I know the name of this recipe sounds disgusting but let me give you some context so you understand.
Most of these recipes lean paleo — but make no mistake, I love to bake! Enjoy this breezy collection of my favorite things to make.
Stop the presses! You don’t ever have to search for a good Banana Nut Muffin recipe again.
One of my favorite places to go to lunch is a Vietnamese restaurant called Pho Long on Olive.
If you’ve ever experienced a good plate of enchiladas or some delicious brisket and ribs, there is a very good chance you had a tasty side of pinto beans to go with.
As my new group of paleo challengers embark on their 6-week journey into PaleoLand, I’m always searching for good things to make and share in hopes that taste buds will approve.
You can take the girl outta Texas but you can’t take the Texas outta the girl, or at least her tastebuds.
I was thumbing through a cooking magazine called “Cook Fresh” and came across an interesting salad recipe that I knew I wanted to try.
I was flipping through Facebook a while ago and came across Diane Sanfilippo’s Balanced Bites site.
I am always looking for that perfect paleo dish. You know the one that tastes good at dinner and equally as good at breakfast or lunch as leftovers.
Every once in a while, a recipe comes around that is so good, it must be shared. Mind you, this is not a recipe I came up with.