Grilled Peach and Rum Chutney

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  One of the great things about this time of year is taking advantage of summer’s bounty. As the weeks and months march on towards fall there is an ever-changing cornucopia of sumptuous fare to enjoy. With baskets of fresh peaches juicy, ripe and priced to move; recipes featuring their natural sweetness are a must.…

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In the ‘Que

Organic grass-fed Wagyu beef rubbed down with some BBQ spices

Here’s some organic, grass fed Wagyu beef getting in the  ‘Que! After an overnight dip in the brine it receives a pat down with Doc’s BBQ rub. While that rests we’re making the special sauce for tomorrow. Here you go!! Chipotle Huckleberry Barbecue Sauce 4 Tbs unsalted butter 1 1/2 cups finely chopped onions 6…

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Summer, Time of the Green Goddess.

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We have had several requests for the Green Goddess dressing posted up the other day. So here it is! Easy and  scrumptious; it’s a perfect complement to that garden fresh veg… Avocado and Roasted Garlic Green Goddess Dressing Ingredients: 2 avocados 3 chopped scallions, white and green parts 1 cup chopped fresh basil leaves (about…

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Welcome Summertime

Gazpacho

Ultimate Summer Gazpacho Roasting the vegetables adds a layer of smokiness and subtle sweetness to this summer classic. The watermelon enhances that background sweetness; and all this is balanced by the gentle heat of the peppers, ginger and adobo sauce and the tartness of the vinegar. Wonderfully appealing, this version of a summer classic showcases…

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Irish Whisky S’mores Tart

Irish Whiskey S'mores Tart

Now, what better for St. Patrick’s Day than to take those Ancient Grains Grahams and make an Irish Whiskey S’more Tart?   Marshmallows  2 egg whites 1 tsp vanilla 1/2 cup raw cane sugar 1 tbsp powdered Marshmallow (root)*   Pulse the sugar in a food processor. Whip egg whites until almost stiff. Add vanilla…

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Ancient Grains Graham Style Crackers

Ancient Grains Graham Style Crackers

St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner. We have an delightful sweet treat coming up. Step one is mighty scrumptious all by its lonesome. Ancient Grains Graham Style Crackers This makes about a dozen ¼ inch thick, 2 inch diameter crackers, depending on how thick you roll the dough out. ½  cup emmer flour 1 ¼…

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Forecast: Chilli Today (National Chilli Day-Vegetarian Chilli)

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No matter how you spell it, or the version you like, it’s delicious! It is even more so with the mercury falling. This version is a scrumptious vegetarian version but makes a tremendous base for meat lovers; just add the browned meat or poultry of your choice! Ingredients 2 tbsp olive oil 1 cup chopped onion…

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Grassroots Grub

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People are always asking; “Hey Doc, on your program for metabolic health; if I can’t eat modern wheat, junk food, fast food and you minimize fried and processed foods  what kind of food can I eat?” How about this: Pasture raised grass fed beef thinly sliced, seasoned and seared. Pile that on a fresh heirloom tomato…

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What You Want Is Not What You Knead

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As part of Dr. Mike’s 30 day plan towards metabolic health that we introduced last month was the avoidance of modern wheat.  However, as we also pointed out that does not mean that you need to give up the tasty pleasure and nutritional benefits associated with the consumption of certain grains.  In our program, we…

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Butternut, Sage & Tarragon Lobster Pasta

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By popular request, here is the Valentine’s Day Recipe; made in the wilds of Montana in a little log cabin by the Yellowstone River… ·         1 small to medium grilled or roasted butternut squash ·         1 Tbs. olive oil ·         2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice ·         1 pound Italian dried pasta ·         1  medium (1.5-2.0…

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