2012 Goals and 2011 Accomplishments

2012 Goals and 2011 Accomplishments

I feel like a cliche, but 2011 has been the best year of our lives. We’re feeling and looking the best we ever have, our kids and family are (mostly) healthy and happy, and we’ve had a tremendous number of opportunities for our family. Even tonight, as I...
Delicious Urban Parents NYE Menu

Delicious Urban Parents NYE Menu

The holidays have been amazing this year. I took a whole week off of work, spent quality time with the family, and mainly managed to avoid computers.  Knowing I’d want to fall into the real world abyss for a little while, I asked two of my new favorite paleo...
Dark Chocolate Banana Bites

Dark Chocolate Banana Bites

Another genius recipe from Cole, this one is a sister to our Flourless Fudgy Brownie Bites. When we were discussing making treats for Christmas gifts he suggested those brownies. But it was a Friday night and I was feeling too lazy to melt chocolate. So he and I...
Our First Hanukkah

Our First Hanukkah

Last night was the first night our family has ever celebrated Hanukkah. We’re not a religious family, but we celebrate Christmas for the joy, the togetherness and the spirit of giving. It’s a tradition both Matt and I grew up with and the idea of Santa is...
Morning Menu & Marshmallows

Morning Menu & Marshmallows

A little reminder: we’re in a contest over on robbwolf.com! Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to go here and pick your favorites out of 130 submitted recipes. If any of our recipes win, we’ll share the prizes with you all in a giveaway here...
We have now been Well Fed

We have now been Well Fed

When we started our Paleo journey, the only place I knew to get recipes was the internet. Now, I have a bookshelf that is quickly filling up with fantastic Paleo cookbooks. Despite that, and the fact that we wrote our own, I am in love with Melissa Joulwan’s...
News You Can Use

News You Can Use

Alrighty, we owe another book reveal post because you fantastic, supportive, and always surprising people have “liked” Eat Like a Dinosaur on Amazon 100 TIMES?!   The most common questions we get are usually related to execution in the kitchen. We...
Guest Post: Summer’s Series – Part I

Guest Post: Summer’s Series – Part I

I was introduced to Summer through Tara from The Foodie and The Family, who pointed me to the Banana Hammocks & Tutus’s Facebook page.  I was instantly charmed by Summer’s candor and openness. Her blog is fun to follow and her kids are adorable. The...
Day of Discovery

Day of Discovery

Over on the Facebook page, Stacy spent the day sharing other bloggers for you to discover. As we realize that not everyone is on Facebook, we figured some of you might appreciate a little recap by me. Day of discovery #1: The Mango Duck. I first discovered Mango Duck...
Chai Thai Tea for the Tribe

Chai Thai Tea for the Tribe

I don’t think Matt and I can ever say enough, how important having a supportive social circle is to the success of raising your children. It was essential to have when we were the breastfeeding, baby-wearing, cloth diapering, homemade baby food weird hippie new...
12 Days of Paleo(ish) Sweet Treats

12 Days of Paleo(ish) Sweet Treats

As you get ready to bake, double boil and beautify with ribbons and glitter for the 12 days of Christmas, or whichever holiday your family may choose to celebrate, consider some of our favorite Paleo(ish) treats!  Although I wouldn’t call these...
$100 Giveaway

$100 Giveaway

As a thank you to all of the support we’ve received, we wanted to give back a little. Since we know there’s a lot of holiday baking going on, and with gift certificates from one of our favorite paleo vendors in-hand, we decided to share the coconut love....
Turkey Thai Basil

Turkey Thai Basil

One of our many “tricks” to making So what do you do with all that turkey meat? Be inventive! Use it where you would’ve used chicken.  We make a Maple Chicken (Turkey) Salad (recipe in our book) that the boys love to put in lettuce cups. We also make...
Watching our family grow one tree at a time

Watching our family grow one tree at a time

We’ve mentioned before that we love holiday traditions. In talking about prepping this post, Matt and I realized we’ve been cutting down our own Christmas tree for 5 years. Our friends invited us with their family (actually, it was Kerry) and I remember...
Deep Thoughts: Taking Care of Me

Deep Thoughts: Taking Care of Me

I feel like I need to author this post under the name Jack Handey. Deep Thoughts, Stacy’s Obligatory Monthly Cathartic Moment… But I want to make a post about Taking Care of Yourself. It’s something I really needed a reminder about. I wasn’t...
Philly Shroom Burger

Philly Shroom Burger

One of our favorite cities in America is Philadelphia. Now, granted, we’ve only visited and never lived there, but how can you compete with a city that features both this and this and this and her? Also, how can you not love a city that has so little shame that...
Thanksgiving Recap

Thanksgiving Recap

As we said two weeks ago, Thanksgiving is my personal favorite holiday. I’ve not really gotten into the candy holidays like Halloween and Easter, I don’t enjoy the parties of New Year’s, and I’ve always felt a little awkward towards the giving...

Black Friday Reminders

We had a wonderful day with our family yesterday, and we promise to be back online with photos and recipes (Philly Shroom Burger’s coming) next week.  Until then, as you get out your wallet and prepare to spend money today – here are some ideas we wanted...
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