Instant Pot Teriyaki Meatballs

Authentic teriyaki meatballs that are Paleo-approved and low carb too? Read on! It is hard not to be a fan of the classic Japanese cooking technique of teriyaki, where meats, seafood and vegetables are broiled, sautéed or grilled in a sweet glaze. With a unique balance of salty (from the soy sauce) and sweet (from the sugar), plus just the right amount of spicy heat from ginger and garlic, … [Read more...]

Easy Paleo Cobb Salad Recipe

Looking for a quick and delicious Cobb Salad recipe, that's Paleo & Keto Friendly Too? Read on! Few salads are quite as decadent as the famous Cobb salad. Tender poached chicken… crispy crumbled bacon… creamy avocado…hard boiled eggs… and don’t forget the funky Roquefort cheese! A fresh Cobb Salad is like a culinary symphony in your mouth. But if you choose this over-the-top salad at … [Read more...]

Sugar Free Moscow Mule (in Your Pressure Cooker!)

If you've set foot in a 'drinking establishment' in recent years, there is a good chance you've enjoyed a Moscow Mule. Or at least you've seen someone imbibing from a signature copper mug. Considering the popularity of the concoction - a sweet and spicy mixture of vodka, ginger beer and lime juice - it might come as a surprise that the "Mule" was originally developed in the 1940s as an attempt … [Read more...]

Perfect Paleo Biscuits

Paleo biscuits... an oxymoron? Not so fast... Biscuits today are not the biscuits that were enjoyed centuries ago, or even the “biscuit” that many in the United Kingdom may think of. Living in North America, most of us know the biscuit to be a fluffy, golden-crowned mound of goodness that is perfect on its own… spread with butter or jam… or a ladle of gravy. However, the biscuit evolved … [Read more...]

Low Carb Paleo Pita Bread

Traditional breads - like pita - are more than just a part of a meal. These loaves and rounds have graced tables for millennia, both for sustenance and as a representation of community. The pita pocket is a prime example of an ancient grain recipe carried down to the modern world. Since it didn’t require much time in the oven, the pita and its variations were an ideal form of quick bread. And … [Read more...]

Paleo Hummus (in Your Pressure Cooker!)

NOTE: The delicious recipe below features our absolute favorite time (and nutrient) saving kitchen tool - The Instant Pot Pressure Cooker. For a very limited time, the Instant Pot is available on Amazon at savings of 50% off the regular price (Normally $199 / $99 today). Click here to learn more and get yours today... Hummus (or “houmous”) has evolved in Middle Eastern cuisines over … [Read more...]

Easy + Delicious Paleo Calamari Recipe

Crunchy, chewy, salty, piquant... Very few foods hit so many culinary categories the way a plate of golden fried calamari does. Fried calamari is an appetizer that feels like a decadent indulgence. Crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside. It’s an ideal start to a Mediterranean meal or unique accompaniment to a bottle of wine with friends. But with the good comes the bad. While this this … [Read more...]

Fall-Apart Pressure Cooker Pot Roast

Ever since we got our hands on the amazing Instant Pot pressure cooker, it hard to imagine returning to our oven-lovin’ or slow-cookin’ ways.  This indispensible kitchen tool has become our "go-to" for anything that would typically require an extended cooking time – from our popular whole Pressure Cooker Chicken… to soups, stews, vegetables and even large, tough cuts of meat. This modern day … [Read more...]

Melt-in-Your-Mouth, Duck Fat Braised Pork Sirloin Roast

When it comes to the porcine popularity contest, pork sirloin roast rarely gets its due… It’s no contender to the ever-popular pork shoulder, which is typically used to make classic “pulled” pork. It’s a far cry from crisp and addictive bacon (Hey, even vegans crave it!). And it’s unlikely that many top chefs will choose it over a bone-in chop that requires little more than a quick marinade and … [Read more...]

Paleo Meatballs

If you've committed to a strict grain-free or Paleo diet, there are some things that, with time, you simply come to accept. Gone are the days of “innocent” nibbling from the bread basket at your favorite restaurant… gone are the stops at your favorite local pizza or sandwich shop (it's hard to truly enjoy a Reuben on a lettuce wrap). For most people, this commitment becomes easy and enjoyable … [Read more...]

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