Fri, 2 December 2011
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Tortilla Wrap (Without the Tortilla!) by Gary Drisdelle
One large head of leaf lettuce or romaine lettuce
1 cup of Shredded organic cheese
1 ea Diced red and yellow peppers
1 Diced cucumbers
4 Shredded carrots
1/4 Diced red cabbage
One large lightly fried onions
2 Sliced Avocados
Medium size jar of organic salsa sauce
Small tub of organic sour cream
6 Scrambled eggs
Pre wash and dry the lettuce
Lay out all ingredients in separate dishes on table each with own spoon
Pile leafs of washed lettuce on separate plate
About 8 servings
Kids love this! You can go wild with this and add just about anything. If you are vegetarian, add more veggies and make a guacamole as an additional binder.
Tossed Spice Chicken Thighs by Hunter Copeland
1 pound of chicken thighs (works w/ chicken legs)
melted butter or coconut oil
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Pat the chicken legs dry. Brush with either melted butter or coconut oil and sprinkle with each spice. You may vary them depending on your taste preferences. We have tried it with different spices and diffeent amounts. It is good regardless. Sage and rosemary work well. Bake the chicken in a shallow baking dish and when you notice liquid flowing from it, baste the droppings back over the top of the chicken. Also,this recipes isn't as good with breast meat. Use the fattier chicken parts -thighs or legs.
Fri, 18 November 2011
Today Jimmy and Mindy are joined by Scott Milford and Jerome Biggars as they discuss getting cheesed off by cheese, pizza as a vegetable and much more! So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and sit a spell on our Virtual Porch as we chew the fat on another great episode of Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore and Friends!
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1 pound ground beef
2 tablespoons onion, chopped
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 cup spaghetti sauce
8 ounces cream cheese
1/8 teaspoon pepper
10 ounces frozen chopped spinach, thawed & drained
4 ounces mozzarella cheese, shredded
2 tablespoons parmesan cheese (I used the kind in a can)
Brown the hamburger with the onion; drain off the fat. Mix in the
garlic powder and spaghetti sauce; season to taste and heat until
bubbly. Meanwhile, soften the cream cheese in a medium-size
microwaveable bowl for about 40-60 seconds. Stir until creamy; beat in
the egg and pepper with a spoon until well mixed. Blend in the
spinach. Spread half of the meat mixture evenly in the bottom of a
greased, 8 x 8″ glass baking pan. Spread the spinach mixture over the
meat; top with the mozzarella, then the rest of the meat. It may not
completely cover the top, but that’s ok. Sprinkle with the parmesan
cheese. Bake at 350º about 30 minutes until hot and bubbly. Or, cover
with plastic wrap and vent one corner then microwave on HIGH for 3
minutes; then reduce to MEDIUM and cook for another 7-10 minutes until
hot and bubbly. Let stand 3 minutes before serving.
Makes 6-9 servings
Can be frozen
Per 1/6 Recipe: 368 Calories; 28g Fat; 23g Protein; 5.5g Carbohydrate;
2g Dietary Fiber; 3.5g Net Carbs
Per 1/8 Recipe: 276 Calories; 21g Fat; 17g Protein; 4g Carbohydrate;
1g Dietary Fiber; 3g Net Carbs
Per 1/9 Recipe: 245 Calories; 19g Fat; 15g Protein; 3.5g Carbohydrate;
1g Dietary Fiber; 2.5g Net Carbs
NOW you CAN cut some of the carbs and calories by using Walden’s Farms
tomato & basil Pasta Sauce which is a zero carb, zero calorie sauce!
Broiled Tilapia Parmesan
• 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
• 1/4 cup butter, softened
• 3 tablespoons mayonnaise
• 1-2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
• 1/4 teaspoon dried basil
• 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
• 1/8 teaspoon onion powder
• 1/8 teaspoon celery salt
• 1/2 teaspoon paprika
• 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
• Old Bay Seasoning to taste
• 2 pounds tilapia fillets
1. Raise oven rack. Preheat broiler.
2. Line bottom of broiler pan with foil. Spray top lightly with Pam olive oil spray.
3. In a small bowl, mix together the Parmesan cheese, butter, mayonnaise, and all seasonings EXCEPT Old Bay Seasoning. Add lemon juice to achieve desired consistency. Mix well and set aside.
