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Chocolate Chip Muffins

Grain-Free Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Muffins

February 25th, 2015 | Dairy Free, Dessert, Eating, featured, Gluten Free, Primal

Hey everyone!  I’ve been playing around with my paleo muffin recipes and finally perfected these awesome grain-free chocolate-chocolate chip muffins.  They were gone within 5 minutes of serving to some friends, so I think that’s a good sign. Keep Reading…

Homemade Kimchi in a Bottle

Fermented Kimchi

I took a fermentation class a few months ago and have been playing around with this technique ever since.  Fermented vegetables are more easily digested than raw vegetables and they contain living bacteria that are incredibly healthy for your gut.   Keep Reading…

Top 5 Recipes of 2014

Paleo Secret’s Top 5 Recipes of 2014

December 31st, 2014 | Eating, featured, Gluten Free, Recipes

We hope everyone has had a wonderful 2014 and are ready to celebrate the beginning of 2015!  This has been a great year for health and wellness.  The concept of real, whole foods and their healing properties is beginning to take on some steam.   Keep Reading…

Gingerbread Cookies

Paleo Gingerbread Cookies

December 23rd, 2014 | Dessert, Eating, Gluten Free, Recipes

Christmas is just a few days away and New Years is right around the corner!  I always find it difficult to avoid all the delicious, sugar-filled treats at holiday dinners and parties.  This past month, I’ve been experimenting with making holiday cookies without the grains and processed sugars.  Here is an incredible gluten-free, paleo gingerbread cookie recipe I’ve perfected over the last few weeks, it’s pretty awesome.

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Breakfast Muffins

Paleo Cranberry Breakfast Muffins

September 16th, 2014 | Breakfast, Dessert, Eating, featured, Gluten Free, Recipes

Okay, these breakfast muffins are pretty amazing!  I’ve slowly, but surely perfected this recipe over the last year or so and they are always a huge hit. They are a great quick and easy breakfast or an afternoon snack!

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Peach Plumb Crumble

Paleo Peach and Plum Crumble

August 25th, 2014 | Dairy Free, Dessert, Eating, featured, Gluten Free

I had a ton of peaches and plums this past week from my CSA fruit share, so I decided to make a peach and plum paleo crumble. It’s always such a delicious treat and is a great way to use a ton of fruit in one dish.

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Lamb Meatballs and Coconut Tzatziki

Lamb Meatballs with Coconut ‘Tzatziki’

Lamb meatballs with mediterranean flavors like cumin, mint and coriander are an absolute favorite of mine!  But I’ve struggled to find the right sauce to go with them since tzatziki is normally dairy based.   Keep Reading…

Pintxos Round Up

Paleo Pintxos Week Finale – Recipe Roundup and More!

Welcome to the final day of Paleo Pintxos Week! I can’t believe the week is over, and we’ll be leaving San Sebastian soon for the south of France, and then to Croatia for two weeks. San Sebastian has been so inspiring and we’re sad to go, but we’ll never forget the wonderful people we’ve met here and the amazing food we’ve eaten. There’s no doubt that we’ll continue to throw our own Pintxo Parties when we get back to Santa Monica, and who knows, perhaps we’ll be back in San Sebastian faster than you can say pintxo.

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paleo braised ham hocks

Paleo Braised Ham Hocks

March 1st, 2014 | featured, Gluten Free, Pork, Recipes

In our kitchen, we eat nose to tail.

We don’t discriminate against cuts and observed that oftentimes, the best cuts are not the expensive filets, but rather the ears, cheeks, tails, feet… things that others don’t want to eat or are scared to try.

Well, lucky us! Keep Reading…

finished steak rosemary

Sexy Time Steak via Tim Ferriss and the 4 Hour Chef

August 23rd, 2013 | Beef, Gluten Free, Primal, Recipes

For many years I’ve been in search of the perfect steak recipe that can be made at home, and I thought I was pretty close to nailing it… That is until I read this recipe from Tim Ferriss in his latest book, The 4 Hour Chef.

You don’t need a grill, the prep and cooking process are easy, and when done right this is likely to turn out the best steak you’ve ever eaten.

The one major change I made from Ferris’s recipe is he calls for grapeseed oil, which we don’t recommend, and you can read why here in our post detailing the use of oils.

Ingredients:
1 Rib Eye, 1-1.5” thick, grass fed ideally
Salt & pepper
1 clove garlic
Grass fed butter
1 package fresh rosemary sprigs Keep Reading…

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