pesto salmon and cauliflower mash

Like apple butter, most people associate pesto as a topping for bread. But there are countless options for integrating pesto in meals, especially paleo meals: Glaze on salmon. Use as dip for chopped veggies. Glaze diced sweet potatoes and roast in oven. Drizzle over asparagus before baking. Add as topping for spaghetti squash with grilled […]

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get your fix, without the sugar

Chocolate. You know you want it. And if you’re like me, you need want it every day. Sure, you know it’s chock full of sugar (the white kind!), but you once read that it’s packed with antioxidants that help prevent cancer. Therefore, the more chocolate you eat, the more cancer you prevent, so why not […]

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honey do list

My husband James bought the condo we currently live in close to six years ago. As a bright-eyed graduate, he was determined to get something with his money rather than blow it in rent. Looking back at the past six years, I’m not so sure he’s convinced he made the right decision at 23 years […]

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watch out weight watchers

A few of my co-workers just joined Weight Watchers. From what I hear, it’s a fairly successful program. I was astounded, and proud, of the weight they dropped their first week. So to celebrate their success, I offered to give them a break by cooking them a Weight Watchers breakfast (ranging from 4 to 6 […]

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crockpot paleo apple butter

Ever tasted real apple butter? Not the kind you buy in grocery stores, but the homemade kind, crafted with sweat, blood and tears. Or more likely, time, patience and an overstock of apples. Well, if you haven’t, it’s to die for. So what, you might ask, would a paleo-er eat with apple butter, considering we […]

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dear crossfit…

Dear CrossFit, I know I’ve neglected you a bit this summer. I promised you several vacations, but left you at home as I cruised around the Caribbean and traveled to the beach. In your place, I opted for Eli the Elliptical or Matt the Machine, but they were boring, unchallenging and nothing like you. Each […]

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sautéed fish with veggie salsa

I have my friend Lindsey to thank for introducing me to The Illustrated Kitchen Bible. As foodies, her and her husband blog about their experiences cooking and dining out in Atlanta. Need a restaurant recommendation? A Tasty Experiment is the place to go. Lindsey turned me on to one recipe from this cookbook that was […]

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