So, I sort of got slightly obsessed with this breakfast last summer, to a point where I had it every single day (even when travelling) and got everyone around me obsessed with it as well. It’s just that delicious. Especially when berries are in season. Continue reading “Fat-Fueled Chia Pudding”
This dish is inspired by a killer chicken dinner I had with girlfriends in Revelstoke at a restaurant called Quartermaster Eatery. Funny thing is I actually ordered a steak (which was amazing!), but both of my girlfriends ordered the Peruvian-Style Roast Chicken, Continue reading “Peruvian-Style Roast Chicken Legs”
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”
Lasagna was always a favorite of mine as a kid, along with spaghetti, mac n’ cheese, and pretty much anything else containing pasta. Unfortunately, as you all well know by now, pasta made it pretty clear that it didn’t like me anymore at some stage during my mid-twenties. It was a sad time, or so I thought. Then came Moussaka. Continue reading “Paleo Moussaka”
“How much protein do I need” is a question I get often from clients, and as someone who has experimented with dozens of different diets, I can tell you one thing; there a much higher probability of someone not getting enough protein versus getting too much. Continue reading “Pork & Beef Breakfast Patties”
When it comes to chicken, I always prefer cooking the whole bird rather than just chicken boobs. Mainly because I prefer brown meat to white meat (more fat, less dry), but also because I feel better about cooking the whole animal and using all of its’ parts. Continue reading “Juicy Roast Chicken”
I’ll be the first to admit; it took me at least a dozen times of eating liver to actually find it tolerable. Not even tasty, tolerable. I probably ate it another dozen times after that to truly enjoy the flavor and texture.
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”