EVEN THE FATHER OF FAT PHOBIA SAID YOU SHOULD EAT THIS ONCE A WEEK!

Liver, Bacon, and Onions

UPDATE: it turns out that Keys was WRONG about that too! https://www.carbwarscookbooks.com/eureka/  Eureka! https://www.carbwarscookbooks.com/eureka-part-2/  What Changed? https://www.carbwarscookbooks.com/eureka-part-3/  To Everything There is a Season…   Even Ancel Keys, the father of fat phobia and inventor of the “Mediterranean” diet (1.), advised eating liver once a week because the Cretans, one of the two most healthy groups in his Seven Countries Study, were very fond of organ meats. (Contrary…

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PAN SEARED SCALLOPS WITH HOT SALAD

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PAN SEARED SCALLOPS WITH HOT SALAD I absolutely love this recipe. Sometimes I make a double batch of just the hot salad to serve as a side dish.  INGREDIENTS For Dressing: 2 tbsp red wine vinegar 1 tbsp water 2 tsp sesame oil Sugar substitute to equal 1 tsp sugar Salt and pepper to taste For Salad: 1 cup finely…

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BAVARIAN SAUERKRAUT AND CHOUCROUTE GARNI

Even children will love sauerkraut when it is prepared this way. The bacon, apple, and onion make it surprisingly sweet and mellow. Use it as a vegetable or side dish, or layer it with a variety of smoked meats, such as ham, smoked pork chops, hot dogs, or sausages to make the classic French one-pot meal called, Choucroute Garni. If you…

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WHAT WOULD YOU GET IF YOU COMBINED THE WORLD’S TASTIEST FOOD WITH THE MOST HEALTHFUL?

I’m taking about bacon and fish, in case you didn’t guess. If you have family members who don’t like fish, this might just convert them. (Squeeze the lemon over it before serving and tell them it’s sea bacon.) Kippered Herring Imagine bacon made of fish; that’s kippered herring. The whole fish are split from head to tail, soaked in brine then…

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BACON WRAPPED ONION RINGS

Bacon Wrapped Onion Rings 2 by Judy Barnes Baker

I guarantee that you will have no left-overs. No matter how many I make, it is never enough!  Ingredients: 2 large white onions, 3 and 1/2- to 4-inches in diameter 1 and 1/2 pounds sugar-free bacon (24 slices), regular, not thick sliced Freshly-ground black pepper to taste Directions: Peel onions down far enough to remove all the tough, thin, outer…

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ROASTED CAULIFLOWER WITH BACON, LEMON PEEL, CHILIES, AND OLIVES

Cauliflower is a staple in the low-carb/high-fat community, where it is used to fill the void where the potatoes, rice, or pasta used to be. Here’s proof that it can outshine its starchy counterparts. It doesn’t have to imitate anything and it certainly doesn’t need to be boring! ROASTED CAULIFLOWER WITH BACON, LEMON PEEL, CHILIES, AND OLIVES Move over, ho-hum…

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HOME FRIES AND FAUX POTATOES

HOME FRIES, (c) 2012, JUDY BARNES BAKER HOME FRIES This can be a lifesaver for a meat and potatoes man (or woman).  Recipe from Nourished; a Cookbook for Health, Weight Loss, and Metabolic Balance. 4 slices bacon (3¼ ounce or 93 grams) 2½ cups (15½ ounces) Rutabaga Faux Potatoes (See following recipe.) ½ cup (2½ ounces) peeled and chopped onion Salt…

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RETHINKING BACON AND THE BEST WAY TO COOK IT

Cooking bacon in oven   Ready to eat It seems we just can’t resist bacon. Sales for bacon have held steady in spite of the fact that most people believe it is the most dangerous of all foods. It is a guilty pleasure that borders on addiction and the Kryptonite that has weakened the resolve of many a vegetarian. The…

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CRISP-BRAISED CHICKEN THIGHS WITH SPROUTED BEANS AND PUMPKIN SEEDS

Crisp-Braised Chicken Thighs with Sprouted Beans & Pumpkin Seeds 4 servings The classic French pairing of duck confit and lentils inspired this dish of crispy-skinned, succulent chicken thighs atop a savory combo of sprouted beans and sautéed pumpkin seeds. Inexpensive chicken thighs cook up moist and tender and the gluten-free, grain-free, low-carb side rivals the original starchy version for depth…

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