The Paleo Recipe Book

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Split Pea Soup (Slow Cooker Method)

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My grandmother makes the most incredible split pea soup.  After various attempts at recreating it using her recipe I was never quite as successful.  My attempts seemed to lack that wow factor.  I love

Ground Lamb with Orzo Pasta (a/k/a Yiouvetsi)

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I was always a huge fan of the Greek cuisine and even more so since spending my amazing honeymoon visiting the Greek Islands. This cuisine is known for utilizing a lot of lamb. The

Goat Cheese+Apple+Rosemary Tart

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I was craving something savory.  Looking through the contents of my pantry and my refrigerator I knew I realized a quick and simple tart was in order.  With just a few simple and readily

Mashed Cauliflower

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I love potatoes in almost any shape or form.  However, white potatoes (that are traditionally used to make mashed potatoes) can cause internal inflammation.  This dish a healthier alternative to the heavy white potato. Cauliflower

Zucchini & Beets Soup

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This recipe is used to clean the blood tissues and keep them intelligent.  Select red beets with greens.  You can use the greens for your Green Protein – they are extremely tasty and nutritious! RECOMMENDED

Melon Blueberry Pops

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Nothing says summertime better than a great frozen treat. This guilt-free sweetness is sure to please both adults and kids. I’ve made homemade popsicles so many ways! You can puree whole fruit and pour it

Goat Cheese Marinated with Herbs & Spices

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I am definitely a cheese fanatic.  I love eating it in all shapes and forms.  When I learned about this amazing recipe from my fellow food blogger Julia (please check our her awesome blog

Daikon Radish & Asparagus Soup

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This simple and quick soup is fantastic for cleansing the kidneys and the urinary tract. Daikon Radish is anti-inflammatory, high in Vitamin C and is a powerful aid in bone health (among many other

Roasted Figs Stuffed with Gorgonzola & Walnuts

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I am not a huge fan of figs as a fruit, however, when roasted this elegant fruit becomes quite delicious for my taste buds. Drawing inspiration from one of Anne Burrell’s recipes, this is

Pan Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta+Walnuts

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I’ve been hooked on roasting the Brussels Sprouts in the oven.  It is a quick, simple and delicious side dish for any meal.  While flipping through Anne Burrell’s cookbook, this Brussels Sprouts recipe sparked

Super Power Smoothie: Kale+Pineapple+Apple+Flaxseeds

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Kale is known as the healthiest green leafy vegetable, but most kale smoothies have a distinct flavor that won’t necessarily please every palate. If you are looking for a way to get this wonderful and nutritious green

Baked Sea Bass with Couscous

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I am a huge fan of white fish and especially sea bass. It’s not overly fishy and works with a variety of flavor combinations/various spices. I had left over olive oil infused with herbs

Banana Pecan Bread (Gluten-Free & Sugar-Free)

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Banana bread is a true classic.  There are many variations to the recipe for this staple.  My take is gluten-free and sugar-free, yet full of flavor and sweetness.  The over-ripe bananas are key for

Soy Balsamic Roasted Chicken with Rosemary

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This recipe is courtesy of my friend and fellow food blogger Salad Girl Nat. The simplicity of the dish and the ease of prep sold me on the spot.  I had to try this

Lemon+Mint Infused Water

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I  mainly drink plain water, but at times it can get pretty boring and I crave flavor.  Since I abstain from sodas and majority of the juices (unless I juice fruits & veggies myself),

Chicken Meatballs with Angel Hair Pasta & Homemade Pesto

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Typically I make turkey meatballs (and usually in the slow cooker), but since I had no ground turkey meat on hand I decided to substitute with chicken. I was inspired by a recipe in

Curried Almonds

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Raw Almonds are a fantastic and healthy snack.  Adding spices makes them all that much delicious and nutritious.  I was inspired to try this based on the recipe from Elana’s Pantry. According to Wikipedia, curry