It was mentioned in Paleo Talk 14 that I would finally get around to documenting and posting one of my food items. The first one I decided on is curry. Much of the information and ingredients are similar to Sarah’s green curry. We differ in a few of the prep steps and brands used so this will add another angle on how to make a super easy meal. I call this Red or Green because the steps are pretty much the same no matter which paste you have. The Red is spicier and has more chili and shrimp aroma. The Green is crisper and refreshing with strong Kaffir lime flavor. [Read more...]
If it’s cold where you are this stew is sure to warm you up over the weekend and your house will be filled with amazing smells of this slow cooked meal. My friend Laura gave me a butternut squash soup recipe which I tweaked a bit and adapted into this satisfying stew. [Read more...]
I recently posted about the endless soup options one can come up with from simply boiling down a left over chicken carcass. Besides the chocolate custard that I made for my family on Valentines Day, I also roasted a chicken and the next day came up with this delicious and blog worthy soup. The rain is back in Northern CA and having a warm and subtly spicy chicken soup for leftovers has been comforting and yummy!
Thai Curry is one of our favorite “go to” dishes and so easy to make I almost feel like I missed something after the meal is ready! You can put whatever you want to into this curry but I’ll give you the recipe for what we used the other night and it was a winning combo!
I might be a lot of things, but one thing that I know I am is a pretty gosh darn compassionate person. I know it sounds kind of corny but I really do care. So here’s my life: I have this blog, now a podcast, wrote my book, I answer questions, take care of three kids, help my husband run a business, train at Norcal, work-out, clean my house, walk the dogs, do the laundry, make the beds, wash the dishes, oh and wait – I COOK PALEO MEALS!! Is it hard?
I made this chicken last Wednesday for dinner and there was more than enough for lunch for John and I the following day. I love my little helpers in the kitchen and Rowan was super cute stacking the cut up parsnips like blocks! This dish was beyond easy, versatile, and all three of the boys asked for seconds!! We ate the dish with a spinach salad for dinner and for lunch the next day I served the chicken over some steamed kale.
Weekends are perfect for making a big pot of something delicious…. Today we made Chile Verde and while it slowly simmered on the stove top we walked the dogs in the park and also ran a few errands around town. The end result of our long wait for dinner was melt in your mouth, scrumptious, and subtly spicy homemade chile verde – to die for!!! [Read more...]