4. Arrange fillets top-side up on the prepared pan. Sprinkle top side with Old Bay.
5. Broil a few inches from the heat for 2 1/2 minutes.
6. Flip the fillets over, sprinkle with Old Bay, and broil for 3 more minutes.
7. Remove the fillets from the oven, flip them, and cover them with the Parmesan cheese mixture on the top side.
8. Broil for 2 1/2 more minutes or until the topping is browned and fish flakes easily with a fork. Be careful not to overcook.
Cinnamon Pork Rinds
• Pork rinds
• Olive oil
• Artificial sweetener (granule or powder form)
• 2 Ziploc sandwich bags
1. Pour a little olive oil into a Ziploc sandwich bag. Press out all the air from the bag to ensure that the oil coats the inside of the bag.
2. Open bag and drop in several pieces of pork rinds. Seal the bag and shake until pork rinds are coated. Remove the pork rinds and set aside.
3. Using a clean Ziploc bag, dust the inside of the bag lightly with cinnamon and your artificial sweetener of choice.
4. Drop the oil-coated pork rinds into the bag. Seal and shake bag until the pork rinds coated with cinnamon and artificial sweetener.
Ground Beef (2 lbs)
minced onion (1/2 cup)
beef broth (1 box) I used a low sodium version
Rotel diced tomatos (1 can)
Salsa (1 jar medium and 1/2 jar hot Mama Lupe’s)
Chili Seasoning (1/2 teaspoon)
Cumin (1/2 tablespoon)
Oregeno (1 tablespoon)
Garlic Powder (1/2 tablespoon)
Black Soy Beans (2 cans)
When I serve it up for myself, I like to add a few jalapenos and
grated cheddar cheese on top. Hope you like it!
Fri, 11 November 2011
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Bryan's Pro-Biotic Ginger Bug, a recipe that is super simple and can heal / restore health!
Every day or 2 add the same amount of ginger and sugar (and water as necessary).
This will start to bubble, then you know it's active and consuming the sugar.
You'll be consuming just a tiny fraction of a teaspoon of sugar, but you're getting a healthy dose of probiotics.
This liquid can be used for many many purposes. Even making your own ginger ale (or ginger beer as it is called).
Pizza Peppers by Lynn Weiler
4 large 8 inch banana peppers..washed,topped, cut lengthwise and seeded.
While that is baking, saute some coconut oil or butter in a pan with about a pound of sliced mushrooms and 8 diced roma tomatoes. Add 1.2 t basil and a pinch of oregano, salt and pepper, or what ever spices you love on pizza.
When the peppers some out of the over, put two on a plate, spoon the tomato mixture on top and then cover with parmesan cheese and mozzarella cheese.
Fri, 4 November 2011
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Fri, 28 October 2011
Today Jimmy and Mindy welcome powerlifter Philip "Rockman" Wylie and Karen Phelps of the Paleo Periodical blog as their special guests on episode 29 of Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore And Friends! So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffe and relax as we dive in to a great conversation on our Virtual Porch!
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Fri, 21 October 2011
Today Jimmy and Mindy welcome nutritionist Franziska Spritzler and Low-Carb Mom Wendy McCullough to this week's installment of Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore and Friends! Pull up a chair, grab a cuppa coffee join us on the Virtual Porch as we talk about why "Something is rotten in the state of Denmark" and much more!
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Low Carb Slow Cooked Italian Style Stuffed Peppers
by Wendy McCullough
4 bell peppers, halved, seeds and membranes removed
1 1/2 pounds ground beef
1 cup pork rinds
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese
1/2 cup no sugar added spaghetti sauce
1 clove garlic, minced
1 tsp. Italian seasoning
1/3 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
Place ground beef in bowl. Crush pork rinds to form crumbs and place in bowl with meat. Add Parmesan, spaghetti sauce, garlic, and Italian seasoning. Mix til well combined. Put meat mixture in bell pepper halves and place in crock pot. Sprinkle cheese on top. Cook for about 4 hours on high til peppers are tender and meat is cooked.
by Franziska Spritzler
2 large bunches fresh rosemary
Fri, 14 October 2011
Today, blogger Newell Wright of Inner Carnivore and listener Trey Potter are our gracious guests on Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore and Friends! We have some great recipes today along with our usual topical topics of conversation, so grab a cup of coffee and pull up a chair as we once again relax and chew the fat on our Virtual Porch!
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Mousse au Chocolat Recipe
Mousse au chocolat is a traditional French dessert. I have seen U.S. recipes (like Alton Brown's version) that are nothing like a real French mousse. And guess what? A real French mousse au chocolat is also a fairly low carb treat. Now, this is not a low carb recipe blog, but since I am in Belgium, where I can easily buy 70% or more dark chocolate (which is lower in sugar and high in cocoa butter), I will post one anyway.
