This week in my CSA box from the farm co-op I belong to I received a TON (well about 2 lbs actually) of collard greens. I also happened to have a giant ham hock in my freezer – the last remaining piece of the recent 1/2 a hog that we purchased from our favorite local pig farmers. I have been wondering what the heck to
I had some left over Spice Rub Slow Cooked Chicken so I made myself a sandwich out of the leftovers for lunch today. No, I’m not kidding, and no I haven’t fallen straight off the paleo wagon back to my old Subway days, but yes – I made a big ol’ sandwich and shared it with my almost 3 year old (he’s getting so darn
I’m tired as I type which reminds me to remind you that getting adequate sleep is more important than anything you might accomplish by staying up too late working on what “must” get done. If we deprive ourselves of precious recovery time, life simply becomes less enjoyable as we continue to burn out emotionally and physically.
Admittedly, I started eating paleo because I was tired of looking at my not so attractive nakedness in the mirror and I secretly and desperately wanted to be that hot mom in a bikini….. Of course I was blind to the trillion other little health issues that plagued me; writing them off as normal. I was blind to what eating paleo really had in store
Apparently my kitchen gets so hot that my coconut oil gets, “liquid-y”…. Along with having a lot of fun with our cooking demos, I am also inventing new words, and if anything, giving my family yet another reason to laugh at me!! In this demo we make Savory Cauliflower Fried Rice, Pork Chops, and my Walnut Pesto Sauce.
I have had a few people comment about breakfast options that do not include eggs. I know some folks never get tired of eating eggs, I being one, but I do think it’s important to have a lot of variety in our paleo diets. With that being said, here are some suggestions to scramble things up at breakfast time, sans the eggs.