On Friday I asked folks on my Facebook page if they wanted a meaty meal or a summertime side dish sneak peak recipe from my new book coming out on September 4th, the Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook – and MEATY WON!!
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
Before you read any further, you must say Herbed Halved Chicken five times as fast as you can. It’s not a just a meal but a tongue twister too! Last weekend we picked up a halved chicken from the farmers market and John and Jaden made a delicious herb butter rub for the bird. They rubbed both halves with the delicious mixture and cooked the chicken
Pancit is a Filipino dish made with meat, noodles, and veggies and seasoned with soy sauce. My husband’s grandfather on his mom’s side was born and raised in the Philippines and passed his cultural and traditions on to his family, especially through the food! It’s been years since my husband has had homemade pancit and after talking about the dish yesterday we remembered how great
I have been in need of fast recipes this week and here is one I made for lunch yesterday that was so tasty that it really felt like I put more effort into the dish than I actually did! Paleo food never has to be boring! Use your spice cabinet to keep your meals exciting, even on your busiest days. Look forward to my next
As many of you know who follow my blog I love to just grab what I have in the fridge and make a meal happen. I don’t like to think too hard unless I have to, especially when it comes to food! Here’s what John and I quickly threw together for lunch yesterday and we both loved it enough to blog about it. The boys
The word “mole” translated means a sauce or concoction. Depending on the region, family tradition, or choice of ingredients, mole can be made a million different ways. When I think of mole I think of interesting ingredients that when blended together somehow turn into a beautiful marriage of flavors. I also think of hours spent in the kitchen, a list of ingredients longer than my
I recently posted about the endless soup options one can come up with from simply boiling down a left over chicken carcass. Besides the chocolate custard that I made for my family on Valentines Day, I also roasted a chicken and the next day came up with this delicious and blog worthy soup. The rain is back in Northern CA and having a warm and