Pair this orange-glazed duck with a couple of the Paleo side dishes included in my ebook, like plantain stuffing or balsamic brussels sprouts.
My favorite part about being a personal chef is interacting with different people. What started as meal service for busy families has turned into something more.
You’ll adore the chewy, soft texture of these grain-free crepes!
Hiring a personal chef isn’t free, of course, but break down the cost and you might be surprised to find it’s far more affordable than you thought.
I found the Grandcestors line of quick Paleo meals in the frozen section. The ingredient label was clean, and the meal was easy to reheat on the stove.
Hobakjuk (pumpkin soup) is a soothing comfort food from Korea. It’s reminiscent of Cream of Wheat, and this Paleo version really hits the spot.
Hash browns get an upgrade with healthy starch, plenty of protein, vegetables, and chanterelle mushrooms. It makes for easy breakfast throughout the week.
I came up with the idea for dirty chai pumpkin bread after seeing an inappropriate amount of hype around pumpkin spice lattes surface this Fall.
Tuna poke salad is a nice change-up from regular tuna salad with mayo. It’s reminiscent of sushi and can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
Mushrooms provide extraordinary benefits for the immune system. So why don’t we eat more of them? What are we so afraid of?