I am giving away a FREE I-Phone C!!!
I have three and I am giving one of them away! and I got them 2 days before the release date, I wish I could give it away right now because how cool would that have been to be one of the first people in the world to get the iphone c before its officially released but I didnt know these were going to come into my possession until this morning. These will also come with all the paperwork as well that I got when they were given to me. I don’t need 3 phones and I am in a giving mood so one of these will go to one of my lucky followers.
How do you get one?
You MUST reblog this
You MUST be following me (I will check before I give it away)
If this hits 10,000 shares by midnight on Friday (the release date) I will randomly select a blog and send it to them. If this does not hit 10,000 shares by midnight I will wait until it hits 100,000 shares and then do the same thing whenever that date occurs. (no double posting more than 1 a day)
so get sharing!
p.s. I may change this a bit so check back on this post, if I make any changes this post is where I will do it.
Crustless Vegetable Quiche
You’d be forgiven for thinking that I’d fallen off the edge of the world…. along with my computer! It has been such a long time since my last blog post that even tumblr has sent me a reminder - I’ve never had that before!!
The truth is, it was just too nice a summer to spend all my time in the kitchen. I have been cooking of course, but my creations were simpler, speedier and less interesting, so that I could get back outside to soak up that vitamin D we all enjoyed during July and August.
It was also the long school summer holidays - which as every mum knows, is a pretty full on event. Constant entertainment is required - and if it’s not, there is fighting and bickering. If I’m on the computer I feel guilty for ignoring my children and the increasingly late bedtimes meant that I seriously only had about an hour to myself in the evenings before I had to start thinking about bed myself! And before you know it, 6 weeks has passed!
It was a bitter sweet holiday period. As I posted previously, we had a great 2 week break in Somerset with my parents - it’s the first time my mum has been able to do anything this year due to her surgery and radiotherapy and it was just so nice to be together and cherish the fact that she is still here, looking and feeling healthy and well. Have I told you that she’s lost 2 stone by following a grain free diet? If any proof were needed that this works - she is living it! Joint pains, heart flutters, indigestion, lack of energy….all a thing of the past. Which is why it all seemed so crazy that she could look and feel so good and still be diagnosed with breast cancer!
In contrast, towards the end of August we received the sad news that my gorgeous Aunty Linda had tragically passed away - unexpectedly and at home, alone. Unfortunately it transpired that she had been on a cocktail of medications for various ailments, conditions and side effects from her prescription drugs. Statins, opioids, anti depressants - the willy nilly drug pushing that is the American medical system. I had a whirlwind 4 day trip to the US to attend her funeral and support my mum at this shitty time. On visiting my Aunt’s house to embark upon the sad task of going through her affairs, it became pretty clear to me that her diet had been the antithesis of what I try to adhere to. Her cupboard and freezer was stocked full of microwave meals, processed bottles, sauces and canned goods. She had been unable to cook fresh food due to her deteriorating health and was probably extremely deficient in nutrients and suffering from chronic inflammation as a result of her diet. Some of that medication could have been avoided if only a holistic and natural approach was taken by mainstream Doctors to our health. But of course that doesn’t line the pockets of the pharmaceutical companies, so that will never happen. It makes me all the more determined to make sure I do everything I can for myself and my family to avoid chronic Western disease. It’s not difficult, we just have got to go back to basics. Cook from scratch, use fresh, local ingredients, eat real food. Yes it takes longer but isn’t your health and the health of your loved ones worth it? Think about it. (I know I’m preaching to the converted here!)
So onto today’s long awaited post. As we’re talking about health – I better make this a super healthful recipe – so this yummy vegetable quiche is a perfect specimen, for meat eaters and vegetarians alike.
And I promise to post another recipe very very soon!
This is a fairly loose recipe – feel free to add / subtract ingredients according to preference. You are only limited by the size of your dish!!
1 red onion
A good handful of green beans – quartered
1/2 red pepper
1/2 orange pepper
5 or 6 stalks of tender stem broccoli cut into even chunks
1 leek, washed, sliced length ways and chopped
2 tbsps cream
2 heaped desert spoons pesto (preferably homemade – see my earlier post)
2 tbsps snipped chives
2 tbsps parsley
Large knob of butter / coconut oil
1 tbsp EVOO
Handful of grated red Leicester or cheddar cheese
Salt and pepper
Grease pie dish with butter or coconut oil & preheat oven to gas 180.
Sautee onion and leeks in butter until translucent
Add other vegetables and a good glug of olive oil. Allow to brown but not overcook.
Meanwhile, beat eggs with cream, pesto, cheese, herbs and seasoning.
Spread vegetables into the bottom of the dish and pour the egg mixture over, stir gently to combine and raise vegetables through mixture.
Bake in the oven for 50 mins. Sprinkle over the cheese 10 mins before the end.
We’re excited to announce that we now stock the 3-in-1 Turning Slicer. The tool that makes Zucchini Noodles in seconds. Available in our shop now http://www.wodnut.com/paleo/3-in-1-turning-slicer.html #newproduct #vegetalspiralizer #vegetablespiraliser #paleonoodles #zucchininoodles #musthavetool #chefavenue #3in1slicer #vegetableslicer #wodnut #paleo #potatonoodles
Man these things were delicious. The darker ones are angus beef, the lighter ones were grass-fed turkey. Not going to lie, the turkey was my favorite, so juicy and tender. Mmmm mmmm. And if you’re wondering, the recipe…
1 lb. of beef. (preferable grass-fed), 1/4 glass of coconut milk, 1/2 cup of sauteed bell peppers and onions, pepper, and parsley. Mash it all up together in a bowl (I stirred with hands…YES THEY WERE CLEAN TOO) while the oven preheats at 400 degrees. Put the bacon in the muffin pans and then fill them up with the meat. This will make about five small loaves. Cook for thirty minutes.
NOTE** Be careful, the grease from mine was overflowing out of the pans so I had to put another pan underneath it to prevent the grease from hitting the bottom of the oven and making our smoke alarms going off.
And I ate these bad boys with some sweet potato fries. Huzzah.
For recipe go to our Facebook page, notes section. #wodnut #paleo #Sweetpotatotunacakes