Beef liver is truly one of the top superfoods but few people want to eat it due to its strong flavor and general squeamishness over eating organs. But pair it with some bacon and strong herbs and turn it into a rich pâté, and you’ve turned it
When the weather is warm, I cook on our outdoor grill at least a couple times a week. It’s easy, tastes good, and there is virtually nothing left to clean up! Usually I just throw a protein and some vegetables on there without a whole lot of
Before I get into singing the praises of the nutrient density of this pâté I lovingly call “powerhouse-on-a-plate,” I have to tell you a funny story about the real life troubles of food blogging. It is autumn now and that means that the days are getting shorter
Three pounds of beef liver have been languishing in my freezer since we picked up our quarter cow last fall, taunting me every time they caught my eye. “We are nutritious!” they called out. The words of paleo luminaries like Chris Kresser and Sarah Ballantyne singing the
Yes, it’s chicken liver “spread.” It isn’t pate or mousse or even pretending to be, just its less fancy country cousin. But it is super nourishing and my recipe is even casein free (and can be made completely dairy free if you don’t want to use ghee).
Bone broth is a key part of my gut healing protocol. It is rich in nutrients and the gelatin in it is a traditional treatment for Crohn’s disease. It is also rich in glycine which, according to Sarah Ballantyne of The Paleo Mom, aids digestion by helping to