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21 Day Sugar Detox – Get on it!

Regionals are over and I’m ready to do a little sugar detoxing.  With how much training I had been doing I had to ‘Dirty’ things up a little and add in quite a lot of white rice and oatmeal.  Why, you may ask?  Easy… Yams just don’t cut it in caloric density and I don’t [...]

June 26, 2013 0
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Carb Backloading and Paleo

If  any of you listen to Robb Wolf’s Paleo Solution podcast you may have already looked into Carb Back-loading (episode 160).  I have always been interested in performance nutrition and being able to sustain my energy during particularly grueling WODs, in recent times my energy levels have been extremely low and honestly this has all [...]

February 17, 2013 0
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Delicious Fall Apple Cake

I’ve had a hankering for some apple deliciousness lately.  Something about the cold weather outside and racking up piles and piles of leaves this weekend had me dreaming of apples and cinnamon!  Last weekend we had some friends over for dinner and I experimented with making a chocolate/vanilla swirl cake which ended up to be [...]

November 6, 2012 0
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No grain crackers

I totally understand missing the crunch of some foods like crackers and chips when going Paleo.  There really isn’t a substitute… until now!  I was having friends over for dinner the other night and had bought pate and some delicious goat cheese (yes I know goat cheese is not Paleo but on a rare occasion [...]

October 30, 2012 0
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Jicama Salad

I don’t know if you have ever tried this radish like vegetable Jicama but it is crunchy and delicious.  A very mild version of a radish, this bulb lends itself nicely to soaking up any flavor you may wish to add to it.  I julienned mine and and added some fragrant herbs and citrus, making [...]

October 30, 2012 0
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Mashed Yucca (cassava)

One of the biggest requests I get around this time of year is for a substitute for mashed potatoes.  Simply using the humble yam or sweet potato instead of a white potato can leave you feeling a little cheated sometime.  Recently I have been cooking a lot with yucca or cassava as it is also [...]

September 29, 2012 0
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Deconstructed Cabbage rolls

I really can not be bothered with the whole wrapping thing.  Making things look pretty, cooking wise is not my specialty, you may have picked that up with my photographs… eh, if you came here for the photography then you may be disappointed but the food is delicious!!! Really, I’m just lazy when it comes [...]

September 25, 2012 0
Paleo Banana Bread
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Paleo Banana Bread

I could cut and paste this recipe but Juli at PaleOMG deserves the props for this!  As a paleo food blogger I am constantly gathering inspiration from all over the web, Paleo and non Paleo.  Juli’s recipes are great and she is an absolute riot!  I LOVE cake!!!! Absolutely my #1 weakness, so when I [...]

June 18, 2012 0
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Mango Salsa

Young Coconut is pretty damn tasty if you ask me.  I had never actually taken the flesh out of one myself until now and for all the work it was worth the trouble; fun too!  I love coconut water too so drinking the juice from my young coconut was a treat!.  I served this simple [...]

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All the recipes you see on my site are made up by me, unless otherwise stated. I love to experiment in the kitchen and as you can see my photo's are not all fancy, they are usually taken with my phone just as I am about to dish up. These are real tried and true recipes that work, if they didn't I wouldn't post it. I hope you enjoy my cooking as much as I do.

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