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  8. Shu Han Lee
    Shu Han Lee at |

    haha i know what you mean, i find myself returning to comfort foods, but i try to do at least one or two new things a week just to keep things fresh! 😉

  9. Kath (My Funny Little Life)
    Kath (My Funny Little Life) at |

    I’m very much into simple dishes, and I can eat the same things over and over again, if I ike them! Your dishes look the way that I could live on them for sure! 😀 And wow – a whole roasted chicken is another dish that puts me into awe-mode. 😉

    Would you like to join my Solidarity for Japan project? And cook a Japanese dish, perhaps? There are a lot of Paleo compatible Japanese dishes, like teriyaki chicken or spinach with sesame sauce or Japanese beef stew. 🙂 And sashimi, of course. Doesn’t even need cooking. 😀

    1. Jos
      Jos at |

      I’d love to join your Solidarity for Japan project..just need to think of some dishes to make 😛

      1. Kath (My Funny Little Life)
        Kath (My Funny Little Life) at |

        That would be great, thank you so much! And it doesn’t have to be 100 % according to the original recipe, you can of course adjust. Leave the sugar awar, exchange ingredients, add veggies, etc. It just should still be Japanese style in the end. 🙂

  10. leashieloo
    leashieloo at |

    I have a tendency to repeat myself, it’s kind of comforting!

    1. Jos
      Jos at |

      That’s totally me as well 🙂

  11. Ameena
    Ameena at |

    I definitely eat mostly the same things each day – if it isn’t broken why fix it, right? But truthfully, my food is always a last minute decision so it’s easier to stick with the usual things.

    The cauliflower looks amazing!

  12. LeQuan
    LeQuan at |

    i love costco’s rotisserie chicken, not too dry, yet perfectly rotisseried. yours looks perfectly done as well. this post is making me hungry.

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