I was raised on a mostly meat and potatoes diet, but lamb wasn’t one of the meats in the rotation. It wasn’t until I was in my 20s that I first tried lamb and I must admit it wasn’t love at first bite. For the next 15
Whole perfect roast chicken is a paradox, isn’t it? It looks impressive and intimidates cooking newbies. If done correctly it tastes amazing, yet it couldn’t be easier to prepare – just a tiny bit of prepping and then you stick it in the oven and ignore it.
Stuffed mushrooms have always been one of my favorite appetizers, but most recipes use gluten-filled breadcrumbs and lots of dairy. Delicious, but not compatible with a paleo eating template. Crab cakes are another favorite of mine but the paleo-versions of them just don’t hold together very well.
I know… there is no such thing as paleo peanut butter cups. But this recipe is a very close approximation of the original and just as delicious! Peanut butter was the last thing I gave up before I went 100% paleo. I had decided to do it,
When I started planning my first paleo party, I knew one thing had to be on the menu. Paleo chicken wings! My husband is one of those “the hotter, the better” people and I was on board with that too, provided I could drown my extra-hot wings
These cranberry coconut treats are not only paleo, they are also made without nuts or eggs so they are compliant with the paleo autoimmune protocol (AIP) as well! I love holiday baking. In previous years I started making Christmas cookies right after Thanksgiving, stashing them in the