methods you get to pick your own kitchen adventure, extra crispy and a little more mess or less crispy and less mess. Either way, crispy Coconut Cod Tacos are next level Taco Tuesday!

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Need some ooey-gooey, sweet and salty goodness without any grains or refined sugars? These Maple Pecan Blondies are just the ticket. Option for vegan version using flax egg or use a real egg if you are egg tolerant and not vegan.

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Your new “breakfast for dinner” go-to. Make your Dutch Baby sweet with seasonal fruit or savory with a side salad. Either way, this infinitely adaptable dish needs to be in your rotation.

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When I was in college and traveled around the country most of every summer as part of my “work-study” scholarship, I began to see there was a much bigger world outside of my hometown. Because I view almost everything through the lens of food, I found myself jealous of those who learned their Nonna’s Sunday…

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I’m never sure how to start my posts. Should I say something witty that will catch the attention of those reading quick snippets on Facebook or dive right in and get on with the subject at hand? Being a rather direct person in general, I tend to dive right in with everything. Should I quit…

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