This Brazilian Fish Stew sounds and tastes exotic, and yet it is so simple to make. A coconut milk-chicken-stock broth is deepened with paprika and garlic which embraces the delicate flavors of seafood. Even though its often referred to as a stew, there is no thickener added […]
With single-digit temperatures outside, this hearty paleo lamb stew will warm you right up. Although, we love to eat it anytime of the year. The buttery olives paired with the sweet apricots complement each other nicely in a rich, piquant sauce, where the lamb just falls apart.
If you can find pitted olives, by all means use them. I usually don’t have that luck and pitting them by hand is not an easy task. So hopefully you and your guests don’t mind pitting them in your mouth when you are sitting at the table. 🙂
The perfect morsel of cool, creamy and piquant. Deviled eggs are naturally paleo. Well they should be, anyway. Unless your mayonnaise is made with soybean oil. These paleo deviled eggs are made with avocado oil mayonnaise (although your own homemade version will work just as well). […]