Easy Garlic Broiled Chicken


I am making this right now and the delicious smells are making everyone slobber. It has only been in the oven for like five minutes and packs of stray dogs and teenagers are hanging out in front of the windows trying to catch a peek into the kitchen… I made this soy sauce shit and poured it all over some chicken thighs. I left the skin on so it will become crispy and super awesome. DO IT RIGHT NOW.


Nancyelle’s Cheese Crust Pizza


I have no idea who Nancyelle is, but Linda’s site is boss. And this is one of the best crust recipes ever, hands down. Don’t let people try to fool you with their cauliflower this and zucchini that. If you’re worried about whether eating a gigantic platter of cheese is good for you… yes, it is.

Oopsie Rolls


This is a low carb staple for many people who have tried Atkins or accessed a web forum ever. In fact, this is probably the only bread substitute worth trying. The author of this website, known as “Cleochatra” in some interwebs circles, took Dr. Atkin’s “revolution rolls” and made it into something sublime. Go. Click on the page. See how it looks draped coyly on the innards of a Baconator like some sexy, egg-encrusted piece of lingerie.

tomato sauce, because butter!


This is a recipe for tomato sauce originally posted on Smitten Kitten. I haven’t made it yet, but I will, because butter. Also, a friend has already tried it and said lots of words about how great it is. And it’s being passed around Facebook, which we all know means it’s legit.

When you click on it, you will see a picture of some sauce on some pasta. But you don’t have to put it on pasta! I’m sure you can imagine your own low-carb uses for a delicious tomato sauce, but here are some applications anyway:

on eggs (because ketchup is gross, and full of sugar).

on low-carb pizza with a crust made of cauliflower, zucchini, or chicken breast, or cheese.

drizzled over chicken, under a layer of melted cheese.

enveloping shiritaki noodles.

rainbow veggie salad with peanut butter dressing


Here is a secret: this salad is the only thing that matters. THE ONLY THING. Even if you don’t like or don’t have some of the veggies she lists, do this for the dressing alone. I did it with chunky Skippy for an extra dose of peanutty zazz. But I think next time I buy vegetables I might try to achieve all of the salad elemnets, just because the photos look so amazing and a rainbow salad would make me so happy.

Another secret: this girl’s blog is amazing and if you do not like it you’re just fooling yourself.