It’s soup season! Don’t get me wrong – I’ll make and eat soup any time of the year, but when it’s cold out I make and eat soup almost every other night and I eat the leftovers for lunch. Soup keeps me warm, fills me up, and is generally way easier to make than a lot of people think. And this recipe for orange carrot soup is no different. It will fill your belly and your heart with good stuff for your body. Read more
Soups are great ways to warm up and fill up, and pack in all the healthy stuff you love, without having to cook three different dishes and use 18 pots and pans for a regular meal. And this chicken minestrone with zucchini noodles is a great example of why anyone eating Paleo needs to have a few good soup recipes under their belt. Read more
Combine honeydew with other melons, with meats like prosciutto and pork chops, and seasonings like curry and cardamom. If you’re a honeydew skeptic, I encourage you to let some of these recipes convert you from your anti-melon ways. After all, who doesn’t enjoy a nice cucumber melon cocktail or a honeydew tomato salad with cumin and pine nuts? Nobody, that’s who!
While chowder comes in many different varieties, they all have at least one thing in common: they’re creamy, velvety, and super comforting. Whether you’re looking for a seafood mix chowder, a traditional New England clam chowder, or something more vegetable-heavy with cauliflower, sweet potatoes, and celery, I’ve got you covered. Check out the following recipes with fantastic creamy-making ingredients like coconut milk and cauliflower, with super flavor agents like bacon! Read more
Soup: it’s not just for the cold months. Sure, a rich and heavy cream-based soup might not be what you think of on those warm summer nights, but a tasty broth, filled with complex flavors of herbs and vegetables, can actually be quite a lovely lighter dinner. One of my favorite summertime soups is this mushroom soup. Not only is it tasty, it super simple to whip up and, if you’re like me, you probably have most – if not all – of the ingredients already on hand. Read more
Taco Tuesday: it’s a real thing. It’s probably also responsible for the 15 pounds I gained my freshman year of college (well, at least in part…). With this recipe you can get all the great flavors of taco Tuesday with a slow cooker taco soup any day of the week and enjoy a healthy, hearty Paleo meal at the same time. Read more
Generally speaking, I’m not into fake foods. I’m tired of veggie “burgers” that pretend to be beef, and don’t even get me started on that orange goop fast-food restaurants dare to call “cheese.” Read more
My grandma was the type of grandma that religiously believed that a big bowl of chicken soup was the cure-all for just about any illness. Without fail, she would show up with homemade chicken soup within hours of learning about anyone being sick, whether it was a relative or a neighbor, or even the mailman. Read more