It’s Too Hard!!! And a not so hard recipe…Mexican Stew
I made this chicken last Wednesday for dinner and there was more than enough for lunch for John and I the following day. I love my little helpers in the kitchen and Rowan was super cute stacking the cut up parsnips like blocks! This dish was beyond easy, versatile, and all three of the boys asked for seconds!! We ate the dish with a spinach
Hello dear friends! I made a guest appearance on The Paleo Solution Podcast over the weekend with Robb Wolf and Andy Deas. I had such an awesome time answering listeners questions so if you have a chance, check it out here. My time with Robb and Andy is a preview of sorts of what topics and questions I will be answering during my future podcasts
Here’s a fun food project for the weekend that’s sure to get you ready for the busy week ahead! On Saturday make an Easy and Amazing Roasted Chicken and eat it! Do NOT throw out the carcass or the juices from the roasting pan!! On Sunday, put the chicken carcass and the pan drippings into a large soup pot.
Alright all you goal setters out there. Are you ready? Goal setting is great, I’m a big fan of the idea but I’m not a big fan of setting goals only at the New Year. I hate to be a party pooper, but statistically folks who decide to turn over a new leaf starting January 1 are usually setting themselves up for failure.
Well, Thanksgiving is over and Christmas is right around the corner but in the mean time, in between the insanity, shopping, hanging of lights, and planning yet ANOTHER holiday meal, we all still need to eat. Here’s a delicious and amazingly easy seafood stew recipe that I would like to share with you.
I must say, this soup was a huge success! So good in fact that the leftovers I imagined enjoying today were gone in a flash as I watched the last bits of soup being scraped from the bottom of the pot. I’m not sure what the heck I’m going to do as my boys continue to grow, and eat, and eat, and grow and holy
As you all know we are raising a paleo family; ultimately hoping to avoid disease and most importantly wanting to pass the gift of health and longevity down to the most important people in out lives, our children. Parenting is the hardest job one will ever have, and yet, parents work hard to do what is best for their kids, and those of you who
Over the years I have humbly learned a couple things about making paleo work for a family. One big lesson is accepting that in order to eat paleo, you simply have to cook. Another big realization: Even when it feels as if there is no time left in the day, the reality is that a delicious and healthy paleo meal can be only minutes away.