Bonus Fitness & Nutrition Guide

“Am I doing this right?” It’s a common question I hear from Paleo people all the time! To go along with my upcoming cookbook—the one that comes out in just a bit over 8 weeks!—I created a companion bonus ebook called The Performance Paleo Cookbook Fitness & Nutrition Guide to help you figure out if you’re doing read more…

Food Photography Tips—Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of my series on Food Photography Tips! (Click here to read Part 1.) I’m on a mission to help beginners make their food photos look better, so we’re going to jump right in with some basics on styling. Plus, keep reading down for a killer giveaway from my friends at Erickson Wood Works…wink wink. Here’s read more…

Moules et Frites—Mussels & Fries

Moules et Frites (or Mussels & Fries) is one of my favorite appetizer-style dishes that seems so fancy, but is quite simple to make. Sometimes when I can get local mussels for a good deal, I’ll make a big batch and eat the whole thing, but this can easily be split among two people as read more…

Totally Pinchworthy

You know that thing of where you get recognized for something really awesome by your peers? Well, that just happened. I was nominated three Paleo Magazine Best of 2014 awards along with some M E G A talented folks like Nom Nom Paleo and Mel Joulwan. To say that I’m humbled is an understatement, and it makes me read more…

Food Photography Tips—Part 1

Some simple food photography tips can take your pictures from boring to beautiful, and today I’m sharing Part 1 of a three-part series. It wasn’t too long ago that I was taking pictures with my iPhone in poor lighting (or even worse—with the bright glare of a flash), but through trial and error, some education, read more…

Curried Kabocha Squash Soup—Paleo & Whole30

Curried Kabocha Squash Soup is so stupid-easy to make with only five ingredients, and it’s the perfect way to celebrate my favorite fall squash. Kabocha—also called “buttercup” in other regions of the United States and simply “pumpkin” in other parts of the world—tastes like a mash up between butternut squash and sweet potato. It’s wonderfully tasty read more…

4 Paleo Swaps for Pasta & Rice

Paleo swaps for pasta and rice can really help ease your transition into this way of eating. When you first go Paleo, it can be challenging to construct grain-free meals particularly when pasta or rice were staples of your diet. Luckily, there are some easy Paleo swaps you can use to replicate the “feel” of these read more…

Beet and Brussels Sprout Salad

Steph’s note: This recipe is a sneak preview of Cindy Sexton’s upcoming book “Paleo Takes 5 – Or Fewer: Healthy Eating was Never Easier with These Delicious 3, 4 and 5 Ingredient Recipes.” Cindy’s come up with a cookbook full of stupid-easy recipes with 3, 4 or 5 ingredients perfect for beginning chefs or those who read more…

Join Us On a Thai Culinary Adventure!

Nick Massie of Paleo Nick and I are teaming up for a one-week cultural and culinary adventure in Chiang Mai, Thailand…and we want YOU there! Spend 7 days / 6 nights in gorgeous Chiang Mai, experiencing the culture and cuisine that makes this area of the world famous. You’ll participate in two cooking classes, tour local open-air read more…

Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice

Making your own Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice means you’ll never run out again. I love shaking some into a homemade pumpkin spice latte…perfect way to celebrate fall! Print Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice Rating: 51 Prep Time: 5 minutes Yield: 1/4 cup (22 g) Ingredients2 tbsp (8g) cinnamon 1 tbsp (4 g) ground ginger 1/2 tbsp (3 g) read more…

Protein Pumpkin Spice Coffee

I mean, what says fall more than pumpkin spice coffee? Recently, Food Babe blasted Starbucks for their fall favorite, the PSL (pumpkin spice latte), for its chemical-filled ingredients. I’ve never been a fan of the PSL, and a few years ago, I posted my own recipe for a homemade pumpkin spice latte right here on the read more…