Tag: Paleo

Raspberry Dark Chocolate bites

Since Valentine’s day is coming up, I thought I would get in the spirit with little dark chocolate heart candies.  Try to find soy-free dark chocolate (which will also be dairy free).  I use Enjoy Life brand chocolate… Read More

New Cookbook – the healing kitchen

I have to admit to having an addiction to purchasing cookbooks – I love seeing how folks put together ingredients in interesting ways and love looking at photo’s of food.  My newest cookbook was pre-ordered based on a podcast… Read More

Persimmon Cauliflower Pilaf

This week persimmons showed up in the CSA (community supported agriculture) box.  I have seen these fruits before but have never tried them, and I know I have never cooked with them!  What to do with them?  Do… Read More

Cranberry Apple Sauce/Relish

In case you didn’t get enough cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving (I can’t ever get enough!), here’s a recipe for cranberry apple relish.   My husband and stepson tried it with vanilla ice cream and they thought it was great…. Read More

Paleo Pumpkin Chocolate Muffins

What could be better than Pumpkin and Chocolate together?! Here’s one of my favorite recipes based off of the Spiced Pumpkin Muffin recipe from Danielle Walker in her cookbook Against all Grain.  If you are looking for a… Read More

Scotch Eggs

For the past few weeks, my sister Kerry took on a blood-sugar balancing 14-day program that I created.  Half way through she said “I am sleeping better and feel more rested in the morning when I wake up!”… Read More

Southwest Scramble

  Here’s a quick breakfast idea that can also be used for a quick lunch or dinner as well. Servings: 2 Ingredients: 1/4 cup potato, diced 1 tbsp tallow (or coconut oil) 1/4 lb grass fed ground beef… Read More

Why Healthy Fats are Good for your Cells

  The Standard American Diet is either low in fat or high in rancid or hydrogenated fats. At the cellular level, why is this fact important to our health?   Fat has gotten a bad rap over the… Read More

Three 21st Century Diseases that your Doctor will not be able to Adequately Treat

  About 10 years ago, I was having massive cramping episodes where I would double over in pain for an hour or so. It seemed to be a random occurrence (although as I look back now I bet… Read More

Book Review – Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon

In Sally’s own words – it is a Cookbook that Challenges the Politically Correct Nutrition and Diet Dictocrats. It was published in 2001. Sally Fallon in her book Nourishing Traditions, discusses the idea that the Standard American Diet… Read More