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It’s funny, but up until recently I assumed there was already a ketchup recipe on my blog. I didn’t discover its absence until I developed Thursday’s recipe (hint: it rhymes with “beet oaf”), when I couldn’t find my recipe online. At first I was confused, and thought […] Continue Reading ->
Cooking is only my second favorite thing to do on earth. Cooking with people I love is the first. That said, I have to give my husband some of the credit for this recipe. Sunday dinner is a very special time for us, especially when we plan […] Continue Reading ->
In the Paleo community, there is plenty of talk about the difference between grass fed/finished beef vs. grain fed beef, but what about grass fed beef vs. grass fed beef? There are literally hundreds of varieties of beef cattle, from Abondance to Yanbian,each with distinct qualities and […] Continue Reading ->
Is 2014 the year of Paleo? Despite the explosive growth we’ve already seen in the Ancestral Health community, there is ample evidence to suggest that Paleo big and only going to get bigger in the coming years. Evidence in support of this can be seen by the […] Continue Reading ->
Left: Chili Con Carne from The Ancestral Table. Right: Texas Chili from The Slim Palate Paleo Cookbook I don’t know about you guys, but my teenage years were not very productive. I played and sang in punk rock bands, and we churned out a cassette tape release every […] Continue Reading ->
Left: Chili Con Carne from The Ancestral Table. Right: Texas Chili from The Slim Palate Paleo Cookbook I don’t know about you guys, but my teenage years were not very productive. I played and sang in punk rock bands, and we churned out a cassette tape release every […] Continue Reading ->
Bacalhau à Brás is a Portuguese dish using salted cod (bacalhau), eggs, and potatoes. The Portuguese were one of the first European cultures to fish for cod, making huge harvests and preserving the fish off the coast of Newfoundland shortly after Columbus discovered the New World. Since […] Continue Reading ->
Bacalhau à Brás is a Portuguese dish using salted cod (bacalhau), eggs, and potatoes. The Portuguese were one of the first European cultures to fish for cod, making huge harvests and preserving the fish off the coast of Newfoundland shortly after Columbus discovered the New World. Since […] Continue Reading ->
Boyfriends, husbands, mothers, best friends and everyone else: I have found the best gift you could ever give a girl. I mean ever. They are the custom textile leather Guate Boots from Teysha. Right now, they are literally my favorite tangible possession. The boots are beautiful, the […] Continue Reading ->

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