Ribs are definitely a paper plate kind of food, you know what I mean? It’s just the right way to eat them. So grab a paper plate, pile it high with a stack of these tasty ribs, and go to town. A pile of bones is a true gesture of gratitude to your chef.
There are two ways to make this dinner: paleo or primal. We are not hard and fast on the no-dairy rule in paleo. We avoid nearly all dairy, but on occasion we will eat some cheese or use butter in cooking. Feel free to leave out the cheese if dairy bothers you. It’s all good.
Coconut Curry Chicken is one of those easy set-it-and-forget-it type of meals that everyone in the family will devour and then ask for more. Restaurant quality food right at your dining room table.
Most commercial tomato soups have added sugars and some pretty strange ingredients. I found this out the hard way when my kids had a craving and there was nothing I was okay buying them. Naturally, I created my own recipe with ingredients I felt good feeding my own kids.
Egg Drop Soup is typically made with cornstarch as a thickener, but this grain-free version uses arrowroot starch instead and is restaurant quality in the comfort of your own kitchen.
This is a grain-free spin on the classic cowboy casserole. Using corn-free cornbread as the topping, and perfectly seasoned ground beef mixed with sauteéd veggies as the base. This will quickly become a family favorite.
Leftover Paleo Chicken Nuggets are the star in this salad, but if you don’t have any, they’re worth making a fresh batch. This is a salad that even the kids will want to eat. Don’t forget the Honey Mustard Dressing.
So, in case you were wondering, I’m still here. I know it’s been way too long since I posted any new recipes, but holy man, the holidays took way more of a toll on me than I was counting on. My in-laws came to town for Christmas but that wasn’t even the rough part. As […]
I remember the first time I ever cooked a turkey. Luckily, it isn’t one of those first-timer experiences that involves a fire truck or inedible food. It was pretty uneventful, for the most part. And the turkey was edible and appeared to be enjoyed by all, whether they were lying or not does not matter […]
Snow is in the forecast, the air is cooler, and it’s still dark at 7:00am. That means it’s time for slowcooker meals that fill the house with delicious aromas and give you that warm, cozy feeling. Unless you have a fireplace, in which case I would suggest using that too, because fireplaces are awesome. I […]
So, you know how I was just talking about how much I love Fall and it’s the bestest of all the seasons? Well, Rob decided we needed to go take advantage of the cooler temps and head up to the mountains for the weekend to check out the beautiful Aspens changing to their golden hues. […]
Two versions of this perfect pork shoulder recipe (one of which is Whole30-compliant) ensure that your entire family can (and will) love this simple meal. And with all the leftovers, you’ll be able to enjoy it for lunch the next day as well.
P.F. Chang’s Mongolian Beef with paleo ingredients? You don’t have to pinch yourself, this isn’t a dream. Now you can enjoy your favorite restaurant meal in the comfort of you home for way less money and all while maintaining your healthy lifestyle.
You can’t go wrong with BBQ or bacon, and this delicious recipe is stuffed with both! Easy to prepare, healthy, and delicious enough that everyone will ask for more. Plus, it’s a great way to sneak in some greens.
No need to remember to thaw your steaks, here’s a simple way to cook a frozen steak that tastes great.