Sunday, January 6, 2013


  1. train2live | January 6, 2013 at 10:36 am

    Just wanted to pass on a recommendation. My wife bought me the “Everyday Paleo” cookbook by Sarah Fragoso for Christmas. It is full of great recipes, including pictures of the foods. We have been experimenting all weekend with many of the recipes and they are awesome!! We even made some of our own Paleo condiments like Paleo Mayo, Catsup and Humus. Really terrific!!

    Good luck, everyone and happy eating!!

    Dave O.

  2. jdchristopher | January 6, 2013 at 9:07 pm

    Likewise, Gigi and I bought the Practical Paleo cookbook… burgers with sweet potato pancakes as buns?? BRILLIANT! It was a rocky start at first (beets– don’t like ’em, don’t want ’em), but we’ve found our groove and have a fridge stocked for lunch and dinner all week!

    … As for the hardest part… I’ve been under the weather and watching more TV than my brain is used to… while craving certain non-paleo foods, mind you… and I’ve suddenly realized how many frickin’ fast food adds are on during any given commercial break… I get it, you serve cheap yummy pizza… STOP FLAUNTING IT!

    …also, the “kill all the things” phase was pretty ludicrous.

  3. Mrs. F | January 7, 2013 at 11:54 am

    I have and love both the “Paleo Comfort Foods” and “Well Fed” cookbooks. PCF is more “advanced”, but if you’re already an experienced cook, it is excellent. Well Fed is 100% Whole 30 compliant recipes, and I think is probably the best recipe book I’ve got on how to make spice blends and use spices to elevate food.


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