It’s hard to find a topic that is not controversial to the point of starting a fist fight these days… Maybe I’m jaded but I have this sense that even if someone developed a cheap, easily accessible cure for all cancers, someone would be cranky about it and leave a “1 star review” for the… Continue Reading
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NorCal Margarita Recipe
While alcohol isn’t Paleo, we’re social creatures and imbibing is a huge part of our culture. So, let’s just do it smarter, right? Much of the problem with drinking is not the booze itself but all the extra crap that comes with it. Ditch your heavy IPAs and umbrella drinks. Nicki and I first whipped… Continue Reading
No Fuss, No Muss, Summer Burger Recipe!
Hey folks! When I asked your greatest struggles with eating a paleo, keto, and/or low carb diet, a few common problems rose to the top: Folks do not have much time for cooking It’s hard to get kids to eat what is on the table. Folks think every meal needs to be a complex #foodporn… Continue Reading
Chicken and Peaches- Local Production meets Local Consumption!
We’ve got chickens in the brooder, tomato starts indoors and buds on our peach trees. Barring a severe cold streak between now and June, there will be a copious amounts of these ingredients available here in East Tennessee fresh and ready for our tummies. If you have the slightest green thumb or backyard chicken bone… Continue Reading
Chop Chop Salad- Spring is Coming!
Up until this mornings freezing temperatures (we’re in East TN), you would have thought that Spring had arrived several months ago. Despite the cold snap, we are in the midst of planning our garden and getting things started in a DIY Hoop house to get a head start on any late frosts. This Chop Chop… Continue Reading
Thai Fish Cakes
Weeknight Paleo hits store shelves tomorrow. We’ll be having a little celebration at the house tomorrow night for this most joyous occasion and our fish cakes are on the menu. These little buggers make a tremendous appetizer and can scale up to a full serving of protein for your meal. If you’re pantry looks anything… Continue Reading
Basil-Ginger Pork from Weeknight Paleo
We had the tremendous opportunity to be on Robb’s podcast this last week to discuss our farming enterprise and some of the lessons learned at this early stage of production. Happily, we can announce that our third cookbook is out of production and set to hit book shelves next week. Weeknight Paleo is our best… Continue Reading
Well Fed Weeknights: Make Paleo Easier & More Fun
Well Fed Weeknights: Make Paleo Easier & More Fun I’m Melissa Joulwan, but you can call me Mel. You might be familiar with me because of my paleo cookbooks Well Fed, Well Fed 2, and the soon-to-be-released Well Fed Weeknights: Complete Paleo Meals in 45 Minutes or Less. I also write a blog called… Continue Reading
Meatballs and Summer Squash…and an Update!
Hey folks, A little update on my upcoming book: I just worked through publishers edits on Wired To Eat. I THINK that’s it for the editing on my side and we are still looking at a March/April 2017 release. It’s a BIG book, and even as large as it is I had to cut a… Continue Reading
Recipe: Picadillo Stuffed Squash
Recipe by: Ariel of http://thepaleologic.com/ Picadillo is a traditional dish in many of Latin America countries. It’s made with ground beef and other local ingredients. I like the Cuban version that includes green olives to the mix of flavors. I also made it with 2 kinds of meat to make things more interesting: pork and… Continue Reading
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