Creamy Butternut Bisque with Bacon

Creamy Butternut Bisque with Bacon

You ever have an idea that rattles around in your head for days and days and you keep thinking “yeah, I’ll get to that” and then other things get in the way and you move your website and launch a newsletter and then move in your sister-in-law and nephew and then move your website again and next thing you know it’s 6 weeks later and you finally...
Guest Post, Paleo Cupboard: Mashed Sweet Potatoes in Orange Cups

Guest Post, Paleo Cupboard: Mashed Sweet Potatoes in Orange Cups

This week we’re excited to welcome Amy from The Paleo Cupboard as our Guest Blogger!  We first followed Amy and her delicious recipes on Pinterest and then Instagram.  We love her real food focus! We know you’ll want to hear more from Amy after you try her recipe, so be sure to check her out on the Real Food Conference this week! Find the schedule of...
Review: Well Fed 2 with Pina Colada Chicken Recipe

Review: Well Fed 2 with Pina Colada Chicken Recipe

It doesn’t seem that long ago that we were reviewing the first Well Fed. In reality, it’s been nearly two years. Can you believe it?  That was the early days of paleo books. Back when The Paleo Solution and Everyday Paleo were quite recent events and we had only just seen the first two big paleo cookbooks, Paleo Comfort Foods and Make it Paleo. So when Well...
Guest Post, The Primalist: Salted Chocolate Coconut Stacks

Guest Post, The Primalist: Salted Chocolate Coconut Stacks

This week we’re visited by the Primalist, a Paleo/Primal blogger from Vancouver, Canada. When she first came across the notion of Paleo/Primal back in 2010, the information just clicked. It strongly resonated with her that our ancestors only ate foods that they could hunt and gather, and that those are the foods that our bodies are built to consume – when we...
Guest Post, Swiss Paleo: Making Friends With Tasty Treats

Guest Post, Swiss Paleo: Making Friends With Tasty Treats

This week we’re visited by Lisa Broccoli of www.swisspaleo.ch or www.swisspaleo.com. Lisa is an American ex-part living in Switzerland since 1996. She is a registered nurse and certified nutritionist, and is involved with Swiss Paleo for fun. A big fan of life in Switzerland, Lisa can be found hiking in the Alps and visiting her neighbors that are cows, but you...
Pete’s Paleo Bacon and Corned Pork Potato Hash

Pete’s Paleo Bacon and Corned Pork Potato Hash

A while back we met Pete and Sarah Servold at a paleo conference and were surprised to find out that we had an actual trained chef in the paleo community! As I’ve said before, I am completely self-taught and so are many other food bloggers out there. So, it’s pretty exciting that someone is bringing to bear the combined wisdom of culinary history and the...
Guest Post, Vanessa from Clean Eating with a Dirty Mind: Paleo Pumpkin Swirl Cheesecake Squares

Guest Post, Vanessa from Clean Eating with a Dirty Mind: Paleo Pumpkin Swirl Cheesecake Squares

This week we’re visited by Vanessa of Clean Eating with a Dirty Mind, a blogger with a big reputation in the paleo community! Vanessa is known for taking cravings and making them a paleo reality. She successfully paleo-izes old favorites and creates new treats that quickly make us forget our non-paleo days of SAD indulgences. Today Vanessa provides us with a treat...
Crispy Roast Duck

Crispy Roast Duck

Recently, US Wellness Meats, our go to online grass fed meat vendor, came out with a new line of pastured duck offerings. If you know us, you know that this was extremely good news. We’ve been looking for a good duck source for a while. We particularly love duck fat, using it almost as much as we use lard. Anything from French fries to chicken is improved if you...
Guest Post, Arielle from Paleoteen: Thai Vegetable Curry

Guest Post, Arielle from Paleoteen: Thai Vegetable Curry

For this week’s guest series post, we’re visited by Arielle, as known as @paleoteen. This sixteen year old foodie is known for her grain, sugar, and dairy free creations, and has developed quite a buzz in the paleo socialsphere. Her Instagram is followed by many, and one look at the food photos and you will understand why. Today Arielle shares a recipe for...
Stacy’s Soups

Stacy’s Soups

Almost every morning Stacy posts a picture of her breakfast to Instagram. Most of the time, this breakfast is soup. And almost every time we are bombarded for requests for “Recipe?!” I really don’t know how to respond to that request. First of all, if there is a recipe available for anything we share, we will include the link somewhere in there or tell...
Cole’s Mango Madness

Cole’s Mango Madness

If you asked Cole what his favorite fruit in the world was, he would definitely say “Mango!” And really, how can you blame him? They’re perfectly appealing to a kid. Very sweet, soft, and slippery, a mango is truly a golden treasure. But mangoes have their difficulties, too. While not so maddeningly frustrating as, say, Cole’s second favorite...
Glamping: How to Camp Paleo Style… with Glamour

Glamping: How to Camp Paleo Style… with Glamour

We get a lot of requests for what we eat when we travel. Well, we don’t often travel, but here’s an example of a recent trip we took and how we prepared. On this occasion, we fed eight people (mostly) paleo for seven meals over three days with snack in between. We’ve even included TWO NEW RECIPES at the end of the post, which we made on our weekend...
Guest Post, Karen from Living Low Carb, One Day at a Time: Blueberry Cobbler Ice Cream

Guest Post, Karen from Living Low Carb, One Day at a Time: Blueberry Cobbler Ice Cream

This week we’re visited by Karen of Living Low Carb One Day at a Time, who is sharing her journey to reach her goal weight and all the delicious foods she is enjoying along the way. We found Karen through her egg-free, grain-free breakfast book, Awaken, and are glad we did because this recipe (and all of her creations!) are awesome! Today Karen shares her recipe...
Chicken Liver Mousse

Chicken Liver Mousse

Over at Stacy’s Instagram and the Paleo Parents Facebook page Stacy has been talking and sharing pictures of her new favorite food ever since I first made it (here, here, here, here, and here). She gives credit to it for keeping her skin clear, improving her moods, and for keeping her healthy. She takes it to the movie theater, eats it as breakfast and dessert, and...
Mango Sticky (not) Rice

Mango Sticky (not) Rice

After Stacy and I had been together a couple years, my empty nest mom decided to take up the hobby of Thai cooking by taking lessons at a local restaurant. Once we were aware of this, it became a tradition among my brothers and myself to request a huge Thai meal for our birthdays. She would make pad Thai and drunken noodles and soups and spring rolls and fried rice. A...
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