This is a great Paleo breakfast or lunch using the Paleo Stuffing Leftovers. Spicy, sweet and packed with vitamins and protein, this meal will keep you going for hours. Continue reading Turkey-Free Paleo Stuffing Leftovers for Breakfast or Lunch – Paleo Thanksgiving Part 5
A Tale of Two Paleo Crumbles:
- Apple Crumble with Crispy Almond Crumble
- Cherry Crumble with Buttery Pecan Topping
Each made with less than 15 minutes prep time.
So technically even raw, organic green beans are a legume and not totally, 100% purist Paleo, but several researchers have determined that green beans aren’t matured legumes and contain little to none of the potentially inflammatory contents of mature legumes. Do your own google searching (I prefer Pub Med to Dr. Internet), and decide for yourself.
While we don’t eat green beans as a part of our every day Paleo lifestyle, we were 100% okay with adding a serving of these crunchy, sweet greens to our Paleo Thanksgiving. Continue reading 5 minute Blistered Green Beans-A Paleo Thanskgiving Part 3 with Semi Handmade
With just three simple ingredients, Paleo or not, you may never go back to that marshmallow version!
It’s that time of year, and if you’ve always wondered how to easily keep that stuffing in (or apples/onions/lemons), here is a quick and simple How To with photos! Continue reading How To Stuff and Truss a Turkey -Paleo Thanksgiving Part 1 with #Semi_Handmade
This month we had a blast hosting Ben’s Beginners Kids Cook Off. Continue reading Sneak Peek: Ben’s Beginners Kids’ Cook Off
Holiday season means parties, potlucks and ultimate celebrations. If you’re looking for a new go to, Continue reading Ice Cream Party with a Twist
Every year our friends and neighbors pack the house before trotting out to Trick or Treat. It’s a lot of fun in new urbanism neighborhoods where living close together means maximum efficiency in the candy gathering. Continue reading 5 Tips for the Perfect Fall or Halloween Party
Well, every good event planner has a contingency plan, and in the atlantic region in August, you can basically plan on afternoon thunderstorms that threaten to flash flood.
We planned for the rain, but what was unusual for us this year was the HEAT! It made an early August outdoor BBQ simply impractical since most of our friends have young kids. Continue reading InstaFire Inside