Tuesday, June 10, 2014


The title sums it up. It really does rock.

My friends Julie from PaleOMG and George from Civilized Caveman teamed up on this amazing project called the Paleo Kitchen. What I love about this book is that the recipes are truly tested. Everything I made from it came out exactly as it should have. I look forward to making more and more from this beautiful book. I hope these two brilliant bloggers keep up the good work and stick together for future projects.

Here is what I made:

Chicken Apricot Cauliflower Curry-- This was one of those surprisingly comforting dishes. With exotic flavors, you wouldn't expect this to be so warming and homey, but it was. It reminds me of my favorite recipe by Melissa Joulwan, East African Chicken Stew. That recipe is my favorite recipe in the whole world. 

If for nothing else, get this book to learn how to make mayonnaise in 20 seconds. It's magical.

20 second mayo + Pistachio Pesto; Put it all together for Creamy Pesto Chicken Salad! Great lunch!

Finally, we made the Coffee Pecan Ice Cream. It was my absolute favorite. I didn't get a photo of it, because we ate it all up. It was amazing. I'll make it again and update this page when I do!

So you want a copy? Leave me a comment below with your biggest vice and your email address. For example:
Wine. brittanie36 (at) gmail (dot) com. 


Song of the Day: California by the Roosevelts. Scratch that, ANYTHING by the Roosevelts. Cold Sheets; Don't Wanna Let You Go; Right Here-- I discovered them this past weekend in NY, even though they are from Austin. If you haven't heard them, Spotify that shit right now! 


  1. Chocolate watrmlon@gmail.com!

  2. French macarons. They aren't exactly easy to come by, so I will go out of my way to get some (I even adore the Whole Foods ones). I can easily eat a whole half dozen of them in one sitting! gvindell17(at)gmail(dot)com

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  4. WINE bonnie.cubfan.10@gmail.com

  5. cheez-its. megan.tillotson@gmail.com

  6. Does the vice have to be food related? Cuz I think my vice is obsessively reading food blogs, which I guess is technically food related, just not actual food ;) kierstenbrianne6@aol.com

  7. LOTS of wine and sometimes Cachaca and sometimes Tequila. Ooops. meredith (dot) w (dot) miller (at) gmail

  8. Ice cream. lpaigeyoung (at) gmail (dot) com.

  9. beer. good beer. (i know, SO not Paleo). Kimberley808 (at) gmail (dot) com.

  10. For me it is a good french fry. That is something on the diet that is difficult to replace. - I avoid it at all costs :) tgrier @ gmail


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