Honey Ginger Salmon

This is a salmon dish even my picky 6 year-old liked, probably because of the honey.  Although not strictly Paleo because of the sugar in the honey and the orange juice, I will make this sacrifice if it gets her to eat a whole filet of omega-3 rich salmon! Continue reading

Paleo Comfort Food Cookbook

I’m so excited to have just received my copy of PALEO COMFORT FOODS!  I can’t wait to start making the recipes, especially the Sweet Potato Pancakes, Fried Chicken, Biscuits and Gravy, and the Paleo Grits.  I’ve only skimmed through the beautifully photographed recipes, and already I have a whole page list of dishes I can’t wait to share with you!  Order a copy for yourself HERE.  Below I pass along a recipe from the book which was originally shared by Everyday Paleo.

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Spice-It-Up Salmon

We recently received a cooler full of wonderful fresh Alaskan salmon from a friend.  This recipe from the Everyday Paleo cookbook turned out to be our new favorite for salmon. Continue reading

Mustard-Dill Salmon

Wild caught salmon is one of the most nutritious foods you can eat and this recipe is one of our favorites.  It is easy and the kids love it also.

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Fish on the fly

Last night was a rushed night, so I quickly put together some tilapia and served it with sauteed squash.  This process won’t take very long, so you may have to start your veggie before putting the fish in the skillet.   I would only recommend using cast iron for blackening with high heat.  HERE is a great podcast in which Dain Sandoval discusses all things cast iron. Continue reading

Ginger Carrots with Mahi Mahi

Everyday Paleo posted another great recipe, Gingered Carrots with Mahi Mahi.  We had it last night and everyone loved it.  Will surely make these carrots often as a side dish for other meals. Continue reading

Salmon Cakes

Salmon is one of the most nutritious foods you can feed your family.  This recipe can be prepared quickly from canned salmon and items you usually have in your paleo fridge.  I recommend you have at least two cans in your pantry at all times.  My kids love these as well and they heat up well the next day.  Break some up over your salad for lunch or pack them in the kids’ lunch box. Continue reading