You know that I advocate eating organic. The saying goes something like this, “Pay a little more for your food now, or pay a whole lot to your doctor later.” Continue reading Healing Your Body: Eating Organic
Most of the time I feel like I am preaching to the choir. Wait! I am preaching to the choir. Those of you who follow me obviously have the same passions. But, how do we spread the word to those who are less conscious? Continue reading Healing Our Planet: Spread the Word!
I was describing this brunch casserole I have been making for many years. It is a staple in my household. Except for the cheese it is Paleo friendly. Paleo Warriors, Continue reading Omelette Casserole
I’m not one for waste. I believe in using as much of an item as I possibly can. So when I buy a whole chicken, I use it all. Continue reading Chicken Livers and Mushrooms
I, along with about 26 other people, was treated to a bus tour of three of our local Saturday farmer’s markets here in Atlanta. Continue reading French Peasant Beets
Yesterday, I posted a healthy version of Sherried English Trifle. I mentioned the ingredients I used to use in this wonderful dessert. Continue reading It’s Sad Really, What Is In Our Food
One of the things my mother made when I was growing up was a Sherried English Trifle. It was oh, so good, and decadent. Continue reading Paleo Sherried English Trifle
About ten years ago I read a series of books that totally changed my life. It is sad to say that the author allowed his ego to take over, and he is serving time in jail for embellishing his claims. Ego and greed can be a powerful thing. I won’t mention his name in this post, because he has done a lot of good. The most powerful things he did for me were that I started reading the labels on all of my foods, which lead me to eating mostly organic foods, filtering my water, not only the water I drink, but also the water I take a shower with. Continue reading What is in Your Food?
I know St. Patrick’s day was a couple of days ago, but once again I impressed my guests with a traditional St. Patrick’s Day dinner, Paleo style. Nobody missed the potatoes or the soda bread filled with massive amounts of gluten.
- Homemade brined brisket turned Corned Beef
- Cabbage (simply steam for 30 minutes, butter and salt and pepper—Don’t mess with it if you want the best cabbage ever)
- Root Vegetable Colcannon
- Irish Soda Bread (gluten free)
- Salad (provided by one of my guests)
- St. Patrick’s Day Cup Cakes
I am at a loss for words today, so I am sharing a recipe for pork chops that I made last night for dinner. This is simple and delicious.
Always cook with organic ingredients. Here are some that I used in this recipe, along with a deal on cast iron skillets.