Monthly Archives: January 2012

Pork Chops with Kale

http://www.dinneralovestory.com/pork-chops-with-kale/ I used the above recipe, sort of. I deviated from it quite a bit but since it is such a simple recipe, it turned out fine. Instead of the tomato paste, I used a small amount of tomato sauce … Continue reading

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So Many Possibilities!!

So, thank you again Melissa!  No, I am not talking to myself – it’s another Melissa… I made a Mexican Meatza tonight and this recipe has so many possibilities for so many different toppings.  Here is the version I made with my … Continue reading

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Philly Cheesesteak-ish Omelet or Scramble

The Paleo Comfort Foods cookbook starts out with the Authors mentioning their affinity for an authentic Philly Cheesesteak. Please note: I’ve never had a craving for this overly buttered mess of meat and hoagie (that may have come out wrong-but … Continue reading

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Almost Paleo Muffins

Yes… almost… I say almost because these call for chocolate chips.  If I had dark chocolate on hand I would have used that instead of chips and it would still be good.  Actually, these would still be good without any … Continue reading

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Pork Carnitas

For all the recipes I try, I only end up posting a few of them.  Thought this one was worth posting even if I make a few changes next time.  I love carnitas at Mexican restaurants so thought I would … Continue reading

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Gumbo

Was thinking about what to cook today, wondering what can I just throw into a pot and let go.  Growing up in Mississippi meant that gumbo was as common as rain in Tampa.  To us gumbo was just a conglomeration … Continue reading

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Pot Roast

Left over pot roast with Dijon mustard. -Justin

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Bacon and Eggs with Salsa

Eggs over-hard with sea salt, crushed red pepper, sugar free salsa (from the jar) and, of course, Boudreaux’s Pipe Cleaner Sauce! -Justin

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Tilapia with Jalapeno Salsa

This meal is from Wednesday.  I was getting tired of grilled chicken quarters and noticed I had a piece of tilapia in the freezer.  I didn’t want to spend any time searching for a recipe, as hungry as I was, so … Continue reading

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Fried Eggplant

The farmers market near my house is going to get me into trouble if I continue staying up until 3am finding new recipes for my produce addiction. So I fried up my eggplant in Paleo Breadcrumbs. http://www.paleo-project.com/paleo-recipes/side-dishes/fried-eggplant-in-paleo-breadcrumbs/ About 3 eggplant … Continue reading

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My Thai Fix

Curry is one of my favorite dishes and this Everyday Paleo recipe produced one of the best batches of Red Thai Curry Pork ever. I didn’t bother with the riced cauliflower this time around. http://everydaypaleo.com/2011/04/20/red-or-green-thai-curry/  

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Don’t try this at home….

Paleo Lemon Squares sounded yummy, but I don’t advise trying this one out at home. Everyone in my house tried them….and it’s a no go. It might not help that I despise baking.  

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Quick breakfast

This was a huge hit this morning. The chorizo was way too spicy for my 1 yr old (opps) but my husband ate two of them on an English muffin. The sweet from the pepper mixed with the spicy from … Continue reading

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I’m new here….

Hey everyone, Bear with me as I get used to this whole blogging thing. Quick background on my typical diet and how much I am obsessed with this Paleo stuff. I am just shy of two weeks on Paleo and … Continue reading

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