Roasted Carrots and Swiss Chard

These two recipes will conclude the first series of Movie Night Noms.  I like to break up the recipes so they’re not all in one post, but I’m curious if other people like this format. Comment if you have an opinion about it – otherwise I’ll assume this is fine. Roasted carrots are stupid easy…

Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

Who doesn’t love mashed taters and gravy?  They go with everything, especially giant loaves of meat.  They’re really very simple, but everyone always has their own version of mashed potatoes that they swear by.  This is a pretty basic recipe, but just like the meatloaf, it can be augmented to be any other form of…

Spaghetti Squash with Ground Turkey

I used to loooooooooove eating pasta.  I could eat noodles all day e’ryday.  I’d have Top Ramen for breakfast, buttered noodles for lunch, and spaghetti for dinner.  That’s kind of how I ended up with the figure I used to have. Now I find way to sneak in more veggies in place of noodles and…

Roasted Chicken Dinner 3: Roasted Fennel and Green Beans

K, so I’m wrapping these last two bits into the same post between they’re relatively simple.  One more time, here’s that pic again since I’m lame and forgot to take individual shots. (Maybe I’ll add in some pics after the next time I make these. I have them in regular rotation at the moment). Fennel…

Roasted Chicken Dinner 2: Sweet Potato Hash

OMG.  Guys.  Sweet Potato Hash is THE NOMS.  Use this for Thanksgiving and thank me later.  Who needs candied sweet potatoes?  *PICS UPDATED*    Sweet Potato Hash 4 Sweet Potatoes 1 pkg (12 oz) Applewood Smoked Uncured Bacon 1 medium yellow onion Fresh Thyme salt, pepper, nutmeg, cinnamon Chop your onion and slice your bacon….

Waffle Iron Hashbrowns

OMG, I frakking *LOVE* hashbrowns!!!  I don’t have them a lot, but they’re actually one of the reasons I could never be strictly paleo for an extended period of time.  And when I make them at home, I do it in the waffle iron. Wait.  WUT? Yeah, I said waffle iron.  It’s not really a…