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Necessity is the Mother of Paleo Invention

Mom and Baby Journey Into Paleo People embark on a Paleo lifestyle for many reasons but not surprisingly, their journey often begins as a quest to ameliorate allergies or intolerances caused by common standard American diet (SAD) foods. Not long ago, I received an email from a mom who was exclusively breastfeeding her 9 month old. Her baby had “terrible eczema” and had been diagnosed with allergies to dairy, wheat, soy, eggs, nuts, coconut, onions and garlic.  Mom decided to … Continue reading


Prosciutto Melon Wrap-Ups

When you need an elegant and simple appetizer idea to serve at your next event, these prosciutto and melon wrap-ups will not disappoint. They use simple Paleo ingredients, plus they’re quick and easy to make the day of your event. When finished, they plate-up beautifully for a delicious presentation. … Continue reading


Salami Stackers

These tasty little snacks are easy to pack on the go. Don't like tomatoes and Dijon? Try pickled peppers and horseradish, or simply smear a slice of avocado with freshly ground black pepper instead. … Continue reading


Paleo Margarita

For those who are hosting a party and are following the Paleo diet, it’s still possible to serve cocktails! Check out this simple to make Paleo margarita. The ingredients are in keeping with the plan and don’t sway from a traditional margarita, so your guests will love this mixer! For those times when you need to let your hair down… … Continue reading

Smoked Salmon and Fennel with Dill

Smoked Salmon and Fennel with Dill

This dish comes together fast with very simple preparation and just a few ingredients. It takes the traditional pairing of salmon and dill and adds aromatic fennel and healthy coconut oil. It can take the place of a scrambled egg dish, or, if you want to make the dish more substantial you can add an egg to it. Kids like it as well. … Continue reading

Bacon Stir-Fry Breakfast

Bacon Stir-Fry Breakfast

This stir-fry recipe mixes bacon with a medley of colorful fresh vegetables and is great for those looking for a healthy weekend breakfast. Any green vegetable can be used in place of the green beans, including peas, kale, or broccoli. Chili powder and chopped garlic can be added for even more flavor. You can make this recipe even more substantial by serving it with a couple of scrambled eggs. … Continue reading


Ham Stir-Fry Breakfast

This stir-fry combines ham, sweet potatoes, and mushrooms and is topped with diced avocado for a delicious and delightfully textured morning meal. You can also replace the avocado with a couple of scrambled eggs if you desire, or add some hot chili powder for some spice. … Continue reading

wedding cupcake cake

Paleo(ish) Wedding Cupcakes

For the last month and a half whilst making arrangements for my upcoming wedding, I've been buzzing around shopping for dresses, suits, and shoes, tearing out my hair picking flowers, making tedious decisions concerning rings and menus, and crying my eyes out while choosing ceremony passages to be read by our loved ones. This thing is a roller coaster, as I'm sure everyone who's married can attest. Amidst all of this stress (I know, I know - my life is … Continue reading

Steak and Eggs

Steak and Eggs

Steak and eggs is a classic breakfast dish. Here this traditional combination is made more nutritious with the addition of onions, mushrooms, peppers, and greens sautéed in coconut oil. It’s a filling recipe that is sure keep you satisfied until lunch. … Continue reading


Tex-Mex Breakfast Scramble

This casserole combines sautéed chicken, eggs and vegetables with Tex-Mex spices like cumin and chili powder. If you want a lighter breakfast, you can leave out the chicken. You could also replace the chicken with steak, turkey, sausage, or lamb. Feel free to add other spices like chipotle seasoning to your taste. … Continue reading