Round Up of Healing Foods: What to Eat When You’re Sick

Round Up of Healing Foods: What to Eat When You’re Sick

Our team member Katy of Free Range Katy is back today with an awesome round-up of nutrient dense foods. Although these foods are ideal when trying to fight a cold or flu, they are even better when used as preventative medicine to be healthy and strong on a daily basis to fight the germs you come into contact with. They are the basis for Phase 3 of Healing in Real Life...
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...
TPV Podcast, Episode 18: Paleo 102

TPV Podcast, Episode 18: Paleo 102

Our eighteenth show! Ep. 18: Paleo 102 In this episode, Stacy and Sarah continue to talk about the basics of paleo in hopes of helping those that are getting on board. What do these paleo ladies actually do to stay healthy and strong? What foods are they actually eating? They share their tips in this episode!   Click the picture above to be taken to iTunes or...
Winter Is Coming

Winter Is Coming

Where we are, in the temperate Mid-Atlantic region of the US, I’ve noticed that the long pants are coming back. Stacy pulled out boots and cardigans from the back of the closet. I almost put on a sweater the other morning. The hooks outside the preschool classroom are beginning to be populated by coats. Yep, it looks like winter is coming. But all is not lost! We...
Beef Bacon 50/50 Braunschweiger Burger Sliders

Beef Bacon 50/50 Braunschweiger Burger Sliders

Probably the most difficult task most paleo and ancestral health advocates advise you to do is to eat organ meats, particularly liver. Frankly, I just have a really hard time stomaching the preparation of organ meats. One time, I made this with both liver and kidneys and felt so nauseous afterwards that I couldn’t eat it, even though the rest of my family scarfed...
TPV Podcast, Episode 2: The Autoimmune Protocol

TPV Podcast, Episode 2: The Autoimmune Protocol

Our second show! Ep. 2: The Autoimmune Protocol In this episode, Stacy and Sarah are both on the autoimmune protocol of the paleo diet for their various health issues. This has been a topic of much discussion among blog readers and pod listeners! The ladies breakdown why they are on the protocol, what it is, and who it can help. We hope this answers your questions!...
Sweet Heart Jerky

Sweet Heart Jerky

It’s MARCH! That means Eat Like a Dinosaur is just around the corner! In honor of our book’s release, we are the Featured Chef this month over at US Wellness Meats. We’ll be sharing a brand new recipe every week this month featuring products from the preeminent online pastured meat distributor. We’ve tried a BUNCH of US Wellness Meat items and can...
Lamb Neck Stew

Lamb Neck Stew

As we mentioned earlier, we’ll be making an effort to teach you how cook more unusual cuts of meat. That’s because we’ve committed to only buying pastured, humane meat from now on. And that’s not cheap. Guess what? Unusual cuts are much more affordable! Today, we’ll share how we made braised lamb necks and turned them into an amazing...
Mount Vernon Farm: Humane, Sustainable and an Affordable How-To

Mount Vernon Farm: Humane, Sustainable and an Affordable How-To

Remember this post, where I mentioned Mount Vernon Farms and their on-site bed and breakfast, the Inn at Mount Vernon Farm? As soon as Matt and I were back to the “real world” (post-honeymoon), I contacted them. I was so excited to have found another quality meat source and wanted to make arrangements to visit sometime. And then Molly Peterson, wife to the...
Spaghetti Squash with Meat and Offal Sauce

Spaghetti Squash with Meat and Offal Sauce

The other day we acquired some beef liver and lamb kidneys from ye olde pasture farm and didn’t know how to use them. After some discussions and research we decided that the best use would be to grind it up and cover it with acid (tomatoes). The result has been our awesome Organ Meat Pie and now we present to you spaghetti squash with offal sauce.   Spaghetti...
Organ Meat Pie

Organ Meat Pie

Like Shepherd’s Pie, this slow roasted ground lamb and beef pie adds a dash of organ meat to the ground-meat-mix, then is layered with shredded carrots and broccoli, topped with mashed cauliflower. Super nutrient-rich dinner with a natural sweetness had the boys devouring 3rd helpings! Organ Meat Pie 1.5 lbs ground beef, lamb, venison or pork 1 beef liver 1/2 lb...
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