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Introducing FFXIV: ARR Primal Sticker sheets!! 

Each 4.25″x5.5″ sheet contains a kiss-cut Primal, a kiss-cut word bubble with quote, and 2 self-cut entities from each of their Trials. They have a nice vinyl-like feel!

They’re for sale at FANIME 2015 artist alley!! I will not be there but my boyfriend brokentrain will be selling them for me at his table!!

I would have liked to do more than just these 4, but there’s just… so many primals now….

They’ll also be for sale at AX 2015! I may or may not have time to make a Good King Moggle Mog XII sheet by then.

A Week of Paleo Meals (Shopping List + Meal Plan!)

(Image courtesy of Kimberley Hasselbrink/The Kitchn)

I get this request at least a few times a week: Can you tell me exactly how to shop, plan, and cook a week of easy, delicious, and budget-friendly Paleo meals? Well, at long last, your wish is my command! I recently partnered with the fine folks at The Kitchn to put together a game plan for you.

You can access the meal plan, recipes, and shopping list by visiting The Kitchn!

What’s on the menu, you ask?

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Recipe Rewind: My Sister’s Green Chicken (Make-Ahead & Freeze Version)

Have you tried My Sister’s Phenomenal Grilled Green Chicken? Of all the poultry recipes on my site, it runs a close second to my crowd-pleasing Cracklin’ Chicken in popularity. While reasonable minds may disagree, I think my sister’s Thai-inspired, umami-packed roast chicken would win in a head-to-head taste test. As Lil-O told one of his skeptical friends, “Green Chicken might sound gross, but it’s super good.” Plus, I recently learned (through kitchen experimentation!) that you can and should make a double batch of Green Chicken ’cause you can freeze half of it for a future meal. If you’re keeping score, that’s another point for Green Chicken!

Last Wednesday, I was tasked with making several batches of Fiona’s Green Chicken for a video shoot. Henry was out of town on business, and even with the addition of two extra mouths to feed (our pals Sidney and Matthew), I still found myself with a bunch of extra chicken on my hands. What’s a gal with THREE family-size batches of chicken to do?

Answer: Roast two giant trays of chicken. Eat one, and refrigerate the rest of the cooked chicken for quick breakfasts and lunches over the next couple of days. As for the uncooked chicken still marinating in a storage bag, squeeze out any extra air, seal up the bag tightly, and toss it in the freezer for future food emergencies.

And guess what? It didn’t take long for a food emergency to arise.

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Homemade Gatorade Recipe

INGREDIENTS

  • ¼ cup of freshly squeezed organic lime juice
  • ¼ cup freshly squeezed organic lemon juice
  • 1 ½ to 2 cups fresh water, depending on how strong you want the flavor
  • 1/8 teaspoon of Himalayan sea salt
  • 2 tablespoons raw organic honey, to taste

DIRECTIONS

Toss everything into a food blender and blend until the honey is dissolved, or just use some elbow grease and blend it by hand. Pour yourself a tall glass, drop in a few ice cubes, and enjoy.

Podcast Episode 5: Desperation Dinners!


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It’s time for the next installment of the Nom Nom Paleo Podcast!

Picture it: You finally get home after a long day at work, school, or just lying around the house, and you don’t feel like cooking dinner. I totally know where you’re coming from, because I feel the same way most days of the week. Luckily for my family, I’ve figured out how to get food on the table ASAP. In Episode 5 of our podcast, I’ll share my favorite tips and tricks to keep you well nourished—even when you’re totally unmotivated. No more falling face first into a bowl of cereal!

Show Notes & Links for Episode 5:

What We Ate:

I reveal the blend of seasonings I love to sprinkle on my daily dose of crispy fried eggs. Big-O chats with his younger brother about his love of camarones al ajillo, Mexican-style garlic shrimp. And Lil-O throws Henry under the bus by revealing one of his regular non-Paleo indulgences.

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Difference between Sympathy and Empathy

Something to think about.