If you are a meat eating human like myself and you have not made an attempt to find the best steak possible, I suggest you start right now by checking out the following recipe that originated way back in 1837!
A few days ago was my dad’s 72nd birthday and I made him his absolute favorite all time dinner but of course it was all made Paleo! We cooked up some Fried Chicken from Paleo Comfort Foods, an Apple Tart from Elana’s Pantry (If you haven’t yet, GET ELANA’S NEW BOOK) and with my jar o’ Duck Fat from the amazing, wonderful, not sure how
I had NO idea what to call this dish so I’ll blame my creativity lapse on my lack of brain power thanks to finally finishing the Family Cookbook, therefore; all I could come up with was Roasted Eggplant Stacks, which is admittedly a lame name but it does the job. The dish tasted super yummy so that’s all that really matters, right? What’s the Shakespeare
I have mentioned before that John’s grandpa was from the Philippines and for his family; Filipino food was a staple. I have created a paleo version of one of John’s favorite dishes before, and you can find my Paleo Pancit recipe here. Today’s post is about Chicken Adobo. Adobo is an extremely popular Filipino dish and the other night I made a super fast
I have several holiday recipes on the blog that you can find here, here, and here; but what’s wrong with a couple more! My family and I will be traveling to visit my wonderful in-laws for Thanksgiving, so I thought I would come up with two fun side dishes that I can make and share while we are there. Both are scrumptious and I’m looking forward