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Bacon Fried Chicken

Since I was a child I have always enjoyed homemade fried chicken.  I used to request for my birthday meal when I was growing up.  So once when went onto GAPS diet and grain-free I never thought I would be able to find a replacement.  But I did and I think it is even better.  No carb crashing involved with this fried chicken either.  You will definitely need quite a bit of prep time to make this meal but it is worth it.   We usually use both white and dark meat with this.  2 breasts and 2 thighs is usually enough for 4 people.  You will need the following for your breading mixture: 1.5 Cup Almond Flour 1 Cup...

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Smoked Salmon

This is a good one to do any time of the year.  We found a family that owns a fishing boat in Alaska and they live in Breckenridge for parts of the year.  They sell some really good salmon that they catch.  We usually by one or two cases of them a year.  It is a little cheaper than buying at the store but you will have to have a freezer to keep it in.  Smoking a salmon requires a bit of prep.  It will take about 2 days to get the side of salmon ready.  First put a large piece of tin foil onto a sheet tray with sides and then top it with plastic wrap.  This isn't absolutely...

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Grilled Salmon with Sweet and Savory Hash

Grilling fish can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be.  Salmon is my favorite fish to grill.  It holds up great and tastes wonderful with grill marks.  Keep it simple and just season the fish with salt and pepper.  Oil the fish well on all sides and then cover with salt and pepper.  Once oiled and seasoned set aside and start the sweet and savory hash. For the hash you will need: 4-6 Yellow Squash (medium diced) 1 Red Onion (julienne) 1 Green Apple (peeled, cored, and diced) 2 Garlic (minced) 1 medium container of Spinach (1/2 lb.) 1 tbsp. Fresh Thyme Chicken Broth or Water In large sauté pan add some oil of your choice.  I prefer coconut...

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