Beef Stew

It’s finally getting colder here and there were even some flurries today!  I love snow, winter is my favorite season. Mostly, because I love skiing and I am so excited to try to take the kiddo skiing this year.  I also love it because it’s soup/stew weather!  I’ve been better about keeping some homemade bone Read More …

Cranberry Lemon Gummies

I’ve been wanting to make gelatin gummies for a while now and I finally ordered a bunch of stuff from Vital Proteins including this gelatin. So please forgive me if they aren’t totally your cup of tea, because this is my first ever time making gummies (which my autocorrect keeps turning into dummies so please don’t Read More …

Paleo Pumpkin Praline ‘Granola’ Bars

Hello September October! I started this post last month but then the amazing NTP course started for me and I just didn’t have a chance to get back to it, oops! I love making bars for my family and my husband loves when I do.  If you have a sweet tooth, these are for you! (If you’re Read More …

Grilled Corn

So yes, I know corn isn’t paleo.  But I get it every other week in my CSA and I really like it. I don’t really think my body digests it but eating it once every two weeks doesn’t seem to have any lasting effects.  It’s real food and it’s delicious. I love this recipe and Read More …

Grilled Lemon Thyme Chicken

Summer is so wonderful with fresh items from my CSA and garden.  I used those items to design this meal.  It’s also great because it does not need any inside cooking.  I made these chicken thighs with Grilled Corn and a Cucumber and Cabbage Salad which I will link to once I get those posts up and Read More …

Cucumber and Cabbage Salad

My garden really has been doing well this year.  I got two nice sized cabbages and I am continuing to get so many cucumbers.  I wanted to do a sort of play on cole slaw and added the cucumbers in there for crunch.  You can make this and serve immediately or if you make it Read More …

Strawberry Picking and Jam Making

“Children are great imitators. So give them something great to imitate.”  — Anonymous I love including my daughter in my journey of real food.  She helps me bake, cook and even pick foods out of my garden.  (Although she is still learning what is ripe and what isn’t.)  We go on hikes that are toddler Read More …

Summer Zucchini Boats

“People who love to eat are always the best people” – Julia Child I’ve always loved food.  Not in a “I can’t get enough” kind of way, but in a “visit those special restaurants and taste those flavor combinations” kind of way.  This recipe was inspired by a dear friend and has tons of developed Read More …