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Sour Slaw

My good friend Amy shared this recipe with me last summer and we have made it several times since then.  We most recently served it with Everyday Paleo’s Beyond Easy Pulled Pork. Continue reading

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Blistered Green Beans

We are always in search of interesting ways to serve veggies and this recipe from Better Homes and Gardens magazine did not disappoint. Continue reading

Brussels Sprouts Slaw

As I made this dish from PALEO COMFORT FOODS yet again tonight, I realized I had not yet shared it with YOU!   Continue reading

Roasted Root Veggies

This versatile and yummy recipe from the Everyday Paleo recipe book is my go-to for an easy side dish.   Continue reading

Easy Spinach Salad

This salad from the Everyday Paleo book is easy to toss together at the last minute, as the ingredients should be in every Paleo refrigerator. Continue reading

Tomato Salad with Pickled Onions

This is a great summer side dish.  The onions are also good served on grilled burgers (bunless of course!).   Continue reading

Hot Slaw

This is a great side dish for anything coming off the grill.  We’ve had it with burgers, ribs and chicken wings.  It’s a little too hot for most kids, but just right for everyone else! Continue reading