Dairy-Free Tzatziki {Paleo, 21DSD}

When I decided to recreate those amazing Lamb Meatballs I knew I was going to need to create an equally amazing Tzatziki recipe to smoother them in.  The problem is, I have not had tzatziki since the last time I ate a fallafel, which was in my vegetarian (gasp, shriek, BLAH) days, circa 2010! So Continue reading


Cookbook Review: “All-American Paleo Table” by Caroline Potter

This past Thursday I had the pleasure of joining Caroline Potter of Colorful Eats at Sausage and Meat here in San Diego to celebrate the release of her amazing cookbook, All-American Paleo Table among her family, friends and local bloggers. Everyone was there to eat incredible food, socialize and offer praise to the magnificent cookbook that Continue reading


Lamb Meatball on Marinated Portobello

While I am not a big lamb lover, orderer, eater…uh cooker, I have been meaning to recreate this recipe since I first sank my teeth into  it over a year ago.  There is this cute little tapas restaurant in the town where I grew up called Ficelle.  Although they don’t cater to Paleo eaters,  I know the Continue reading


Roasted Beets with Crispy Beet Greens

  It has been a while since I wrote a drool worthy post and I am truly sorry.  I know you all have been missing me terribly right? RIGHT?!  Thankfully there are a ton of awesome bloggers out there to create delicious recipes for you in my absence! Lots of life happenings have been going on that have Continue reading


Horseradish Cashew Cream {Paleo, Whole 30, Vegan}

If you read my Prepared Horseradish post then you’ll know I created the recipe knowing I had several other recipes in mind that would utilize it. This tasty sauce is one of those recipes.  There are at least two more that I am working on but I haven’t finished them yet so you guys will just have Continue reading


Jalapeno Ketchup {Paleo, Diabetic Friendly, Whole 30, 21DSD}

  This recipe was inspired by my condiment obsessed friend.  Condiments on all the things.  I mean ALL THE THINGS.  I fully support said venture if all the things are real foods and the condiments are made using minimally processed, real food ingredients .  That, however, is not the case. Hot sauces with added sugars Continue reading