Paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) meals should be comprised of 2/3 to 3/4 vegetables… easy enough to do when the garden is overflowing in the summer, but what about the cool months? Thankfully the vast majority of fall and winter vegetables are AIP-compliant and there is a huge variety to choose from, so you never have […]
Whether you call it it a crumble or a crisp or “lazy person’s version of apple pie,” you are sure to love this allergy friendly AIP apple crumble and be proud to serve it to anyone, regardless of their dietary restrictions… or lack of! It started out as an experiment that I didn’t really intend […]
When I first heard of frozen meal delivery companies like Paleo On the Go, I was skeptical. After all, I enjoy cooking and am pretty good at it, so why would I pay money to have somebody else do it for me? Then my job suddenly started requiring a great deal more overnight travel and at the […]
Store bought bone broth? Just a couple of years ago the only way to consume the nourishing concoction some call the “elixir of life” was to make it yourself. Today there is a dizzying array of options, both in stores and by mail order, making it easy for anyone to add this healing food to their […]
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Breakfast soup may seem like an odd choice to some, but in fact it is a common dish in cultures around the world. A humble bowl of soup is nourishing, satisfying, and quick – all features busy people appreciate for that first meal of the day – and can be easily made to conform to the requirements […]
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Thirty days ago I decided to give myself a virtual reboot. I was fed up with feeling less than stellar and decided to start a paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) reset. Like a computer that had stretched its resources too thin and had been running for too long without a break, I was in danger of coming […]
After decades of being reviled by children everywhere, Brussels sprouts are having their moment in their sun. If you are surprised that they taste better than you remember, you aren’t alone and your taste buds are not fooling you. In fact, the modern day varieties (yes, varieties… there are in fact over 200 of them) actually DO […]
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This recipe for paleo pork vindaloo veers away from the traditional in a few ways, but is still so flavorful and easy to make, especially with the help of my favorite kitchen multi-tasker, the Instant Pot. It comes from The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook, which is a joint effort of 37 top food bloggers […]
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I can’t think of any more quintessentially American kid food than the “tater tot”; unfortunately the store bought ones are usually made with ingredients that are at best not health-promoting and at worst, downright disgusting and off limits for kids with allergies and food sensitivities. But with this recipe for sweet potato bacon tots, kids of […]
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As I write this, the final hours of 2016 are winding down and we are all looking ahead to 2017. It has been an interesting and eventful year, to say the least! I will leave the retrospectives about politics and pop culture to others, and just reflect on my own life and on the virtual […]
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