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Asian Paleo Burgers
Poultry

Asian Paleo Burgers

There is nothing better than grilling at night. Lately, that’s all we do at home, and I am in love with my little spring routine. Let me tell you how it goes… I do all I have to do during the day (workout, run errands, clean my house, do some laundry, apply for jobs, take

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Seasoned Turkey Meatballs
Eggs

Seasoned Turkey Meatballs

Thanks to all of you who voted on my Facebook page for this Seasoned Turkey Meatball recipe to be the winning featured-recipe of the week. It is super fun for me to know what foods you’d prefer to see posted. I think I may just start doing the voting thing more often. For those of

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Spaghetti Squash and Turkey Casserole
Poultry

Spaghetti Squash and Turkey Casserole

I’ve been really into poultry lately, eating tons of chicken and turkey. I like to prepare my chicken in a very simple way, grilled or broiled…this works great for me, since I can then add grilled chicken to salads, mix and match it with various side dishes, and sometimes, just eat it by itself as a

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Bison Meatballs
Game Meat

Bison Meatballs

This weekend was a great one. I had four days to recover, lay low and spend time with family. Thanksgiving day started nice and quiet. My husband and I took our sweet time to prepare our breakfast/mid-morning smoothies (since we were fasting), we bundled up, and drove downtown to take a nice little stroll right in the heart of

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Ginger Garlic Tilapia
Fish

Ginger Garlic Tilapia

Tilapia. The protein of choice of bodybuilders and fitness models when preparing for a show or photo shoot. Why, you may ask? Well it’s got no carbs, no sugar, very little fat and lots of good lean protein. Tilapia’s main nutritional value is protein. One serving (4-oz fillet) provides half of the recommended (daily minimum)

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Squash and Egg Bake
Breakfast

Squash and Egg Bake

Today was my running-errands day. Picked up clothes from the dry-cleaner, deposited a check, sent out mail and stopped at the grocery store for some exciting Paleo ingredients (yay!). Our Boise Co-Op is amazing. It literally has every single “weird” and unheard-of ingredient. It is my favorite place to shop at by far! I love

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How-To: Make Homemade Paleo Pesto
How To Guides

How-To: Make Homemade Paleo Pesto

Pesto. A classic sauce originated in Italy. Did you know it is considered a wholesome food? The basil and the pine nuts are nutrient dense ingredients, the olive oil offers needed healthy fats and the garlic provides compounds with various health benefits. One of my husband’s co-workers (her name is Kelly and she is a

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Paleo Salsa and Paleo Sweet Potato Chips
Appetizers

Paleo Salsa and Paleo Sweet Potato Chips

There is this one salsa at our city’s Co-Op that is amazing! It comes in three varieties: mild, medium and hot. I like hot. My husband likes medium. It’s made locally, which I love; got to support my local folks! When you read its label, you get a list of all its ingredients, ingredients you

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Spicy Bison Burgers
Game Meat

Spicy Bison Burgers

Bison. First time trying it ever. I was a bit intimidated by the name, not gonna lie. We never had bison at our dinner table in Ecuador. I probably never even knew people ate this animal now a days! I was completely familiar with chicken, eggs, pork, beef, and fish…not bison. A couple of months

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Cilantro Beef Burgers
Beef

Cilantro Beef Burgers

Lately I’ve been really fond of protein. I think it’s because I highly appreciate all the healthy fats different meats have offered me on the last couple of weeks. When you’re working out ever day (high intensity workouts), working on marketing projects, and cleaning and cooking a bunch, you get energy drained. Carbohydrates are our

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Tuna Guacamole
Appetizers

Tuna Guacamole

One of the things I miss most about living in Ecuador is the availability of cheap produce…and the ease of produce purchase. While stopping at a red light, you could buy 25 oranges for one dollar, 5 mangoes for a dollar, or 15 tangerines for a dollar. All with just rolling down your window. Street vendors come

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