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.
My whole family likes it spicy. Even my two year old will slurp down curries and salsa with a smile. My oldest recently started a ritualistic competition with my husband to see who can eat two hot pickled peppers the fastest. It’s a pretty comical way to start our evening meal… I contribute my children’s spice tolerant palettes to all the jalapenos I craved – and consumed while pregnant, and
It’s been raining like crazy and cold here in Chico, so what’s better to warm up the body and soul than some stew. This recipe is almost too easy – total comfort food AND it’s super diverse. Here is the basic recipe but I say add whatever you want and I bet it will be even better! Oh, and I’m mildly obsessed with mashed cauliflower and experimenting with different ways to
I will officially admit that I WILL use tomorrow as an excuse, like everyone else in America, to sit on my arse, eat a lot of food, and partake in a couple of drinks… So, here it is: My Paleo Super Bowl, sit on my arse while not really caring about the game, and falling asleep early menu: Big Pot of Bean-less Chili 2 lbs of grass
This weekend we had a terrific rain storm which kept us huddled around the fire and craving soup. This soup is easy, delicious, comforting, and tastes even better the next day. Here’s how you do it: Cover the bottom of a big pot with olive oil and add 1 diced red onion. When onions start to become transparent add 1 lb of grass fed beef and 1
I recently had someone ask a question about Brussel Sprouts and wanted recipe ideas. Brussel sprouts tend to be one of those veggies with a very bad reputation, and I admit, I used to loathe the thought of eating the miniature cabbages – but I have truly grown to love them and yes, my kids eat brussel sprouts – in fact the ASK for them!