Paleo, Primal, and Gluten-Free Recipes

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Autumn Lamb Stew

Autumn Lamb Stew

  One of the best ways I have found to save money is look for discounted meat in the meat section of my grocery store. Usually they decrease the price of items that have an sell-by date two days away, so they reduce the prices […]

Whole 30 Day 26

Whole 30 Day 26

It’s almost been a year since starting Paleo, but for some reason it took me way too long to start incorporating dinner leftovers into breakfast. I’ve seen people on other Paleo blogs include leftover veggies, but for some reason I didn’t think I could stomach […]

Whole 30 Day 24

Whole 30 Day 24

With such a hearty dinner from the night before, it took me a while for my appetite to pick up this morning. It was slim pickings in my produce bin, so I had to be a bit creative with my breakfast. I only had 1 […]

Whole 30 Day 20

Whole 30 Day 20

When I woke up this morning I was so sore from all the work I had done the day before. It took a lot of effort to drag myself out of bed. I made a nice breakfast for myself of some more egg muffins. These […]

Italian Sausage and Kale Soup

Italian Sausage and Kale Soup

On Easter Monday, when I didn’t have any classes, I prepared some soup for lunch with the intention of having it to eat all week. I am finding that preparing foods with the goal of having leftovers makes my weeks a lot easier. Also, I […]

Lemongrass Chicken Curry

Lemongrass Chicken Curry

When I am tired of working on my writing at home, I often go to Barnes and Noble for a change of scene. After working a while and having my coffee at the cafe there, I reward my efforts by taking a long stroll through […]

Golden Sunrise Muffins

Golden Sunrise Muffins

I made it through my first semester of my Ph.D. but even though classes are done I’m still eyeball-deep in work. I’m really loving my field work, however. I get to spend most days in the vineyard. If you’ve ever been to West Texas, you’ll […]

Spicy Tofu and Vegetables

Spicy Tofu and Vegetables

I have practiced vegetarianism from time to time in my life, and because of that I developed a taste for tofu. Even if you aren’t a vegetarian, you can still see the virtue in those little beige cubes. It’s a low-fat and an inexpensive source […]

Chicken, Carrot, and Kale Stir-fry with Sweet Chili-Garlic Sauce

Chicken, Carrot, and Kale Stir-fry with Sweet Chili-Garlic Sauce

I don’t know if it’s the cold weather or ease of readiness, but lately I have been eating soup at least once a day (either lunch of dinner). Don’t get me wrong, I love soup. However, on a recent shopping trip to get a microwave […]

Slow-Cooked Minestrone

Slow-Cooked Minestrone

When my parents came down to Georgia for my graduation and move, I was glad to have some of minestrone soup on hand, which is hearty and affordable. This recipe is derived from a recipe by Ellie Krieger, featured in the 2010 Food Network magazine. […]