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Book Reviews,Herbs & Spices,New Cookbook,Red Meat 27 Apr 0 COMMENTS

Cocoa Spice Rubbed Ribeye from Make Ahead Paleo

Steak was one of my favorite foods as a child and in my early teens. It was one of the most nutrient dense foods I ate. I still enjoy a good steak, only now I eat it with two to thee times as much vegetables as steak and often with…

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Book Reviews,Books,Dessert,Fruit Dessert,New Cookbook 20 Apr 0 COMMENTS

Upside-Down Apple Tartlets from Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry

I promised to post a recipe from Elana Amsterdam’s new book, Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry. Here it is. If you don’t have the special jars listed below (eight 1-cup wide-mouth Mason jars), you could use small, heatproof custard-cups with the same size diameter s the mason jars). I suggest…

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Book Reviews,Books 7 Apr 0 COMMENTS

Review of Paleo Cooking From Elana’s Pantry

I’ve been a fan of Elana Amsterdam’s work for several years now. I follow her blog. I regularly make a couple of my favorite recipes from her first book, The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook and I’ve wowed people with cupcakes from her second book, Gluten-Free Cupcakes. Both books were bestsellers….

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Dessert,Frozen Desserts,Fruit,Green Living,Product Review 31 Mar 1 COMMENTS

Yonanas: A Fast & Easy Ice Cream Alternative Made from Fruit

Who doesn’t like the refreshing taste of creamy, cooling, frozen desserts during the heat of summer or the dog days of Autumn in Arizona?  (I know some of you like frozen desserts all year round, even if you don’t live in Arizona.) Imagine a frozen dessert that you can enjoy…

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Book Reviews,Books,Cooked Vegetables,Vegetables 19 Mar 0 COMMENTS

Review of Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook

Sarah Fragoso’s Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life offers so much more than delicious, easy to assemble family-friendly recipes with food photos. The book includes time savings tips and strategies for busy families, strategies to help make your food budget go farther, for school lunch ideas, for…

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Books,Condiments,Cooked Vegetables,Health Tips,Vegetables 5 Mar 0 COMMENTS

Ode to the Onion

How often do you eat onions? Every day? A few times a week? If you’re not eating them at least three or four times a week, you’re missing out on good food and medicine. Onions beat red wine and tea in quercetin content. But unlike wine, eating onions won’t reduce…

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Books,Contests & Giveaways,Dessert,Fruit,Fruit Dessert 22 Feb 5 COMMENTS

Enter to Win a Copy of Well Fed: Recipes for People Who Love to Eat

Okay, if you read my post a few days ago, then you already know that I really liked Melissa’s first cookbook, Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat and you saw my photograph of two of her recipes, Moroccan Meatballs and Cauliflower Rice Pilaf. Her book is…

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Health Tips,New Developments,Product Review 15 Feb 2 COMMENTS

A Pasta Imposter & Buttery Ketogenic Noodles

Do you or did you once love the slippery texture and mouth feel of angel hair pasta, ziti, or fettuccini? Do you miss the convenience of pasta and rice for dinner? Are you’re looking for something to serve red sauce, pesto, or a stir-fry over? Do you follow a grain-free,…

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Book Reviews,Books 12 Feb 2 COMMENTS

The Paleo Kitchen: Finding Joy in Modern Primal Cooking

If you’ve been following my blog, classes and cookbooks you already know that healthy and delicious grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free (or dairy optional), paleo, primal, low-sugar and sugar-free, naturally sweetened recipes can taste utterly delicious! Maybe you already have a repertoire of favorite recipes but you want something more. If you’re…

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