The Definitive Guide to AIP Bone Broth

Bone broth. I recently realized that it is no longer accurate to say that bone broth is “having a moment.” Of course, that has always been true! The idea of making a long-simmered broth or stock from bones and other scraps and then using it as both

Braised Romanesco with Onions, Olives, and Raisins (AIP, SCD)

I usually just prepare romanesco like I would ordinary broccoli, but cutting it before cooking it means that I’m the only one who gets to truly appreciate its other-worldly beauty. This recipe for braised romanesco with a sweet, salty, and savory mixture of onions, olives, and raisins

Chicken & Mushroom Cabbage Rolls (AIP, SCD)

These updated chicken cabbage rolls share only two things in common with the cabbage roll made by the descendents of Eastern European immigrants and popular on potluck tables of my childhood. The cabbage. And the roll. Everything else is completely unrecognizable… and that’s a good thing! A

Thai Green Curry Shrimp (AIP)

Believe it or not, the exotic and infiniting interesting flavors of Thai green curry adapt extremely well to the requirements of the autoimmune protocol (AIP) because the dishes are mostly dairy and gluten-free already. If you don’t need to avoid nightshades or other spices, you can use

Pork Chop and Vegetable Sheet Pan Dinner (AIP, SCD)

I can hardly call this pork chop sheet pan dinner a “recipe” as it is little more than arranging foods on a pan and setting a timer! But I wanted to share because the truth is that this is the way most meals in my house get

Citrus Cabbage Slaw (AIP, SCD)

This week’s new recipe for a citrus cabbage slaw is inspired by something I had while on vacation earlier this summer, but made even prettier (and more nutritionally diverse) by including purple cabbage and a couple big carrots, along with shredded green cabbage. It makes a refreshing

Chicken and Herb Dumplings Hot Dish (AIP)

Comfort food, plain and simple. This variation on chicken and dumplings is an AIP-friendly version of a dish that I grew up eating throughout my childhood in Wisconsin, especially during the busy school year. It was usually made from scratch, always with homemade dumplings and usually a

Gluten-Free Garlic Herb Crackers (AIP)

Your search for delicious and easy gluten-free and AIP crackers ends here! These garlic herb crackers are the real deal… crisp and crunchy with a hint of olive oil flavor on top of the rosemary and thyme that gives them plenty of interesting taste. I created them

Grilled Ahi Tuna with Zucchini Relish (AIP, SCD)

It’s zucchini season in my part of the world and I’ve discovered that the very best way to enjoy it is fresh and with as little alteration as possible. This zucchini relish, served with some seared or grilled medium-rare ahi tuna steaks, is a beautiful showcase for

Spatchcocked Tuscan Grilled Chicken (AIP, SCD)

Situation: It’s July and it is hot and humid. I’d rather grill outside, where it already feels like an oven, than turn on the oven in the kitchen! Chicken pieces might be an obvious choice for making Tuscan grilled chicken but whole chickens are more economical and
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