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!!
One of our favorite summer time activities as a family is to spend the day under a giant oak tree at one of our local parks with a giant paleo picnic. It get’s really darn hot here in Chico but we have tons of trees and shade so often the best reprieve from the Chico heat is to find the coolest spot in the
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
First of all, I must extend enormous amounts of gratitude towards Jason, Katie, and Dean who have been submitting excellent articles for Everyday Paleo in order to keep this boat afloat! Also a HUGE thank you to Dain who is back in action and helping to run things. It’s important to note that without Dain, there simply would not even be a boat – so thank
Hello dear friends! I made a guest appearance on The Paleo Solution Podcast over the weekend with Robb Wolf and Andy Deas. I had such an awesome time answering listeners questions so if you have a chance, check it out here. My time with Robb and Andy is a preview of sorts of what topics and questions I will be answering during my future podcasts
I used to go to the gym with a mission. A mission to fall on the ground in a heap, to crawl out of there with every muscle twitching, every fiber burning, every breath feeling like my last one, but it was a victorious feeling because I DID IT. Then, I hit a big fat ugly wall and my entire life changed. I will not
After finally completing the recipe section for my book, which included cooking and photographing over 100 recipes in 3 weeks, I’m kind of tired of cooking…. But – we still have to eat, so tonight I made the simplest dinner that I could eek out and in fact it was so easy, it shouldn’t have tasted as good as it did. This was however an
Chicken Piccata is simple and succulent but typically this dish calls for the chicken to be dredged in flour before being tossed into the frying pan. I decided to try to make this dish without, of course, the usual flour dredging and I dressed it up with some savory garlic and green onions in addition to the traditional capers. Here is my take on piccata