Pair this orange-glazed duck with a couple of the Paleo side dishes included in my ebook, like plantain stuffing or balsamic brussels sprouts.
You’ll adore the chewy, soft texture of these grain-free crepes!
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!
If you’re Korean at heart and don’t mind the pungent stench of fermenting cabbage, you’re in the right place.
This chicken salad uses homemade mayo, crisp fruit and veggies, and light seasoning to make it the perfect picnic or potluck food.
Using whole spices yields much more flavorful tea. Boil with water, strain and add milk, and you’ve got yourself some legit chai.