• Stuffed Acorn Squash Recipe

    As autumn is upon us, the selection and quality of hard squashes available in the store or the farmer’s market is rapidly increasing. No time like the present to pick one up and start rotating in some seasonal veggies. Seriously, it may be time to start backing away from tomatoes, read more…

    Creamy Leek Soup Recipe

    Creamy Leek Soup is one of my all-time favorite soups! The autumn months are here. Longer nights. Colder days. It’s getting to be soup weather. (Though, I love soup all year long.) This creamy, really simple dish is modeled after vichyssoise, a silky soup made with potatoes and cream or read more…

    Paleo Peach Mango Ginger Chutney

    When I made my Coconut Wild Boar Burgers, I was searching for the perfect accompaniment. Peaches were calling to me because they’re in season and juicy and pair really well with pork, so I created this Paleo peach chutney to put on top almost like a relish. Chutney, traditional to read more…

    Easy Paleo Lamb Sliders

    The other day, I was really craving a Greek salad (score for salad cravings, right?!). I had all the veggie components in the fridge, but I definitely wanted to top it with something meaty, so I came up with a quick batch of lamb burgers. In the end, I wound read more…

    Roasted Salsa Verde Recipe

      This Roasted Salsa Verde recipe will mean you don’t ever have to buy store-bought salsa again! Every once in a while, I buy prepared salsa from the store. A bottle of organic salsa verde (green salsa) made its way into my cart recently and though I’d scanned the label read more…

    Paleo Carnitas Egg Muffins

    Breakfast muffins are a really easy way to use up leftover cooked meat and make for portable protein as well. I woke up the other day, threw these together and considered them tasty enough to post on the blog. Use any kind of cooked shredded meat (or even ground meat) read more…

    Slow Cooker Caribbean Oxtails

                                    What the heck is oxtail? Most of what we – and by we I mean Americans – call oxtail is actually tail sections from a cow. It contains a center bone and can be read more…