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Vietnamese Stewed Chicken

Vietnamese Stewed Chicken with Lotus Seed

Today’s recipe come’s from Hanoi, Vietnam. My husband and I have been travelling through Vietnam after our exploration of Thailand and it has been delicious! The fresh herbs on every single dish make them so incredibly fresh and bright. We took a cooking class in Hanoi at a great school called Hidden Hanoi. We took a tour of the food market and then went back to the kitchen to make several dishes including this delicious Stewed Chicken with Lotus Seed, a classic winter Vietnamese dish. Keep Reading…

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…

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.

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…

coconut pumpkin bars

The Paleo Secret: Coconut Pumpkin Bars

Kicking off our Thanksgiving series are these lightly sweetened pumpkin bars. These can be great for breakfast, a snack or a dessert. Keep Reading…