Emily’s Chicken Arms

Jen’s daughter Emily is a “Chicken-Arm” conoisseur! She’s also a budding cook and loves to come up with her own flavor combinations and recipes. This is one of her favorites and she uses it on chicken, shrimp, and salmon (her three favorite proteins).

Juice of 3 large lemons
3-5 cloves garlic (depending on taste and size), […]

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Cinnamon Ice Cream with Grilled Peaches

So Jennifer has this friend that swears that the proper accompaniment for cinnamon ice cream is pickles. We’re not sure about that, but the peaches sure to well with it! The combination of the warm and cold is an awesome contrast to boot!

Grilled Peaches

4 -6 ripe peaches
1 teaspoon cinnamon

Cut in half and […]

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Sue’s Bacon Wrapped Jalepeno Poppers

We had you at bacon. Or jalepenos. Or cheese … In any case, these are a favorite of lumberjacks, electricians, and producers everywhere. Be sure to use FRESH jalepenos for the best punch!

Cut slits in a pint of fresh jalepenos and remove as many seeds and as much of the membrane as possible. Set […]

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Sue’s Mock-A-Roni Salad

This colorful and healthy dish is a crowd-pleaser! In one version we add salami and two colors of bell pepper. This can be made so many different ways, use your imagination and make it colorful and tasty!

1 head of Cauliflower (choose the size you like we used a large one)
1 bell pepper of […]

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Jen’s Zucchini Lasagna

This is a little different in the way of recipes. This particular recipe is for a single serving, so there’s going to be a lot of “pre-prep” going on. For example, slicing the zucchini and browning the sausage would be done ahead. You can, of course, do this in larger batches, but the proportions we […]

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Chicken Fajita Rolls-Ups

One of the things we love the most about this recipe is it’s versatility! This works equally well with flank steak or boneless pork chops for the protein and you can easily change up the veggies and the marinade to fit what you want! Thanks to our friend Tracy for this awesome method!

Servings: 3
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Sue’s Almond Flour “S’muffins”

This is a great alternative to the usual eggs we have for a low-carb breakfast. Bonus! These are gluten- and sugar-free as well! Sue’s favorite is the apple, Jen’s is the blueberry and Jen’s nut-hating 6-year-old LOVES them with chocolate chips! Trust me when I say they’ll never know it’s almond flour!

2 ½ cups blanched […]

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