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  • Paleo Lemon Tahini Tuna Salad Recipe

    One of my favorite go-to lunches is this Paleo Lemon Tahini Tuna Salad. It sounds complicated, but it comes together in a flash with fresh chopped veggies, canned tuna, and a ridiculously simple (and flavorful) lemon tahini dressing. What’s tahini? It’s basically sesame seed butter! If you’re in the market read more…

    Moules et Frites Recipe: 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 read more…

    Paleo Coconut Chili Lime Shrimp

    Crunchy paleo coconut shrimp made even more mouth-watering with lime and chili. Serve with lime wedges for another extra punch of flavor. Some heat from a dipping sauce like Chipotle Mayo would make it even better! Use any size shrimp you like. Ingredients for Paleo Coconut Chili Lime Shrimp  1 lb. read more…

    Ahi Tuna Salad

    Fresh tuna is sooooo tasty…I’ve you’ve never tried it, give it a whirl. It’ll make canned tuna pale in comparison. This recipe is based on one from the Barefoot Contessa, and is a perfect way to add some kick to your plate. Wasabi powder can be found in the Asian read more…

    Paleo Fresh Spring Rolls

    The other day, I wanted fresh spring rolls. Badly. I also happened to be staring at the collard greens in the grocery store and this idea was born. I know you love quick and easy recipes, but I’ll be honest: this one is a bit more labor intensive because there read more…

    Simple Shrimp Ceviche

    Can I interest you in a meal that cooks itself? Yes? I thought so! It’s not too good to be true, it’s just ceviche – a dish of seafood that’s “cooked” using citrus juices and served up with ingredients like tomato, jalapeño and avocado. YUM. Last year, I posted a recipe read more…

    Thai Coconut Soup (Tom Kha) Recipe

    Thai Coconut Soup is one of my favorite Asian dishes. Usually I have recipe writer’s block. The harder I try to think of something to make, the more I can’t. It’s those times when I buy random ingredients and get home to my pantry and fridge that inspiration strikes. My read more…

    Shrimp with Garlic and Artichokes

    I absolutely love shrimp. There. Confession. What I don’t love is cleaning all the icky shells off and taking the vein out, but it’s a small price to pay for these delicious little morsels. I usually look for wild-caught shrimp when it’s on sale and try to avoid farmed when read more…

    Easy Paleo Meals 013: Asian Ahi Tuna Salad

    Note: The Easy Paleo Meals series is here to give you inspiration for quick meal combinations. To make this salad, combine: Seared ahi tuna (sprinkled with ground ginger + sesame seeds) Mixed greens Red pepper Green onion Carrots Mushrooms White wine vinegar Olive oil Drizzle of coconut aminos Shredded nori read more…

    Paleo Noodle Bowl Recipe

    After a brief hiatus – traveling back to the States and returning to reality – I’m back with a tasty new recipe. This meal was inspired by 1) Patton Oswalt’s stand up comedy routine on KFC’s “eating my lunch in a single bowl”  and 2) every noodle dish that you read more…

    Paleo Jalapeño Crab Dip Recipe

      Paleo Jalapeño Crab Dip is the perfect party dip. Holiday time means parties, and parties mean tables full of non-Paleo treats. Today a bunch of the gals from the gym got together for brunch, and I kept trying to think of something interesting to make. My mind kept gravitating read more…

    Shrimp and Greens

    The idea for this recipe came from the back of a Trader Joe’s bag of mixed cooking greens…I modified it by cutting back on the amount of olives called for as well as the addition of the shrimp and sun dried tomatoes. This meal has everything I like: it’s fast, read more…

    Breakfast of Titans

    Do you have 5 minutes? Literally 5 minutes, including time to heat up the pan (okay…5:02)? Then you have enough time to cook up a nutritious dish instead of deferring to something processed or pre-made. Contained within is a solid dose of protein, healthy fats and some good carbs. Breakfast of read more…

    Shrimp in Coconut Broth

    Man, I love the Twitters! So many interesting people with lots to share. In fact, my most recent follow is Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay01)…I bloody love him, especially on Hell’s Kitchen where he curses and kicks people out of the kitchen! Today he posted a delish-looking recipe for “Mussels in an read more…

    Easy Ceviche Recipe

    I’m not sure how authentic this Easy Ceviche is, and frankly all that matters to me is that it’s delicious and simple to make. With warmer weather coming up soon, this cool seafood-based dish is a nice addition to those spring-summer favorites that you may already keep on hand. Ceviche read more…