Spicy Cool Cilantro, Spinach and Lime Sauce

Save Print Spicy Cool Cilantro, Spinach and Lime Sauce Author: Nell Stephenson Recipe type: Sauce Cuisine: Paleo Serves: 4 servings   An easy to whip up sauce to compliment a mild white fish or chicken, as well as to use as a dip for fresh veggies! Ingredients ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil ¼ cup homemade bone broth 1 […]

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Rib-eye Becomes Steak & Eggs

A fatty cut of grass fed meat is an absolute part of healthy Paleo living. Go ahead and order the giant steak at dinner, with the knowledge and confidence none of it will go to waste, since you’ll be eating it the next morning for breakfast! Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 cups mushrooms, sliced […]

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Paleoista’s Tom Yum Recipe

In the cold of winter, we can use every advantage we can get to boost our immune systems and keep from catching that nasty cold that everyone else has succumbed to. Here’s my version of a traditional Thai favorite, without any of the typical go-go easy fixes like salt-laden fish sauce or canned chili.  Enjoy […]

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Mama’s “Meaty” Muhammara

My take on a Syrian dish traditionally made with breadcrumbs mixed in, this Paleoista version is just as tasty, if not more so, without the added fillers.  Having sauces, relishes or dips such as this on hand in the fridge can be the secret ingredient to making over cold leftover chicken and veggies into a whole new […]

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Paleoista’s Standing Grass Fed Rib Roast Recipe

Enjoying a fattier cut of grass-fed meat now and again is not only a delicious thing to eat, it’s totally Paleo friendly!  Serve this with your favorite seasonal veggies for a lovely meal and plan on having the leftovers for a couple of days to follow! Ingredients 1 (2-rib) standing rib roast (3 pounds) 1 […]

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Blue Hawaiian Sweet Potato and Maui Onion Hash

One of my favorite things when I head to the Big Island to train or race is to partake of and enjoy the local bounty. Blue sweet potatoes and local onions fit the bill perfectly in this tasty version of hash! Ingredients 8 ounces raw Hawaiian blue sweet potatoes (If available. If not, substitute yams.) […]

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Superfood Delight Recipe from Pocket Paleo Snacks!

All real, fresh foods offer nutritional benefits, so they’re actually all “superfoods.” Still, whether high in a particular antioxidant or rich in a particular vitamin, certain foods stand out more so than others and adding them to you menu does round out the whole picture while bringing a little hint of the rainforest right into […]

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Paleoista’s Cold Buster Smoothie

Cold Buster Skip the over-the-counter cold remedies that suppress the very symptoms that are our body’s attempt to fight the cold and flu bugs, and support your body’s defense naturally instead! If we remember Hippocrates’s words with this one and “Let Food Be Thy Medicine,” we’ll support our own immune system to knock out any […]

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New Year’s Day Alaskan King Crab Legs

Crab has long been a staple of many a New Year’s Day Feast.  This Paleoista preparation kills two birds with one stone by making use of that last 1/2 bottle of Champers that was leftover from the celebration last night! Ingredients Raw garlic, crushed Leftover Champagne Lemon- juiced 1 pound Alaskan King Crab Legs Instructions […]

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Paleoista Lobster Salad Recipe

On a weekend getaway to Nantucket, the first meal we enjoyed was a lunch overlooking the water and the lobster salad was what immediately jumped off the menu the moment I had a glance at the menu. While a traditional preparation would include mayonnaise, I added a California spin to it by using local organic […]

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