Spicy, Not Too Spicy, Taco Meat

When I remember things as a child I’m always 10. So...one day, when I was 10, one or both of my brothers came home from The McCoy’s house (the McCoy’s were a company of 5 brothers that lived around the corner from us during the 80’s and 90’s) raving about the burritos their mom made for dinner. They impressed on my mother that she had to make this for dinner one day. My brothers relayed what the dinner had consisted of and she translated. There was also a little back and forth between my brothers and The McCoy’s on how to wrap the burrito. Did we get it right? Probably not even close but it drove a new family tradition in our home. Below is basically what we came up with and ate for years af

Turmeric Honey Salad Dressing

Turmeric has proven itself for thousands of years as a natural anti-inflammatory. If you read about it in the news or health blogs it seems like it’s the newest thing! Either way turmeric is pretty easy to add to your everyday health routine. A teaspoon to a smoothie, a sprinkle in your soup, a dash in your ground meat or meat substitute and in your homemade salad dressings! This salad dressing is creamy and savory with a touch of honey for taste and added health benefits. The garlic is no joke too. It’s subtle in taste but it’s there to remind you that it has its own anti-oxidant properties. This has been so good on any raw green salad and last night I put it on roasted beets! Sooo good! In

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