Fennel is under appreciated. It’s distinct anisy flavor can present a challenge for the uninitiated. But wait for it. Fennel is lovely. Given the chance, it will woo you. Not with a big bang of fructose sweet or the bold assertions of the spicy, but with a slow seduction of quiet complexity: refreshing coolness with a hint of earthy sugars and just a tease of licorice.
I’d forgotten how much I used to love mashed potatoes. It’s been close to two years since I adopted a no-nightshade autoimmune paleo diet, and I love the way I eat so I don’t tend to crave or miss much. There’s so many new foods to enjoy!
It’s that time of year, the leaves are taking on bold colors, the days are shortening, and our local farms are harvesting an array of beautiful winter squashes. I’ve always loved pairing sage with the natural sweetness of orange fleshed starches. It’s what inspired me to create this seasonal recipe. Continue Reading…
This recipe is: Paleo + AIP (Autoimmune Protocol) + Whole30 + vegan + low carb/ketogenic + SCD + coconut free
Sautéing celery enhances it’s digestibility and primes it for soaking up my bright + bold lemon garlic dressing. The tangy citrus and spicy garlic are perfect for the season’s shift, offering anti-microbial protection as the weather cools. Whether you’re looking for a savory side dish, or a warm salad with a bit of bite on a cloudy day, this deliecious recipe delivers.