Ah, charcuterie. My favorite type of “batch-cooking”! Today, I’m sharing plenty of nutrient-dense, flavorful charcuterie recipes that happen to be in line with the paleo autoimmune protocol. In my mind, charcuterie ranges anywhere from homemade bacon, home smoked meats, delicious pâtés, and homemade sausages. Charcuterie also includes dressed up meat dishes like galantines, roulades, confit, […]
A co-worker recently gifted us with seven freshly hunted ducks. Yes, I did a jig. While I’ve cooked duck a few times before, we’ve not yet had the full prepping/de-feathering experience. Yes, a mess was made. Luv helped The Mister and Bugsy curiously watched. I helped where ever I could and went to town, cleaning […]
This chicken had Luv all sorts of excited. She loves when we have chicken for dinner because that (usually) means she’ll have chicken in her lunch the next day.
This soup is inspired by Luv and her unquenchable curiosity and desire to learn. See, we’re no stranger to tongue or plantains. She and I were talking about different meals commonly made with those ingredients. And she broke out a little Spanish (show off 😉). sopa de plátano So I asked if she knew there […]
A couple of weeks back, I pulled a brisket out of the fridge and my initial thought was to prep it for the oven (see that recipe here). A long to-do list was looming and my motivation (and energy) wasn’t exactly up for babysitting a brisket. I pulled out my slow cooker and quickly threw […]
It’s been a week since The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook was released. If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook you know (like many of the other contributors) I’ve been cooking recipes from it all week. But I don’t have an Instant Pot. *record scratch*
So many AIPers have an Instant Pot and I totally understand why. This multi-use appliance helps cut down time in the kitchen and, for many, has become a meal prep BFF. But with all newfangled contraptions, there is some initial confusion and questions about how to adapt AIP recipes to use it. There was a […]
I’ll let you in on a little secret. As much fun as I’ve been having with Ferment Fridays over on Snapchat, I still feel like I get stuck in a fermenting rut now and then. Food ruts are the pits, aren’t they? I knew I had to snap out of it. In the spirit of […]
This colorful lacto-fermented cauliflower has been making our bellies quite happy. 🙂 I’ve served this with salads, sausages, fish – I’ve even packed some florets in Luv’s lunches!