My family is from Kielce, Poland (I’m first generation American), and I grew up eating my grandmother’s amazing cooking from the homeland. I didn’t always appreciate the food when she was cooking it (awww man, cabbage rolls again?), but now that I’m older and don’t have her calling me when dinner is ready, I miss our simple Polish meals tremendously.Read More
One of my all time favorite cuisines is Italian – I love garlic, tomatoes, olive oil, and basil! Although most of the recipes call for bread, bread crumbs, or some kind of pasta, there are ways of getting around that to have a more primal/paleo friendly Italian dinner. Here I used almond flour instead of bread crumbs to make the delicious breading on my Eggplant Parmesan.Read More
Ah, cajun cookin’. There’s nothing better than a steaming hot bowl of brown goodness, brimming with sea creatures and creole spices. This recipe is a paleo adaptation that tastes like heaven and will have all your co-workers getting jealous of your superior lunch. Despite its semi-long ingredients list, the soup doesn’t take terribly long to made and is worth every second spent by the stove. Don’t have bacon grease? Well then FRY UP SOME BACON. You can then crumble it up and save it to toss into a salad/eggs/other recipe later. Seriously, don’t substitute the bacon grease – it just won’t taste right.