If I collected a coin for every time someone said that paleo breakfast is hard or it takes too long to have a cooked breakfast, I would be a rich woman. It really isn’t that hard and it doesn’t take too long. All you need is to get up 10-15 minutes earlier. Think you can do
Foraging for food in the wild is as primal as it comes and it seems to be all the rage in the world’s trendiest restaurants. In today’s recipe I am using stinging nettle, a very common edible wild green, which can be used in soups and salads.
Today I am highlighting one of my favourite vegetables – leek. Like onion and garlic, leeks belong to the allium family but they are much more versatile in the kitchen, in my opinion. If you’ve ever only used leeks to flavour a soup or a stock, brace yourself – you’re about to discover amazing new
Last week, Jo of Primal Living shared a very poignant post on her Instagram account. It was about killing their first chicken. More importantly, it was about our culture’s disconnection with food, where it comes from, and what it takes for us to have meat on our tables. It made me think about how many people
A few days ago I made chicken bone broth from the leftover roasted chicken carcass (great way to use up the whole bird!). Oftentimes, having bone broth on its own is a little uninspiring so I like to use it to cook some vegetables in or to make a soup or a stew with. One very simple