The recipe below uses 70% dark chocolate Belgian chocolate (see nutritional information) but you can also make it with 86% dark Belgian chocolate (see nutritional information). Ghiradelli also sells dark chocolate, if you cannot easily find dark Belgian chocolate. But it and other brands (e.g., Lindt) have soy lecithin in it. Whatever brand of dark chocolate you use, make sure cocoa butter is listed on the label. It is found only in high quality chocolate.
Melt the chocolate in a double boiler over water that is simmering, but not boiling. Add butter to the melted chocolate. Note: good Belgian chocolate has a lower melting point than U.S. chocolate and the melted mixture should not be too hot, so it won't cook the egg yolks.
Separate the two eggs. Beat the egg yolks then mix them into the melted chocolate until it is smooth, and without lumps.
Whip the egg whites until stiff peaks form. Gently fold the whites into the chocolate mixture.
Divide into three dishes and refrigerate for three or more hours. Each mousse will have about seven net grams of carbs per serving.
I usually consume fewer than 30 grams of carbs per day, so this would be about a fourth of my daily total. Therefore I would not recommend eating it very often, but it is a nice way to occasionally treat yourself to some dark chocolate, which is high in healthy cocoa butter.
Shrimp Cocktail Sauce
Take 6 to 8 ripe, medium sized tomatoes. Peel and seed the tomatoes.
Pulse the tomatoes in your food processor (but do not puree; leave chunks).
Add 1/4 cup pure horseradish (or perhaps a bit more, if you like more bite to your sauce)
Salt and pepper to taste.
Juice from 1/4 lemon
1 Tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce (optional).
Then stir it all together. Makes about one cup of cocktail sauce for your cold, boiled shrimp. Without using processed and carb-laden ketchup.
We discovered that it tastes better if it has had a while for the flavors to mix, so prepare some a few hours before you need it. And we sometimes needed to put the sauce on the shrimp with a spoon, but it was really good. It also avoided the necessity of making cocktail sauce with ketchup.
Fri, 7 October 2011
Welcome back to the Virtual Porch where Jimmy Moore and Mindy Noxon Ianotti welcome guests Nell Kauls andTina Thomas to chew the fat on Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore and Friends! So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and join us!
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Crustless Spinach Quiche
1 tablespoon butter
1 (10 ounce) bag of frozen spinach (thaw
Fri, 30 September 2011
This week Jimmy and Mindy are joined by Caitlin 'The Grass-fed Girl' Weeks and Justin Bently, the host of Real Food Science on YouTube.
Don't miss this great episode, brought to you by our friends at Skogg Kettlebell System!
Fri, 23 September 2011
Welcome back for another great episode of Low-Carb Conversations With Jimmy Moore and Friends!
Today Jimmy and Mindy are joined by Paleo blogger Badier Velji and MMA athlete Sally Krumdiack. They talk about recent developments in the battle against Childhood Obesity and a great recipe for spaghetti squash with meat sauce. So go grab a cup of coffe, pull up a chair and join us on the Virtual Porch for some great low-carb chin wagging!
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Makes 2-3 normal servings or 1 post-WOD serving
All ingredients are from Trader Joe’s, but any store will do
1 lb grass-fed ground beef
2 tbsp coconut oil (not from TJs, but you can find it at Whole Foods or onlinehere
1 jar Tomatillo and Roasted Yellow Chili Salsa
3 tsp cumin
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/4 tsp salt
dash of oregano
1 spaghetti squash
Poke a number of holes into the spaghetti squash with a fork to release pressure while cooking. Put the squash in the microwave for 15 minutes, rotating every 3.
At the same time, brown the ground beef on medium in a skillet with 3 tbsp of coconut oil. When the beef is halfway done, add the cumin, pepper, salt and oregano. Finish browning the beef, turn the heat to low, and add the jar of salsa. Let this simmer for an additional 5-10 minutes until it thickens.
When the spaghetti squash is done, remove it from the microwave (carefully, it will be hot). Slice off the end caps and cut in half length wise. With a fork, remove the seeds and fibers from the center. Again with a fork, scrape the remaining squash into a new container. Here, you can choose to continue cooking the squash in the microwave with additional oil for 15 more minutes, or pan fry it. The consistency should be soft with a slight crunch to it.
When done, the beef can be served on the bed of squash or mixed together, either hot or cold.