Quick and satisfying curry with a fruity twist.
Thai is probably the easiest cuisine to eat out Paleo due to all the heart-healthy coconut that is the base of most curries. The hard part to avoid though is the added sugar that sneaks in the kitchen when you aren’t looking. Curries are surprisingly quick and easy and if you eat them out of a bowl, you don’t even miss the rice!
This dish is a great way to present a beautiful array of colors in a variety of vegetables.
Brussels sprouts sautéed in butter
Easy weeknight Sweet Potato Chili
A protein rich, grain free alternative to oatmeal
Cold/Flu Wellness Soup delivers nature's anti-virals to help you feel better!
Mexican carnitas made in the crock pot
Bacon wrapped Chorizo Lime Jalapeno Poppers
A fun way to serve Brussels sprouts -- or use Brussels leftovers
An easy beef stew recipe that can be customized to what you have left in the kitchen.
Classic November flavors, simmered to perfection in a simple slow cooker style
Rich, delicious beef chili with squash and kale.
Iodine-rich nori wraps, with turkey, apricot & coconut aminos
A German influenced sweet potato and apple dish with ground beef
Sausage, shrimp, pasta, and cajun spices in a creamy non-dairy sauce
Taste autumn with apple cranberry pork
Hasselback Sweet Potatoes stuffed and topped with a garlic, spice and Ghee mixture. Baked until crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Perfection!
Comfort food from Pakistan- the perfect leftovers.
All the things you love from the deli sandwich!
An easy quick delicious paleo cereal to take you back to your childhood.
Roasted chiles stuffed with a cheesy vegetable filling
Olive oil and rosemary compliment the savory steak perfectly
I have never cooked rabbit in my house, and knew my kids would be excited to try it, so I looked up a few recipes and took the best of all of them. Don’t be scared by the thought of eating rabbit. It has a taste just like dark meat chicken. In fact, if I didn’t know, I would have sworn these rabbit legs were from a bird. When you look at the nutrient density of rabbit compared to chicken legs, rabbit scores much higher in Vitamins B12, Niacin and B6. Rabbit also has more iron, more protein, fewer calories and less omega-6 fatty acids than chicken. I say rabbit is a winner! The best part is, my whole family loved it. The vegetables were tender and the meat fell off the bone. It’s a perfect dish for a cold night!
Pure leftover fun! Practically a free starter.
Sauteed Bitter Gourd with eggs and minced pork
Lamb with spinach and Indian spices. Ideal for the slow cooker.
Caffeine, protein and carbs — this Espresso Protein Shake is breakfast in a glass.
A great accompaniment to a meal; try this cauliflower soup with cheese and bacon!
A delicious combination of cooked apple, crispy turkey, broccoli and cashews, topped with a couple of pan fried eggs.
Crustless and grain free!
Meat and bacon with a li'l sweet surprise in the middle. The perfect snack!
Forget that mushy stuff, this is a legit egg salad.
Learn to clean a Sea Urchin to have Uni Sashimi.
Easy to prepare, delicious to eat. Nothing is better than the taste of fresh butter and sage over acorn squash.
Chuck Roast, onion, carrot, shrooms, garlic, sea salt, wine; asparagus, brussels sprouts w/ bacon.
Creamy Dilled Yams
Making apple chips with the Philips AirFryer
Only 2 ingredients needed for fermented kraut!
Get your texture on with this satisfying salad.
Filipino Vegetable and Shrimp Stew
This is a simple, easy addition to a meat dish or almost anything.
No roux or tortillas required for this rich and creamy tortilla soup.
Romanesco Cauliflower in Spicy Tomato Sauce
A quick dish inspired by the flavors in pork fried rice.
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