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


Farm Fresh to You Produce Delivery – Review

I had a subscription with Farm Fresh to You for about six months last year. It had both its great qualities and its not so great qualities. In an effort to be as fair as possible, I will present both sides to the best of my ability in this review of one of the most popular produce delivery services in the Bay Area. Continue reading

Lucky Supermarkets – “Pick 5 or more for $5 each”

This is my first supermarket review for SoBay, and it long overdue. Lucky Supermarkets have a crazy good meat deal that I cannot wrap my mind around, even though I have been taking advantage of it for about six months now. Continue reading

Marinated Tomato Salad

This recipe will made you feel fancy and make any family or guests think you are a master chef when really it is a very easy throw-together salad. The flavors are bold, juicy, and herby – can be passed as either Mediterranean or Italian.  Continue reading

Prather Ranch Meat Company

I hit up the Campbell Farmer’s Market last Sunday and took a walk past the Prather Ranch Meat Company booth as usual. I normally get a package or two of their rustic uncured bacon, but I was feeling a little cheap and boy do I love render! Since I was only planning on using the bacon in question for flavoring/fat and not as a main dish (the recommended application by Whole30), I didn’t hesitate to pick up a $10 package of Prather’s bacon ends that I had somehow glanced over in the past. Continue reading

Campbell Farmer’s Market

If you’re looking for fresh produce, art, organic meats, jewelry, and a stimulating atmosphere on a Sunday morning, Campbell Farmer’s Market is the place to go. Dozens of local farmers, ranchers, and artists set up temporary shop to peddle their wares. Continue reading