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Almost Irish Stew (gluten & nightshade free)

This comforting take on Irish Stew from https://meatified.com is as rich as the original, but skips the gluten & nightshades. A delicious one pot meal to warm you from the inside out.

When your heritage is a mix of English & Irish like mine… you’ll find that a lot of the classic comfort food you crave is the yummy to eat, but near impossible to photograph kind. Brown food. It’s the kitchen song of my people. And this Irish Stew is no exception. But it is deceptively […]

Carrot Cake Oatmeal with Maple Frosting

This oatless carrot cake oatmeal from https://meatified.com is the next best thing to starting your day with cake. It's warmly spiced, flecked with raisins & has just a hint of maple.

Full disclosure: this carrot cake oatmeal is one of my signature, sneaky oatless oatmeals with hidden & non-detectable secret veggies! In this case, there are two different vegetables masquerading as grains: spaghetti squash for texture and carrots, because carrot cake oatmeal. You may not believe me, but: you would never know about the veggies if […]

Spicy & Sticky Ginger Peach Chicken Wings

A messy fingered take on sweet and sticky peach chicken wings from https://meatified.com with plenty of spice, but no nightshades. Great for game day or potlucks!

I never thought I’d find myself making wings after The Sporting Event That Shall Not Be Named, but here we are with these peach chicken wings taking center stage! Since my As-American-As-They-Come husband is also contrarily an avowed Despiser Of Chicken Wings, he agreed to humor me making these Almost Naked Chicken Wings for the […]

Creamy Shrimp Piccata with Lemon Caper Sauce & Spinach

This dairy free cream sauce from https://meatified.com has the punchy flavors of piccata, paired with shrimp & spinach for a one pan meal that's perfect for date or week nights!

So I’ll admit that this shrimp piccata is a bit of a stretch, since there’s no dredging, frying or making a pan sauce involved as with it’s typical chicken-y cousin. But this take on the classic lemon, caper & parsley combination is, might I suggest, even easier and possibly even more decadent than the original. […]