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Rosemary Garlic Hasselback Zucchini with Bacon

I recently moved into a new apartment and I was reminded how moving is, like, just about the worst thing a first world person has to live through on occasion. The packing, the taping, the heaving and hauling (ok, I had movers. But still.), the unpacking, the unpacking, the unpacking… unpacking takes me forever. But…

Homemade Garlic Bread

You know those meals that just need a side of garlic bread to make them complete? It’s like, they just don’t feel right unless there’s a crispy piece of warm garlic bread next to them. Here’s my own personal rundown: Spaghetti and Meatballs (and other pasta dishes) Lasagna (and other casserole-type dishes) Chili (and thick…

Slow Cooker Garlic Chicken (For Garlic Lovers!)

Tender, garlicky chicken is served with a heap of mushrooms and tomatoes to give this meal the feel of a rustic stew. The recipe makes a hearty chicken dinner hat is easy and tasty. Turn on the slow cooker and go about your business the rest of the day, then come home to a delicious…

Paleo Garlic Breadsticks (Just Don’t Eat Them All Yourself)

I would not recommend that you start making breadsticks every week or anything; that’s not the point to following the Paleo diet. But this is a great recipe to have around for special occasions. Perhaps serve some garlic breadsticks alongside spaghetti squash pasta with meat sauce. The breadsticks are perfect for mopping up any extra…

Easy Mashed Cauliflower with Garlic (Yummy!)

At our last get-together, I even tricked my family into eating mashed cauliflower instead of potatoes. They loved it. This is not just a dish for people eating Paleo, it is for everyone. Serve it in lieu of potatoes to lighten up your next meal. To start this recipe, you heat up the oven and…

Rosemary Beets with Garlicky Kale

The most fascinating thing about these vegetables is that they are just as healthy as they are beautiful. They’re chock full of magnesium, fiber, vitamins A, B, and C, iron, phosphorus, potassium, beta carotene, and folic acid. They’re also known as a blood purifier and a liver detoxifier. A fun fact: the beet greens are…

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