Friday, January 25, 2013

Unrolled Cabbage Casserole Link Love

We had this for dinner last night, after my husband told me he wasn't a cabbage fan he asked for seconds. Definitely putting it in the weekly rotation until we get sick of it.

Minor changes I made: I used a mix of grass-fed beef and pork sausage and I omitted the sugar from the tomato sauce and didn't use the cinnamon since the hubby is allergic.

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  1. It's on my menu for this week! I'll let you know how the hubby likes it--thanks again for the recipes you've shared with me this week :)

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    1. Let me know if you guys like them!

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  2. Thanks so much for sharing this--that site looks awesome. Have definitely bookmarked it and am going through the recipes when I have time. I am new to a Paleo-ish diet and need recipes!--although ours is a high fat, moderate protein rather than the more typical low-fat, high protein of Paleo... but still low in fruit, sugar, and no grains! I love it. Lots of grass-fed butter and coconut oil. Mmm. Husband has been following Dave Asprey's Bulletproof Diet http://www.bulletproofexec.com/the-complete-illustrated-one-page-bulletproof-diet/ and has lost 15 pounds and is looking very buff =) All about the grass-fed beef, too!!

    P.S. Was great meeting you on Saturday--I've been really enjoying your blog posts! Thanks for coming!!
    P.P.S. I loved your goal about photos for 2013... when you're desperate, you can always pop in an Instagram, especially of food! ;)

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    1. Paleo is actually high fat as well. The bulletproof diet looks great. Dave Asprey has some great looking recipes!
      Did you guys find a local source for beef? I can only find grassfed ground beef.
      I really like the health bent site although some of their recipes I tweek to my liking.
      I am thinking I might invest in a camera this year, in the mean time I'm trying to practice these tips http://www.grumblesandgrunts.com/2013/01/how-to-best-iphone-camera-tips-tricks.html?m=1

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