I can already hear you thinking: “But isn’t all that butter and egg going to clog my arteries?”. The answer to that in a nutshell is, NO. Without diving too deep into the world of nutrition science, I want you to know that saturated fat is not inherently unhealthy. Continue reading “Easy Hollandaise”
Throughout my many years of eating a paleo diet, followed by many years of a cyclical ketogenic diet, I haven’t really experienced dessert cravings, other than during pumpkin season. Continue reading “Paleo Pumpkin Cake”
I can’t remember ever being into caesar salad that much to be honest, but this baby, is a whole other story. I’ve always thought that caesar salad was kind of a Continue reading “Kale Caesar with Almond Parmesan & Creamy Cashew Dressing”
Ok how many people have eaten a whole jar of peanut butter by the spoon?
I have. Way too many times. And I’m not even talking about the sugary processed peanut butter, Continue reading “Paleo Pad Thai”
A couple weeks ago, I posted this picture on my Instagram account and my mother kindly asked me for the recipe, in French. Continue reading “Cookie Dough Bites (sugar-free!)”
I know I have mentioned this in prior posts but for anyone who doesn’t know this fun fact about me: I grew up in Quebec. Quebec, the land of baguettes, quiches, and bottles of wine Continue reading “Paleo Smoked Salmon Quiche”
I used to think that making great food required a lot of brain power, research and long lists of ingredients. And although I am not saying all these things can’t amount to a good recipe, Continue reading “Coconut Dusted Cod with Heirloom Tomato Sauce”
If you browse through this website you may encounter a couple of similar Asian-style salads and wonder if they’re all really that different. Well they are. Just like you can make Continue reading “Asian Cabbage Salad with Chicken Satay”
Celery root has to be one of nature’s ugliest vegetable; it’s wrinkly, hairy and dirty, which also makes it kind of painful Continue reading “Celeriac Soup with Toasted Hazelnuts, Brussels & Smoked Bacon”
I should have posted this in the middle of July when zucchinis were actually growing, but I am always about 2 to 3 months behind on my editing so here we are.