Chicken A La Hell Yes

Chicken A La Hell Yes

Share Tweet Idea for dinner tonight: Chicken A La Hell Yes Chicken: I prepared 2 chicken breasts with different rubs on each. For one I used a citrus marinade and cilantro. For the other I used basil, apple cider vinegar and lemon (my fav). Bake for 30 min at 425 degree heat. Brussels: Cook bacon in pan. When done, throw in brussels sprouts, onion and garlic into same pan. Cut up bacon into small pieces and add to brussels when they are starting to brown (this usually takes 10-15 minutes on medium heat). Sautee for another 5-10 minutes. Chicken topping: tomato cilantro balsamic olive oil chopped garlic                     Items you might need:...
Jefferson Curls

Jefferson Curls

Impromptu Jefferson Curl My first time so will def get better with practice.‪#‎sharethemovement‬. Great for spinal mobility and posterior chain tension! Share Tweet Impromptu Jefferson curl- my first time so will def get better with practice. #sharethemovement Posted by Result Cult on Saturday, August 22,...
Baked Salmon and Brussels in Curry Sauce

Baked Salmon and Brussels in Curry Sauce

Share Tweet I out-did myself last night Baked Salmon with a homemade glaze balsamic/tomato/avocado/basil dressing (click for our recipe) and then Brussels cooked in a curry sauce!     Baked Salmon Recipe: 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees 2. Prepare baked salmon by putting it on foil on baking sheet. Top salmon with 1 tbsp grass fed butter, 3 basil leaves, garlic, black pepper and balsamic glaze 3. Bake salmon for 25-30 minutes. During this time mix dressing: Cut tomatoes into halves and throw into bowl. Next add 1/4 avocado, 5 fresh chopped basil leaves, balsamic + oil dressing, black pepper 4. When salmon is done, put dressing on top Brussels in Curry Recipe: 1. Sauté brussels, onion and garlic in coconut oil for 10 minutes. 2. Add curry soup (organic Amy’s brand) 3. Cook on medium heat until Brussels are softened and browned (about 20 minutes)   Get Organic Amy’s brand soup here  ...
Homemade Balsamic Dressing

Homemade Balsamic Dressing

Share Tweet My first go at making my own balsamic dressing. Easy! My biggest frustration has always been the use of canola oil (usually the main ingredient of dressings- even organic) and preservatives in all popular and organic dressings!!! Why wasn’t I doing this before??                           Ingredients: Olive oil 1 1/4 cup olive oil 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar Organic chopper garlic Fresh black pepper Pinch of salt Be careful, if you put it in the fridge the ingredients can coagulate! Michelle Richards is a movement specialist and foodie....
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