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.
I wrapped up identically seasoned elk, goat, bison, veal, and beef in cute little hand pies and made a game of guessing the meat. It’s a fun way introduce people to exotic meats they might not have tried as a filet.
The next time you need an exotic cake that would make HR Geiger’s eyeballs pop, pick up a jar of hibiscus flowers preserved in syrup! The look and flavor are deliciously otherworldly!
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.
If you miss Thai takeout, try whipping up a batch of this lemongrass chicken. Thanks to the turmeric, lemongrass, and ginger it tastes a lot like Thai Yellow Curry. Enjoy it like a stew or try it over some malaga rice.
Welcome to multiple high protein breakfast options, all made from leftover chicken! All you need is a food processor to turn your leftovers into a protein packed breakfast.
This easy Paleo AIP breakfast is a great lesson in cooking once, using twice. Last night’s baked white sweet potatoes meet seasoned ground beef for a crispy morning hash!
This Paleo AIP green herb marinade creates a rich, herby sauce that also doubles as a warm salad dressing.
These easy Honey-Ginger Glazed carrots are a perfect side dish for any meal where you have both Paleo and Vegetarian guests!