Paleo Stuffing

I have never been much of a stuffing fan but this recipe is making me a bit of a convert!  It has all the great flavors of stuffing but none of the guilt if you are gluten or grain free eating.  I was really impressed with this meal and I can see it becoming a holiday staple at my...

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Paleo Green Bean Casserole

This makes a great substitute for the typical ho-hum green bean casserole that we all grew up eating at the holidays.

1.5 lb. green beans
2 Tbs. Ghee
1 small onion diced
2 cloves garlic
8 oz mushrooms chopped
18 oz Coconut Milk
1 – 1/2 Tbsp Tapioca Starch (Flour)
Sea Salt & Pepper to taste
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Mashed Parsnips

We made the parsnips with and without the nutmeg and I have to say that I personally like the ones without much better.  I could still taste the parsnip but other than that the texture and consistency were the same as regular mashed potatoes.  If you are looking to avoid nightshade...

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Gorgonzola Stuffed Chicken Breast

Gorgonzola Stuffed Chicken Breast with Balsamic sautéed asparagus

This was an amazingly easy primal meal that we threw together last week.  I loved the Gorgonzola stuffed chicken and the combination between pan frying and baking.  You have to be very careful when you make the...

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My Top 5 Paleo Holiday Side Recipes

It has officially started!  The season of gluttony, late nights, early mornings and way too much sugar and stress.  Thanksgiving is a mere 4 weeks away and keeping true to the diet is next to impossible.  So, I thought that I would take the next couple of months and post...

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Paleo Root Vegetables

These were a big hit with everyone!  I would have added in a few shallots to mix up the flavors a bit but we used parsnips, turnips and butternut squash (yeah, I know, not really a root but it added a different color and flavor to the dish).

Ingredients:

  • 3 lbs assorted root vegetables,...
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Over the Counter vs Natural Treatments for Colic

If you have had, or currently have babies, one of the hardest most heart-wrenchingly painful things you can hear is your baby crying uncontrollably.

Especially when they wake up, and you are stumbling, blearily around the house trying to get them fed, hoping it's simply because they're hungry and...

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What Everyone, (Even Men), Should Know About Women's Health: PCOS

Common signs and symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) are wide ranging.  The most common symptoms being irregular or absent menstrual cycles, irregular or absent ovulation or “subfertility”, infertility, male pattern hair growth or loss (this isn’t just on your lip...

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Ultimate Bacon Lovers Dinner

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Ultimate Bacon Lovers Dinner I've had a busy week at the office and not been able to cook much this week.  So, Erin took over the cooking duties and she rocked it!   This was a great bacon meal.  She said that it was really easy, and I have to say it was absolutely delicious!
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Art of Healing Comes from Nature

Have you ever wondered where the term bombastic comes from? Paracelsus (Born Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim) was at the very least a very interesting man! 

He was so exuberant and arrogant that his name still has meaning today even if you have never heard of...

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