We are in the middle of packing up and moving. Not out of Chico, just across town; but holy cow it’s a lot of work. I’ve been trying not to buy a lot of food this week and just eat what we have so that I don’t have to pack and move an entire fridge of food and this morning we were down to the
My family and I are spending the weekend with our good friends in beautiful Southern California, soaking up some sunshine, and tomorrow I’ll be at CrossFit Anaerobic, holding a very special half day Everyday Paleo Workshop with special guest Jason Seib! For lunch today, I made my friends and family a quick and delicious go to meal that my family often enjoys. For some reason, I have
I was laughing when I posted Jason’s last article The Whole Enchilada because I KNEW that there were going to be some folks who thought – AWESOME – a paleo enchilada recipe; only to find out that alas, no food in this post but some very powerful words of wisdom from Jason instead. Just as important, but not quite as tasty. I thought I would make
John told me last night that this was one of the best meals I have made in a while so either my cooking has been really shabby lately or my stuffed zucchini was a step above our average dinner. We were given a few giant zucchinis from a friend and that was all the excuse I needed to stuff them, bake them, and watch my
Thanks to my adventurous mother, as far back as I can remember I have had a huge interest and affection for international cuisine with one of my favorites being Thai food. I hope someday to travel to Thailand and immerse myself in the culture, eat the food, visit the beaches, and ride around in a TukTuk. Truthfully, I want to travel the entire world and
I have every intention of doing another “Week in The Life” post, and plan to start tracking our food as of today but in the meantime, here is another complete meal post that I hope will be fun and helpful. Dinner last night was a family project and a nice way to return home after our most recent Paleo Talk seminar in Clackamas Oregon. I’ll
A nice beef roast is something I crave in the fall or winter months but I had a big ol’ grass fed chuck roast that was asking to be made; so I made it. I wanted to try something different then the standard roast in the oven or slow cooker so after being inspired by watching a recent Food Network show called Chopped, when one
There’s something about the meatball that my kids absolutely adore and who can blame them! Meatballs are fun, easy to eat, and as I have discovered over the years, these meaty creations can be made a million different ways besides the standard Italian style meatball that most of us are familiar with.