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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Okay, so this is the awesomest Google find EVAR. I love finding cool things when I'm not looking for them, don't you?

I was searching for a recipe for bacon-wrapped pork chops. Last time I made them, the bacon overcooked and they were like bacon-wrapped hockey pucks. I searched and found a recipe on some blog somewhere in cyberspace, and started skimming the blog leading up to the recipe.

I saw the word "Whole30."

Whaaa? Whole30?


As it turns out, this blog is written by a lady in Canada who started paleo-ing, and did her Whole30 in April. Points for relating to her audience... I did my Whole30 in April. Overall, I read through the recipe and decided it was perfect, then I bookmarked the blog. Then I clicked a link to her other blog, and bookmarked that, too. I'm pretty stoked to find another blog with food on it.

So here's the blog so you can have Paleo food and laugh at the antics of her husband, dog, and five children too:


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  • GINAV2
    That's so colorful and pretty, definitely worthy of a special occasion meal. But on a day to day basis, if I want 'ghetti and meatballs, I like the ease of 1. buy spaghetti squash, 2. poke with a knife, 3. bake, 4. scoop, 5. enjoy. Use aluminum foil and the only cleanup is a sharp knife and a fork. Woo, lazy! :D
    2375 days ago
    FOUND IT!!!!
    2375 days ago
    I keep looking at that picture on the top of the page that may or may not be spaghetti made of zucchini... I haven't found a recipe for anything like it, though, and I want it so bad.

    2375 days ago
  • GINAV2
    That is some serious food porn, and after five minutes of skimming I've already got three or four recipes earmarked to try in the future. THANK YOU! Great find, indeed!
    2375 days ago
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