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
Yesterday I received my advanced copy of Paleo Pals: Jimmy and the Carrot Rocket Ship, and needless to say, it’s been an amazing and emotional experience… I am so happy it’s complete, wishing my mom was here to share in my excitement, grateful for the love and support form my amazing family, and hopeful that this book will benefit other families striving to live a
*Note from Sarah: Coby. My oldest son. My teenage hero and the kid that keeps me sane when his little brothers are driving me crazy. I wish I could explain to you what Coby means to me but how could I? It’s like trying to explain the vast expanse of the universe, so I won’t even try. Anyway, I asked Coby a while ago if
This recipe was inspired by a reader who emailed me a recipe that he created for a seafood curry that was served over roasted pumpkin. Of course I can never leave anything alone so I revised his recipe to make this Creamy Pumpkin Curry. The whole family loved this savory fall soup and I hope your family does as well!
As parents living a paleo lifestyle, Halloween can be much more frightening than the expected glowing skeletons, howling ghosts, and silly monsters. Halloween is scary because of the mountains of high fructose corn syrup and unidentifiable ingredient laden CANDY!!! Around this time every year my inbox fills up with questions regarding what to do about Trick or Treating, kids, and the typical sugar battles that