Tag Archives: paleo

Chicken Tikka Masala

I’ve been craving Indian food lately, so last weekend I decided to try to make some myself.  And I must say…it came out pretty delicious!  The Pioneer Woman’s recipe seemed the least complicated and didn’t require marinating the chicken overnight.  I … Continue reading

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Cauliflower pizza crust

Yesterday I tested out the cauliflower pizza crust I’ve been reading so much about.  I had my doubts about it, but it turned out amazing!  The crust had such a good consistency.  It was crispy around the edges and you … Continue reading

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Braised Lamb Shanks

Since my last post I got a new job so I haven’t had much time to post, but I haven’t let being busy keep me from sticking paleo! Last week I met a local farmer at the St. Clairsville farmers … Continue reading

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Cabbage!

Hello!  I have been eating strictly paleo for the last couple days.  Here are a few pictures from some meals that I managed to snap before I ate it all. For dinner last night, I fried up an Italian sausage … Continue reading

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Steak and Cabbage

Cooked an easy dinner tonight, barbecued steaks and cabbage. This cabbage turned out a lot better than last time.  I started off with 2 slices of bacon in the pan and half a yellow onion diced.   I broke up the … Continue reading

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A few random meals…

Eating paleo is pretty easy once you get the jist of it.  Of course I still have my slip ups (cheese and frozen yogurt), but overall I stick to paleo pretty closely. Here is a dinner from a few nights … Continue reading

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Rump Roast and Cabbage

I put a rump roast in the crock pot this morning with a few tablespoons of olive oil, 2 cups of gluten free beef broth, and lots of seasoning including dill, garlic salt, pepper and salt.  Set the timer for 11:30 hours.   … Continue reading

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