vegetables Archive

Cottage Pie (AIP, Paleo)

It doesn’t get more comforting than a creamy casserole like shepherd’s pie, or its cousin “cottage pie” – which is what it is properly called with made with ground beef instead of lamb. Yes, I’m a stickler on that point. Why the heck would a shepherd be

65+ AIP Recipes for Fall and Winter Vegetables

Paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) meals should be comprised of 2/3 to 3/4 vegetables… easy enough to do when the garden is overflowing in the summer, but what about the cool months? Thankfully the vast majority of fall and winter vegetables are AIP-compliant and there is a huge

Green Breakfast Soup from The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook

Breakfast soup may seem like an odd choice to some, but in fact it is a common dish in cultures around the world. A humble bowl of soup is nourishing, satisfying, and quick – all features busy people appreciate for that first meal of the day – and can

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Shallots and Rosemary (AIP, SCD)

After decades of being reviled by children everywhere, Brussels sprouts are having their moment in their sun. If you are surprised that they taste better than you remember, you aren’t alone and your taste buds are not fooling you. In fact, the modern day varieties (yes, varieties… there are

Gingered Pear & Butternut Squash Soup (Paleo, AIP, SCD)

Fall is the season for soup, isn’t it? This recipe for a gingered pear and butternut squash soup embraces the produce of the season and is especially nourishing on cool days. I’ve been eating more soup lately as the weather turns cooler and experimenting with different flavors

Rosemary Scented Mashed White Sweet Potatoes (AIP)

You won’t believe these rosemary mashed white sweet potatoes are dairy and nightshade free and totally AIP-compliant! I have always loved potatoes of all types and preparations, with mashed potatoes being right at the top of my list. When I started the paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) and

Mint and Basil Pesto from Simple French Paleo (AIP)

I have long been enamored with everything French, beginning when I signed up to study the language as a 9th grader and culminating when I discovered the deliciousness that is French food! This recipe for mint and basil pesto comes from an incredible new cookbook called Simple

30+ AIP Recipes for Spring Vegetables

Spring is sprung here in the Washington, D.C. area! That means the seasonal farmer’s markets and roadside stands are opening up and featuring a bounty of early season vegetables, including asparagus, fennel, kale, and much more. Even though I eat a ton of vegetables, I don’t have

Ginger Beef Stir-Fry from Ditch The Wheat

Three simple words: ditch the wheat. After battling health issues for many years, in 2010 a doctor suggested to Carol Lovett that she try doing that and it changed her life forever. She created a popular blog using that phrase as its name, and this week is

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Cinnamon – from The Healing Kitchen

This recipe for roasted brussels sprouts with bacon and cinnamon from the new book The Healing Kitchen is guaranteed to change your view of the seasonal vegetable that everyone seems to either love or hate. I’m one of the members of the former camp, but this way of
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