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Over the weekend I was invited to a one-on-one tour of my local Whole Foods Market in Annapolis, Maryland. Although we shop at this store often, it was enlightening to walk around the store with their resident Healthy Eating Specialist and discuss some of their programs and […] Continue Reading ->
Over the weekend I was invited to a one-on-one tour of my local Whole Foods Market in Annapolis, Maryland. Although we shop at this store often, it was enlightening to walk around the store with their resident Healthy Eating Specialist and discuss some of their programs and […] Continue Reading ->
Roasted asparagus is no big deal, right? To roast asparagus, you basically just roast asparagus – not really worthy of a dedicated blog post. But pair this under-appreciated vegetable with a traditional Béarnaise sauce and you’ve got something spectacular. It’s funny what a few egg yolks and […] Continue Reading ->
Roasted asparagus is no big deal, right? To roast asparagus, you basically just roast asparagus – not really worthy of a dedicated blog post. But pair this under-appreciated vegetable with a traditional Béarnaise sauce and you’ve got something spectacular. It’s funny what a few egg yolks and […] Continue Reading ->
A few years ago, Paul Jaminet’s book, Perfect Health Diet: Regain Health and Lose Weight by Eating the Way You Were Meant to Eat (and his blog of the same name) introduced the concept of “safe starch” to the Paleosphere and immediately objections, concerns, and outright disdain rang out from all […] Continue Reading ->
A few years ago, Paul Jaminet’s book, Perfect Health Diet: Regain Health and Lose Weight by Eating the Way You Were Meant to Eat (and his blog of the same name) introduced the concept of “safe starch” to the Paleosphere and immediately objections, concerns, and outright disdain rang out from all […] Continue Reading ->
Callaloo is a Caribbean dish that originated in Africa. It is typically made with amaranth leaves (aptly called callaloo in the West Indies), taro leaves (dasheen), or water spinach; since these plants are somewhat hard to find in the United States, spinach is a common replacement stateside. […] Continue Reading ->
Callaloo is a Caribbean dish that originated in Africa. It is typically made with amaranth leaves (aptly called callaloo in the West Indies), taro leaves (dasheen), or water spinach; since these plants are somewhat hard to find in the United States, spinach is a common replacement stateside. […] Continue Reading ->
Paleo waffles. Hmm… Something doesn’t sound right. Did cavemen eat waffles? Did they even have waffle irons? For that matter, what the heck is a “waffle” anyway? Apparently, the word “waffle” was first used in English in 1725 in the book “Court Cookery” by Robert Smith. His […] Continue Reading ->

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