First off – some exciting news – I am writing a book which is scheduled to be released hopefully in February!! The book will of course include recipes as well as advice for paleo beginners and diehards alike. Look forward to information on how to get started, how to stay on track, how to shop, how to change not only your eating habits but your
We are big fans of Indian cuisine, but I will admit, I have always been a bit frightened of trying to make any of our favorite dishes. The flavors of India are pretty complex, and a lot can go into making a dish just right and I simply don’t have that kind of time. Well, I decided to throw caution to the wind and after
Paleo Woman One of our rock-star clients at Norcal and a dedicated Everyday Paleo reader recently shared with me her 3 month before and after photos. Michele L. is a living testament to what hard work and dedication looks like. We live in a quick fix society and most folks want results now; which is why our TV commercials are littered with “Lose 10 lbs
Yes, this meal was Disney inspired… Ratatouille was playing on TV a few weeks ago and my 6 year old asked me if WE could ever make Ratatouille. Now to get off track a bit, I must mention that I recently signed up with a local farmers cooperative here in Chico called GRUB. Every Wednesday we go to the GRUB farm and for only $75
Last year a trainer friend of mine at Norcal turned me on to paleo pizza made with almond meal crust. Although I like this pizza and the crust works, I wanted to find a way to make the crust DELICIOUS, rather than just a vessel for the pizza toppings. With a few tweaks to the original, I came up with this pizza crust recipe that
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
Our ancestors ate what was available based upon the seasons and in my part of the world the summer season is the most bountiful and wonderful time to take advantage of what’s growing near you. I made a yummy breakfast this week with organic seasonal vegetables, all purchased from our local farmers market (except the mushrooms which I purchased from Trader Joe’s).