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Maple Cranberry Orange Cookies (AIP)

Believe it or not, these maple cranberry and orange cookies actually came about through a bit of good fortune and not planning… but isn’t that always how the happiest accidents appear? If you are a regular follower of this blog, you know that I took an unplanned

Colorful Cauliflower Salad (AIP, SCD)

Purple cauliflower is the star of the show in this vibrant salad! Blanch it first to set the color, toss with dried cranberries or raisins for a bit of sweetness, then drizzle on some golden dressing and watch the magic happen with the acidity of the lemon

American Potage (AIP)

The 1950 classic edition of Betty Crocker’s Picture Cookbook describes American Potage as “A quick, savory, meat-and-vegetable soup.” Start to finish it takes a bit more than 1 whole hour to make and a significant investment of labor in the form of peeling and chopping vegetables, which

Celery Root and Carrot Salad (AIP)

If you feel a thrill every time the grocery cashier has to look up the code for your produce choice… you just might be a nutrivore! Celery root (also known as “celeriac”) is one that seems to get me those psychic bonus points for winning the “stump

Bacon Beef Liver Pâté with Rosemary and Thyme from The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen

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

Chicken & Mushroom Kebabs – from AIP By Seasons

There are so many compelling reason to eat with the seasons, but at the top of the list for me is flavor! These mushroom and chicken kebabs are my contribution to an exciting new collaborative AIP cookbook that I know you are going to love, whether you

Chicken and Apple Breakfast Sausage (AIP, SCD)

Making homemade sausage is not nearly as hard as you may think, and these AIP-friendly apple and chicken breakfast sausages are completely worth the effort! Simply start with pre-ground meat, mix in seasonings of your choice, and then shape into either patties or links. You can make

N’Oatmeal Raisin Cookies (AIP)

Soft and chewy, fragrant and sweet… these grain-free oatmeal raisin inspired cookies hit all those comforting notes! But they also meet all the requirements of the elimination phase of the autoimmune protocol (AIP) by being free of all grains, including actual oatmeal, nuts, eggs, and refined sugars.

Carrot, Fennel and Orange Soup (AIP, SCD)

The alternate name for this carrot, fennel, and orange soup is “Sunshine in a Bowl,” not only because it has the bright vibrant color of sun, but because it is absolutely packed with nutrients that will perk you right up… even on a cold and dreary January

Extra Crispy Chicken Wings (AIP)

Photos of these extra crispy chicken wings truly don’t do them justice! The joy of eating them must be experienced to be appreciated. You would swear that they have been deep fried; but in fact it is just the magic of one secret ingredient and a two-part