Posted in September 2012

Cilantro Eggs

Cilantro Eggs

A few days ago, I cooked this wonderful Australian lamb, paleo dinner, served with a huge pile of arugula, beets, and yams.  I received so many comments on my facebook page that I had to include it here, even though it was a dinner pic.  The next morning, I realized I had used all of … Continue reading

Don’t forget your roots…

Don’t forget your roots…

Most people assume the paleo diet is a meat diet.  It’s not.  It’s a balanced diet.  Yes, it’s probably more protein than the average person is use  to eating.  Please see my previous post called The Perfect Stir Fry, where I compared a Grand Slam Breakfast with my morning stir fry.   The comparison is … Continue reading

The Perfect Stir Fry!

The Perfect Stir Fry!

If you’re on a diet or training program with a diet, then you understand the concept of counting calories.  But, it’s easier said than done.  I have a kitchen scale and weigh almost everything, mostly because I want to learn, partly because I like t o share the info with more specifics.  A paleo diet … Continue reading

The Breakfast Burger

The Breakfast Burger

The day after Labor Day?  Of course I have left over food.  When you have holiday parties or even casual get togethers, don’t stray from your paleo food list.  Buy foods that fit into your diet and don’t let a party make you stray.  I bought turkey burgers, wings, salad, and fruit.  This morning, I … Continue reading

Sunday Morning Sweets!

Sunday Morning Sweets!

Pancakes smothered in butter and syrup…That’s about half of the breakfasts ordered on Sunday mornings in breakfast places all around the world.  Doughnuts, cinnamon buns, pastries, the list goes on and on.  I know how hard it is to give up the treats.  It seems that everything on a Sunday morning breakfast menu is loaded … Continue reading

Eat This Once a Week!

Eat This Once a Week!

Paleo Solution is one of my favorite sources for paleo diet tips.  According to Robb Wolf, organ meats are an important part of the paleo diet.  There are a number of reasons why, and these are outlined in the book.  Chicken liver is inexpensive and readily available.  There are huge amounts of vitamins A and … Continue reading