Burger Bonanza!

Guys, I know it’s hard to eat out on Whole30. I can’t even imagine trying to do it with kids, my husband and friends are bad enough! But I’m here to help (finally) by rounding up a few of my favorite places to have at least a Whole30-ish meal. By that I mean the ingredients are “safe” and we arent going to trip about some preservatives or additives because we are humans and everyone needs to chill out sometimes. Since I’m rambling, I mean these restaurants have paleo offerings. Paleo. Continue reading

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Paleo Chicken Fried Steak

I’m from Texas, and sometimes I just need something breaded/battered and fried to make me feel less homesick. That’s what happened here. And I was very pleasantly surprised that it came out so well. Cube steak is used here, which is traditional for chicken fried steak, as well as a simple egg mixture and seasoned flour mix. So again, easy and cheap. The crust is nice and thick and seals in the moisture of the meat. Continue reading

Crockpot Green Curry Chicken

I go absolutely nuts for curries and you should know by now that I really enjoy the simplicity of crockpot meals (especially since I’m out of the house from at least 7am to 5pm every day). Of course, the flavors in this dish are rich and saturated. Continue reading

Crockpot “Bo Kho” Stew

I have mad respect for other Paleo bloggers, especially NomNomPaleo (aka Michelle Tam). Her recipe for the Vietnamese stewed beef Bo Kho is super delicious, and I wanted to put together a crockpot version that eats more like a whole meal. If I can be lazy in the kitchen and still have food come out delicious, you bet your sweet fanny I will. Continue reading

One-Pan Balsamic Chicken

If you’re looking for a super flavorful protein with a pop of some savory veggies without a lot of work, read on! With only a few ingredients and one pan, you can feel like a kitchen whiz by impressing everyone at the table (or just hoard a few days’ worth of leftovers for yourself). Continue reading

Turkey and Eggplant Middle Eastern Crockpot Chili

This quick and easy Middle-Eastern inspired chili was one of those rare miracles where I had ingredients I needed to use in the fridge/freezer and somehow it just came together beautifully with the use of some clever spicing. I call this dish a chili because it just feels like a chili when you spoon it out and eat it. It’s hearty, rich, tangy, flavorful, and spicy without being hot. Continue reading