My favorite types of treats to eat when we do indulge are the creamy, fatty, not too sweet kind and Jaden hit it out of the ball park with his Flan.
I’ll keep this short and sweet. I’m making this recipe tonight from my Italian Cuisine book. The Creamy Carrot Fennel Soup is, well, it’s awesome. I happen to have a lot of carrots thanks to my CSA so BAM. Done. Decision made. If you don’t have my latest book, I’m going to be super nice and give you this recipe because it would be mean
Hello dear readers!! We are 2 weeks in with our eating local project which you can read about here; and I can’t begin to tell you what an awesome and eye opening experience it has been thus far. I feel like I have come full circle and to be honest, to eat food grown in the soil where we call home has been somewhat of a
*Note from Sarah: Please welcome my brother Mark to the blog! Mark has been a part of the Everyday Paleo Team behind the scenes for a couple of years now but he’s finally/officially a blogger for EP! I’ve always considered myself a foodie and as a child I was given the blueprint for what I now consider a true passion of mine. I have fond
Last night in a rush to prepare dinner, I made one of my fairly standard go to meals; but it always comes out different. I call it “Kitchen Sink Soup” because everything I can find in my kitchen typically goes into it, except the kitchen sink… Before we ate, I took a picture of my bowl (it was so pretty!!) and quickly put it up
Thanksgiving is literally right around the corner and I’m so excited about this epic Thanksgiving round up of Everyday Paleo favorites as well as two never before seen recipes thanks to our wonderful Rachel Zanger! To begin the feast, Thanksgiving wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without “The Bird”. I’m not a huge fan of turkey, but my Herbed Turkey Breast with Prosciutto is so darn good that