8-30-20 – Podcast food for the 9-1-20 episode! Have I mentioned I like shrimp??

More August food!

8-11-20: Podcast food!

8-4-20: Today’s Podcast food!

Recipe for the keto artichoke hearts:

canned artichoke hearts
1/2 bag of pork rinds
seasons to taste - I used garlic powder, chili powder, salt, pepper

Crunch up the pork rinds (I used a ziplock bag), add the spices and shake.
Drain the artichoke hearts.
Shake the hearts in the ziplock bag, coating well.
Bake at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes (until brown and crunchy).
Serve with keto ranch dressing! Yum!

8-3-20 – catching up on food pix!!!

6-27-20 – fun compilation of food/drink from our shows:

6-23-20 Podcast food:

Taylor’s snacky food!

6-16-20 Podcast food:

6-7-20 Podcast food:

5-26-20 Podcast Food

5-8-20 – forgot a pic!

Taylor’s food (with her cat thinking he might take a bite!)

5-6-20 – haven’t posted food pix in a while! Here are some of our podcast treats!!

4-7-20 Podcast food!


Hard boiled eggs wrapped in sausage and baked in the oven! Delicious!!


Posting pictures of our last podcast food! And the recipe as promised!

The Taylor had homemade pizza on normal pizza crust – covered the crust with pizza sauce, then cheese, then the toppings she wanted! I had a cauliflower crust pizza with sausage, mushrooms and cooked onions!

Cauliflower Pizza Crust Recipe:

2 packages of frozen rice cauliflower
1 egg
Parmesan cheese
mozzarella cheese
garlic powder, spices as you want (like oregano or basil)

1. Cook rice in microwave (I got the steamer kind, so cooked in the bags)
2. Drain the rice and get out as much moisture as possible (I poured the rice into a bowl lined with paper towels and used additional paper towels to get as much wetness out as I could)
3. Mix in the egg and cheeses (I used shredded Parmesan as well as the powdered Parmesan)
4. Put parchment paper on a pizza pan and spread the rice mixture. Use a spoon or spatula to spread out the mixture into a circle – don’t make it too thick or it won’t crisp well (unless you want it less crispy).
5. Bake at 450 degrees for about 15-20 minutes, then flip it over and cook until browned.

Once it is out of the oven, add toppings and bake another 10-20 minutes until the top is as melted as you want!



We had some wonderful food at Le Meridien in Atlanta this weekend! We were there for the Writer’s Digest writing workshop (#ATLWW) and had a blast!!


Clip the tips of the artichoke leaves, boil for about 45 minutes with water and a bit of lemon juice. Peel each leaf and dip into the butter or mayo and enjoy!!

Recorded this session at Tradewind Coffee Co! Enjoyed tea and excellent food (and company) while discussing world building!

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