Tuna Salad with Apples and Pumpkin Seeds

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Tuna Salad from Danielle Walker's Against all Grain

Brought to you by Sir Kensington’s, one of my favorite condiment companies! I posted this tuna salad a few months back on my Instagram when I was in editing for Meals Made Simple. While I underestimated the excitement it would receive, everyone kept asking for the tuna salad recipe so I threw it into the book last… Read more »

Meals Made Simple in Costco!

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Costco MMS

  We received confirmation that Meals Made Simple will hit all US Costco stores upon release on September 2nd (Canadian Costco stores will have it mid September)! This is so exciting because you can get it for a great price – usually around $19 depending on the store location! They will also have some copies… Read more »

Pizza Frittata

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Pizza Frittata by Danielle Walker's Against all Grain

I had some leftover Applegate pepperoni the other day and was looking for something a bit different to do for breakfast. I grow so tired of the standard eggs and bacon. I love a good baked egg dish, especially my Shirred Eggs with Ham, or really anything that can be whipped together and baked in… Read more »

Cilantro Lime Grilled Sweet Potatoes and Peppers

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Danielle Walker's Against all Grain | Grilled Sweet Potatoes

You’re going to love this easy side dish for grilled cilantro lime sweet potatoes and peppers. They’re tossed in lime juice and olive oil before being grilled and the light smokiness from the grill and poblano peppers balances the acidity nicely. The sprinkling of goat cheese at the end is optional, but it finishes the dish… Read more »

Grilled Flank Steak with Cilantro Balsamic Marinade

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Balsamic Cilantro Flank Steak | Danielle Walker's Against all Grain

This grilled flank steak is full of flavor from the bold marinade of balsamic vinegar, shallots, and cilantro. The long marinating time not only allows the meat to soak up the flavors but also helps to make it more tender. We served it with grilled sweet potatoes and poblano peppers (recipe coming Wednesday)! I’ve been slowly… Read more »

Meals Made Simple Book Tour

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I mentioned in my update post about how I am doing after our loss that I was contemplating a book tour. After lots of thought on the matter, I decided to go ahead and do one. At first I was apprehensive, but I have been venturing out more and more and being with people has… Read more »

Summer Book Reviews

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  It seems like this summer has been full of one new Paleo book after the next, and you are probably wondering which one (or ones!) you should pick up. I am very excited to share my thoughts on some of the newest paleo books on the market! Let’s dive in to the Summer Paleo… Read more »

Guest Post: Coconut Chicken Satay

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Lisa Coconut-Chicken-Satay

Hi there, AAG fans! It’s with mixed emotions that I bring this guest post to you today. While I am excited to “meet” Danielle’s amazingly loyal fans, I am deeply saddened by what her family has been going through and only wish this were happening under different circumstances. I’m glad she knew she could reach… Read more »

Guest Post: Grain-free Flatbread with Balsamic Basil Pesto, Peaches, Goat Cheese and Arugula

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beth grainfree flatbread

Having a blog means your personal life is very much on display, something that most certainly can take some getting used to. That said, one of the wonderful trade-offs of your life being public is the many incredible connections you make world-wide. I have connected with and met more amazing people than I ever thought… Read more »

Life After Aila

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Cover for Aila

  This blog has given me a place to share a piece of myself in an effort to help others. When I was first diagnosed with my autoimmune disease and later found I needed to do a complete overhaul on my diet, I felt extremely alone. So I began writing recipes and sharing them on… Read more »