26
Sep

It’s pretty rare that we ask for gluten-free bread when we’re out to dinner because we know that they either won’t have it, it will be chalky and dry, or it will have ingredients that I don’t tolerate well. Well a couple of months ago we were out to dinner in Napa and the server… Read more »

17
Sep

I can’t believe my baby girl turned 1 in June! It feels like she was just born. We had a super fun, summery party for her and I have been dying to share it with you! The food was all inspired by recipes from my cookbooks, with a few additions and modifications to keep it… Read more »

13
Sep

See below for a special offer from our sponsor Organic Start!   Here’s part 2 of the Feeding Babies series! We’ll move into first foods, toddler years, packing lunches, and beyond! I think this section about organic, grass-fed, and natural baby formula is the one the majority of you are interested in the most. First off… Read more »

29
Aug

  This is EXCITING!! This is the very first sneak peek recipe I’m sharing here on the blog from my new book Eat What You Love – releasing December 4th. There’s a few recipes that I shared in my Lunchbox Bonus Chapter for all of those who pre-ordered, but this is the first one available… Read more »

22
Aug

Asher is back in school, but we’ve still had record hot days around here so it’s nice to have a cool treat waiting for him after school. We’re chocolate lovers in this family so these dairy-free and egg-free fudge pops don’t last long when they’re in the freezer! With only 6 simple ingredients, they’re a… Read more »

15
Aug

When we were newlyweds, Ryan’s job took him to Chile and Peru every other month or so. He fell in love with the culture and way of life there, and I was able to tag along with him once! I remember him coming home after his first trip there and telling me about this cocktail… Read more »

6
Aug

Alright everyone! You have been asking for a post on feeding babies for years (seriously, years – since Asher was a baby!) and I’m finally giving it to you! We’re going to start at the very beginning here from 0-6 months with the first thing a baby ever eats – MILK! I’m breaking this one… Read more »

31
Jul

If you’ve been following me on Instagram, you’ve probably seen me trying to master a Pao de Quejo (or Brazilian Cheese Bread) recipe. I finally nailed it, and Ryan has been in heaven popping a few into the oven from the freezer whenever he wants them with dinner or to make breakfast sandwiches in the… Read more »

26
Jul

Last month, I had the opportunity to partner with Organic Valley in Wisconsin. They invited us into their offices, and onto one of their organic grass-fed dairy farms and engaged us in great conversation surrounding the farming industry. We got to interact with a variety of different employees, as well as real farmers who are part… Read more »

18
Jul

  This is my great-grandmother’s sauce recipe that has been passed down and perfected over many generations. I have added a few paleo modifications, but really didn’t have to change much! What sets her sauce apart are the secret ingredients – bone-in pork chops and cinnamon! The pork chops, which you might find unusual, simmer… Read more »

13
Jul

The Real Deal Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe from my book Against All Grain continues to be one of the most frequently made and loved, but I wanted to create a nut-free and coconut-free alternative with an egg-free option so that everyone with allergies could enjoy these classic cookies. This version has more of a crunch… Read more »

21
Jun

Creamy soups are my vice and I especially love to indulge in them when I want something comforting. Clam chowder was always one of my favorites growing up, but seeing as it is full of butter, cream, potatoes, and flour, I have missed it terribly over the past few years. If you’re in the same… Read more »

20
Jun

This week, I used my weekly Tuesday Facebook and Instagram Live segment (every week at 4pm PT!) to chat all about Paleo and Gluten-Free Summer Snacks For Kids. I know so many of you have children home from school for the summer, or are just looking for healthy snack alternatives yourself, and I was so… Read more »