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The comfort foods I'm cooking this week!

Hey Blue!

For the past few months, every time I check the news when I wake up—I cringe. There's been so many natural disasters and senseless violence occurring in the world around us. 

Although it's easy to tune out each tragedy or become immune to it, that's not how I want to live or raise my kids. It's important to feel deeply and figure out ways to help.

There are so many things you can do when you feel helpless: donate to charities, give blood, volunteer at your local food bank, call your representative, be open-minded, and start meaningful discussions with your neighbors. Just decide to do something, instead of being paralyzed by fear or, worse, apathy.

Besides taking action, another thing I've committed to doing is feeding my family with healthy comfort food. Some of my favorite home-cooked family-friendly meals that are simple and delicious include:

Kalua Pig (slow cooker or pressure cooker)
Instant Pot Yankee Pot Roast
Cracklin' Chicken
Paleo Chicken Chow Mein
Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas + Avocado Crema
Instant Pot Ground Beef Chili
Instant Pot Carnitas
Spicy Thai Chicken Zoodle Salad (includes brand-new video!)

Need more ideas? Just check out my Recipe Index!

On my Wednesday Facebook Live cooking demo at 5 pm Pacific tomorrow, I'll show you how to make my Spicy Thai Chicken Zoodle Salad with sous vide chicken breast. 

Sous vide is a cooking technique that I used all the time as a busy night shift worker. I recently picked it up again and it's really the only way I'll eat boneless skinless chicken breasts.

New to my Facebook Live broadcasts? Just head over to my Facebook Page at 5 pm Pacific on Wednesday and you'll automatically see us goofing off in our home kitchen.

No sous vide? No problem! Any pre-cooked chicken or other protein will work in my Spicy Thai Chicken Zoodle Salad. Plus, three lucky live viewers will win a Nomiku wifi sous vide immersion circulator! (Nomiku is not a sponsor, but they are providing 3 sous vide circulators to my readers.)

Also, I'm looking forward to my Scotts Valley weekend retreat at 1440 Multiversity with Dr. Akil Palanisamy this weekend! I hope I see some of you there! You can learn more about it and book one of the remaining spots here:

Hug your friends and family!



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