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  • Paleo Roasted Asparagus Recipe

    What better way to celebrate spring than with a Paleo Roasted Asparagus Recipe? Asparagus is a quintessential spring vegetable (click here for my free seasonal spring produce list) and one of the first to emerge from the ground. I decided to take a basic method for roasted asparagus and totally read more…

    Paleo Zucchini Fritters Recipe

    These Paleo Zucchini Fritters are one of my most favorite veggie side dishes I’ve cooked up lately. The recipe’s one I adapted from Smitten Kitchen, a really cool website. If you have a food processor with a shredding blade, this recipe becomes even faster to make but have no fear: read more…

    Caramelized Brussels Sprouts with Lime & Crispy Shallots Recipe

    Steph’s note: This Caramelized Brussels Sprouts with Lime & Crispy Shallots Recipe comes to you courtesy of my very good friend Rach from Meatified. She wrote the most ah-may-zing new cookbook (release date: March 24, 2015!) called Nourish: The Paleo Healing Cookbook, and this is one of its recipes. Nourish has 120 read more…

    Cauliflower Sweet Potato Curry Vindaloo Recipe: Paleo & Whole30

    This Cauliflower Sweet Potato Curry Vindaloo recipe is super-satisfying and easy side dish that will compliment any protein. Recently, my pals at Pure Indian Foods sent me some of their new spices to try, and the bottle of Organic Vindaloo Curry Seasoning really stood out in my mind. I’ve also got read more…

    Beet and Brussels Sprout Salad Recipe

    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 read more…

    PeaNOT Pineapple Slaw Recipe

    Steph’s note: Please give a super warm welcome to my guest blogger Candace, better known around the Web as the creative mind behind Beyoutifully Delicious. She’s incredibly sweet and wickedly innovative in the kitchen, and I know you’re going to love her Paleo recipes. In fact, look out for part read more…

    Simple Braised Root Veggies

    Simple braised root veggies are so easy to make, and they’re an inexpensive way to round out a meal. The leftovers keep well and find their way into my breakfast scrambles or even my post-workout snack. This dish is hearty and warming in the winter, a perfect way to take read more…

    Rosemary Balsamic Butternut Squash

    What’s not to love about caramelized roasted butternut – one of my favorite fall veggies – drizzled with an infused rosemary balsamic glaze…and only 4 ingredients? Sounds like a mouthful of autumn awesome to me. The first time I had squash like this, it was grilled (outdoor cooking for the read more…

    Crunchy Kale Salad Recipe

    Simply put, I’m always trying to eat more veggies. They’re nutrient-dense and incredibly diverse in flavor and texture. I try to eat a balance between raw and cooked veggies every day for variety – and because raw veggies require almost no prep! This salad is pretty simple to prepare and read more…

    Garlic Ginger Brussels Sprouts

    More veggies, please! This is a pretty simple side dish that compliments virtually any main. To save cooking time, I sliced the Brussels sprouts thinly, but if you’re crunched you could either buy them pre-sliced (I’ve seen them at Trader Joe’s) or halve and steam them, then throw them in read more…

    Ratatouille a la Claudette Recipe

    This Ratatouille rainbow on a plate was inspired by a ratatouille made by my amazing friend Claudette, the owner of Cavegirl Confections (her granola and nut butters are HIGH quality and made with love…and she ships). We got together for dinner last week—with scallops, crab cakes, pork belly and lamb kofta read more…

    Cold Zucchini Noodle Salad with Tomato and Olives Recipe

    This Cold Zucchini Noodle Salad recipe will give you another creative use for zoodles. I made this simple cold salad by tossing them with a drizzle of olive oil and white balsamic, then serving them with tomato and olives. With warmer weather upon us, this would be a great side read more…

    Braised Mustard Greens with Bacon

    I try to eat as many greens as I can, and this is gives a nice smoky flavor to the mustard greens which can have little taste on their own. Prep time: 5 min     Cook time: 15 min    Makes: 2 cups Ingredients for Braised Mustard Greens with Bacon 1 large bunch read more…

    Jicama Carrot Slaw

    Memorial Day Weekend is almost here. That means it’s time for more BBQs and summer fun, and it also means it’s socially acceptable to wear white. I almost never wear white because I’m the world’s biggest klutz. Truly. Just this morning, I was grading lab reports with a shaker bottle read more…