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After the hoopla of fall travel and the winter holidays, Dave and I decided we would not travel at all until the summer. But you know what they say about the best-laid plans—last week, we visited Stockholm, and this is how it went down. Once upon a time… As […] Continue Reading ->
Have you ever massaged your kale? I didn’t understand why kale salads were so popular until I learned the massaging trick. Now it all makes sense. Bitter and tough but loaded with vitamins, minerals, and fiber, kale has a well-deserved reputation as a numero uno leafy green. When […] Continue Reading ->
Have you ever massaged your kale? I didn’t understand why kale salads were so popular until I learned the massaging trick. Now it all makes sense. Bitter and tough but loaded with vitamins, minerals, and fiber, kale has a well-deserved reputation as a numero uno leafy green. When […] Continue Reading ->
Moo shu pork was my “usual” for Chinese take-out until I became a paleo devotee. Well Fed 2 includes a recipe for this dish that’s truer to the original and, therefore, takes far more time. But this version—this magical, friendly version from Well Fed Weeknights—is equal to the […] Continue Reading ->
My husband David and I lived in Austin, Texas, for 13 years, and in that time, we learned to respect the holy trinity of Texas cuisine: slow-cooked BBQ, sweet tea , and breakfast tacos. This super popular breakfast treat may be the quintessential Tex-Mex food—a mashup of all-American […] Continue Reading ->
My affection for spices and homemade spice blends is well-documented—find all my homemade spice blend recipes here—and it’s always exciting to learn about a new, awesome spice company. Meet Burlap & Barrel. Burlap & Barrel sources best-quality and gorgeously colored spices for pro chefs and home cooks like […] Continue Reading ->
One of the things I love about soups is that they’re greater than the sum of their parts. You start with basic ingredients—humble vegetables, hearty protein, and a lot of water. By the end, after a slow simmer has worked its magic, you’re left with nutritional gold. It’s kitchen […] Continue Reading ->
In each issue of Paleo Magazine, I share the history of a traditional recipe and adapt it to fit into a healthier paleo lifestyle. This time, we’re demystifying the many definitions of the word “curry.” The Complexity of Curry When I was growing up in rural Pennsylvania, the only […] Continue Reading ->
In each issue of Paleo Magazine, I share the history of a traditional recipe and adapt it to fit into a healthier paleo lifestyle. This time, we’re off to India for a taste of masala and history.   The Gem of Punjab In the 1920s, when India was still […] Continue Reading ->

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