This is a slightly easier version of a classic mousse recipe. You can tell because classic recipes never include microwave directions. Whip up a batch the next time you’re in the mood for a retro chocolaty treat!
Low and slow smoking is a beautiful way to prepare a large cut of game meat! You can use this technique with moose, antelope, elk, venison, or even a grocery store roast!
Don’t be misled by the photo! This warm, hearty paleo main course is just as good served with crispy roasted brussels sprouts, lemon-herb asparagus, and baked carrots for a dinner that can be shared by your paleo, gluten-free, and unpicky eaters alike.
Most purple veggies lose their color, but to my shock and delight purple tomatillos stay beautifully vibrant when cooked! If you see some at your farmer’s market, whip up a batch of this vibrant salsa for your next taco night!
Shakshuka is cheap, it’s easy, and it’s incredibly forgiving. I like to mix it up on the road, teaching broke vegetarians how to make it using their favorite flavors.
My Minnesota hosts had two teenage daughters who wanted to make something easy and fun, featuring local ingredients, that would impress their friends. They were thrilled when I whipped up this no-churn ice cream.
Make yourself a totally local farmers market meal by grabbing some locally made brats/sausages, local beer (or bone broth), and a handful of common veggies. The whole plate of comfort food meal comes together in half an hour.
Don’t panic if you have a smoker malfunction! Use this simple and common restaurant technique to transform that expensive slab of charcoal you call a brisket back into edible meat!
Using a French technique makes everything look fancy – but the truth is these parchment packets are incredibly easy and make for a fun, impressive presentation. Cooking your fish inside the parchment keeps it moist and prevents the bottom from getting unpleasantly crunchy in the oven.
Satisfy your sweet tooth without breaking your diet! This high fiber dessert is Paleo, AIP, Gluten Free, and Vegan! They’re a great, healthy alternative you can serve to all the dueling diets around your table. Make a little extra and the leftovers transform into a fantastic topping for chicken, turkey, or pork.