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Paleo Pumpkin Pecan Bites

It’s Fall, y’all! Time for mums & pansies, long cool walks, raking leaves, and baking yummy pumpkin-y goodies! My Paleo Pumpkin Pecan Bites recipe is simple and quick … a great treat to bring the flavors of the season into your kitchen without a lot of fuss. No elaborate techniques and no gluten, dairy or […]

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How-To Guide for Making Nourishing Broth & Stock

Broth & Stock from the Nourished Kitchen by Jennifer McGruther has become my new favorite reference book on the topic of my all-time favorite food. I’ve followed and admired Jenny’s blog, the award-winning NourishedKitchen.com, throughout my journey in the “real food” world and her encyclopedia of nutrient-dense recipes is unparalleled in my opinion. Following the […]

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Healthy Fats: Butter & Ghee

Many thanks to my rockstar friend and contributing writer, Tiana Byers, for this first post in a series on Healthy Fats. Tiana is a writer living in Charlotte, NC, and a lover of real food. Since her diagnosis with Hashimoto’s in early 2015, she’s committed herself to an autoimmune-paleo lifestyle.  Healthy Fats: Butter & Ghee For years, we’ve […]

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Broth is Beautiful | RealFoodCarolyn

Broth is Beautiful

Another wonderful post from my contributing writer, Tiana Byers! Tiana is a writer living in Charlotte, NC, and a lover of real food. Since her diagnosis with Hashimoto’s in early 2015, she’s committed herself to an autoimmune-paleo lifestyle. Tiana enjoys trying new recipes, rollerskating, learning about holistic healing, and ballet. Her favorite foodie-treat is dried […]

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Book Review: The Whole Beast – Nose to Tail Eating

Fergus Henderson is a legend in the cooking world. An enthusiastic British architect turned chef, Henderson took British countryside cooking, with all its nasty bits and humble cuts, and elevated them to celestial heights when he opened St. John, his acclaimed London restaurant in 1992. Henderson is the chef’s chef, the man who put offal […]

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