Appetizers

Appetizers appropriate for Real Food, Ancestral, Grain-Free, Weston Price, SCD, GAPS, Paleo, Primal and diets

Recipe: Deviled Egg Peeps

Recipe: Deviled Egg Peeps post image

It's that time of the year when you start to see those adorable candy peeps in the stores. They ARE cute but do you really want your kids to eat them? They are full of chemicals – in fact, there is nothing real in them… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Crispy Baked Kale Chips (Paleo, AIP, SCD, GAPS) post image

Well I finally joined the 21st century and bought a new TV (it's been over 15 years). To celebrate after setting it up and admiring how modern it looks, I wanted something to crunch on while watching. Since following a grain free diet, I haven't… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Sorrel Greens Soup (Paleo, GAPS, SCD) post image

With the cooler weather coming in I wanted to use up all the greens still growing in my garden. I had planted a small patch of sorrel in the spring and I have gotten several bunches from it. There is was, growing back again and… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Avocado Peach Salsa

Recipe: Avocado Peach Salsa post image

A sweet and spicy salsa adds dimension to any meal. This sweet salsa compliments salmon and other seafood as well as chicken very well. With summer light fare and lots of outdoor eating, this seasonal Avocado Peach Salsa is a treat to look forward to… Click to Continue →

Chilled Avocado Cucumber Soup post image

No one in my house wants to drink hot soup in summer. But I want us to get the benefits of drinking my fantastic chicken broth that is loaded with collagen and gelatin. The solution is to make some cold summer soups! This Avocado Cucumber… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Grilled Balsamic Shrimp Kabobs post image

It's summer and grilling season! Here's a fun recipe that the whole family loves! These shrimp kabobs provide a complete meal with protein, fat and carbohydrate all in one package. Get your kids to help in the cutting of the vegetables and even placing them… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Spring Fritata

Recipe: Spring Fritata post image

A fritata is slightly different from an omelette and perhaps a little more trendy. Fritata is from the italian word, fritta, the feminine past participle of the verb "to fry." But it is way more than just fried eggs or even an omelette. This is… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Curried Egg Salad

Recipe: Curried Egg Salad post image

What to do with all those extra Easter eggs? Make egg salad of course. Since you may have many extra eggs you can make a large amount of egg salad. This is a great idea for company and may be used for sandwiches, salads or… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Stuffed Spiced Acorn Squash GF post image

Now is the time to buy plenty of squash -- all kinds. I do not worry about trying to source organic squash. It is too difficult and they are quite expensive. Importantly, they are not on the "dirty dozen" list so I do not feel… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Celeriac Latkes With Onion and Fennel post image

Hanukkah would not be as festive if not for latkes. Also known as, The Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is a celebration of the rededication of the Second Temple. Judah Maccabee and the other Jews who took part in this event, witnessed what they believed to… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Onion Biscuits GF DF

Recipe: Onion Biscuits GF DF post image

Sometimes you just want to have something with dinner that isn't sweet. Something that goes with a bracing stew or steaming soup. These grain-free biscuits are flavorful and dense and taste great slathered with ghee or butter. This time of year I start making a… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Paleo Pumpkin Bread for Paleo Pen Pals and a Guest Recipe post image

I was invited to participate in a paleo food blogger swap called Paleo Pen Pals. I thought that was a very cool idea so I joined up. Each month I get an email from a new penpal. We send each other a Paleo/local food ingredient… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Bacon-Mushroom Spinach

Recipe: Bacon-Mushroom Spinach post image

I used to eat raw spinach salads frequently. However, I learned that raw spinach is very high in oxalates. Cooking does help reduce the amount of oxalates a little, but not too much. I'm not particularly sensitive to oxalates but many people are sensitive and… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Bacon and Leek Egg Bake (from go grain-free) post image

Leeks belong to the Allium vegetable family. They have a flavor similar to onion or scallion and similar nutrition profiles. I particularly like them with eggs. This recipe is for the cutest baked egg muffins with a lot of flavor. The bacon is essential to… Click to Continue →

Recipe From Go Grain-Free: Tomato Soup post image

With the cooler nights and shorter days, comes the last harvest of my tomatoes. I had so many all at once I decided to make tomato soup. Though it was never a favorite of mine, I set out to create a version that did not… Click to Continue →

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