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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

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

Garlic Rosemary Oxtail Stew (Paleo, AIP, SCD)

Way back in 2013, shortly after I started this blog, I created and shared a recipe for rosemary and garlic braised oxtail. I gushed about how delicious it was and what a great use of a cheap cut of beef it was, kicking off a series of

Steamed mussels with prosciutto and garlic (Paleo, AIP, SCD)

I’ll admit it. Shellfish like clams, oysters, and mussels intimidated me for a long time. I’m not exactly sure why. Blame it on my provincial upbringing in the landlocked upper midwestern United States that didn’t expose me to them until I was a young adult or the general

Braised Cube Steak with Onion Gravy (AIP)

What’s not to love about the humble cube steak? This recipe for braised cube steak with a gluten-free gravy proves my point. The versatile beef cut is also known as “minute steak” because of how quickly it can be cooked, but it really shines when you use a low

Creamy Artichoke Dip from Nourish: The Paleo Healing Cookbook (AIP)

UPDATE: Congratulations Melissa W. – You are the winner of the cookbook giveaway! Creamy artichoke spinach dip that is paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) compliant and yet tastes just a luscious as the dairy and mayonnaise filled original? Sounds like a fantasy, but thanks to the brilliant skills

Rosemary & Shallot Roasted Butternut Squash and a Review of The Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook

UPDATE: Congratulations Lori L., you are the winner! Check your email and reply to confirm your address… I find it hard to believe now, but for the longest time I thought I hated squash. One of the delightful side effects of going on a diet that restricted most

Paleo Meatballs that will fool your Italian grandmother! (AIP-friendly)

It has been well established that paleo meatballs do not NEED a binder like bread or breadcrumbs to hold their shape. Recipes for grain free and dairy free meatballs can be found and most of them taste really good. But they still lack a certain authenticity, a softness, a

Paleo Tuna Cakes

These grain and dairy free paleo tuna cakes were my answer to a three-day work conference where I knew my food options would be limited to whatever the conference organizers saw fit to provide for a “gluten free” lunch. I froze them and packed in a cooler with
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