It seems like just yesterday that I started to cook some recipes from Angie Alt's Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook, but it was actually September. Angie graciously provided me with an electronic copy of her cookbook for review and I have since bought the paperback copy myself as penance for being so slow to review the book. I've now cooked four recipes from the book and I do believe I'm ready to do my summary post. I'd thought about doing one more recipe, but I thought this would be a nice way to end the year. Spoilers, but I'll probably be reviewing a few more recipes from this book in the future. Let's take a look at what I've made so far.
Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
A little over a year ago, if you asked my friends and coworkers if I liked coffee, the answer would be a resounding yes and my brewer of choice was a Keurig. I had Keurig machine and home and at work. As I started to examine my use of plastics in the kitchen, I couldn't ignore that my Keurig and really any automatic drip machine suffer from the same problem, hot water and plastic. It seemed silly to get rid of all my plastic kitchen storage but then continue to use the Keurig machines, so I looked for alternatives. A good friend of mine told me about his percolator. He and his wife use it for tea and he had nothing but praise for it. What's great about a percolator is that you can buy a model that is all stainless steel on the inside. No more plastic! Yay! I bought and have used the machine for about a year, so I'm ready to review it. If you indulge me, at the end, you can enter a giveaway to get a The Paleo Review mug!
Monday, November 30, 2015
Howdy! I've had this post in draft form for ages! At this past PaleoFX, I was given yet another snack to review, so I decided it was high time to put this post out there. When I started drafting this post, it seemed there weren't many options out there for paleo snacks, but that's certainly not the case any longer. In fact, I have so many snacks to include in this post, I've been putting it off like one of those to do lists that's gotten too long. Ok, let's do this.
I honestly don't buy many paleo snacks. Why? Well, they tend to be expensive and a bit calorie dense/high sugar for me and my personal paleo template. Every once in a while you need something portable for a road or camping trip. The products in this post would be what I would suggest for those times of need. As there are many goodies, I'll keep my comments pretty brief on each.
Sunday, November 29, 2015
Every once in a while I crave chicken wings. I can't explain it, but I do. I was glad to see this Mustard Chicken Wing recipe in Angie Alt's Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook. I believe I've mentioned this before, but Angie blogs with Mickey Trescott at Autoimmune Paleo. I still had some great wings from Tendergrass Farms, so when that mood hit, I knew what to do.
I gathered my ingredients.
Saturday, October 31, 2015
Happy Halloween, everyone! I can think of no better way to celebrate than to review another recipe from Angie Alt's Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook for Lemony Roasted Brussels Sprouts. This is the third recipe that I've reviewed from this cookbook and I realized that I've said next to nothing about the fact that all of these recipes are AIP complaint. I believe the reason being is that they are tasty recipes for anyone following a paleo template. The AIP complaint aspect is just a bonus as the recipe can be enjoyed by more people. With that said, its time to grab some Brussels sprouts and get to work!
Monday, October 26, 2015
Whenever I get a new paleo cookbook, it seems that I am always attracted to stuffed meat recipes. Of course, this meant I had no choice but to give Angie Alt's Bacon and Artichoke Stuffed Pork Chops from her book, the Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook a try. Even without the stuffed factor, bacon and artichoke with pork chops sounds heavenly to me. I grabbed my ingredients, turned my oven on to pre-heat, and got to work one weekend morning. Yes, morning.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Before I review another recipe from Angie Alt's Alternative Autoimmune Cookbook, I thought I'd blog this recipe I gave a try a few months ago while I knock a little more rust off my blogging wheels. I had a real hankering for Beef Stroganoff and my internet search engine lead me to Paleo Beef Stroganoff from Balancing Paleo. I was made this on a weeknight, so the pressure cooker usage was a real plus for me. Without further ado, I grabbed my ingredients.