I was particularly hungry the other day and I wanted Creole food. I grew up in New Orleans and lived on red beans and rice, gumbo, and crawfish boils. The only thing is, most of my mom’s Creole cooking requires flour and rice. Two items my gut revolts against! So I quit making it all together. Until this week. I threw together my mom’s best recipe of red beans and rice and tweaked it a bit. I took a chance on eating the beans and have done well eating them so far and I replaced the rice with cauliflower. I watched my family serve themselves a little lagniappe ([Lahn-yop]: something extra) all week and I had to share it with you!
I am Claudine Phillips, a Registered Dietitian, Yogi, and wife and mom to 3. I blog, vlog, and podcast my experiences to a healthy and wholisitc lifestyle to inspire you find your #wholisticgreatnessl. I termed the phrase #wholisticgreatness to embrace spiritual, emotional, and physical health in order to become your best self. I share my personal stories as well as partnering with guests as they share their inspiration, tactics, and strategies to be their best selves! I can be found speaking locally and nationally, blogging, vlogging and connecting with you on my podcast, The Wholistic Greatness Podcast, and on all the socials at @claudinephillips. I can’t wait to connect!