Everyday recipes for the paleo autoimmune protocol

Tag: dinner

Pomegranate Purslane Salad

Pomegranate Purslane Salad

A colorful salad for late summer, with a few unusual ingredients.  I’m so happy to introduce you, if you haven’t already met, to purslane.  Purslane is technically a weed, and it can grow anywhere in the world where there’s a long enough growing season.  It […]

Simple Soft Shell Crab

Simple Soft Shell Crab

Soft shell crabs are one of my favorite foods to eat ever, hands down, of all time.  The texture of them is so unique as you bite down, shell and all: crispy on the outside, bursting with rich flavor and moist meat on the inside.  My […]

Slow Cooker Chicken Carnitas

Slow Cooker Chicken Carnitas

Today is Cinco de Mayo, and today I learned what that holiday actually means!  Cinco de Mayo celebrates a victory of the Mexican army over the French in 1862.  After a civil war in the late 1850s, the Mexican government was almost bankrupt, and declared […]

Baked Salmon with Lime Butter

Baked Salmon with Lime Butter

When I began the autoimmune protocol I was a pescatarian, which means I didn’t eat any forms of meat or poultry.  To get enough protein, I ate a metric ton of fish and seafood, including plenty of salmon. As excited as I am about adding […]

Sweet and Sour Chicken

Sweet and Sour Chicken

When I lived in Brooklyn there was a Chinese food restaurant right downstairs from my building.  It was tiny (takeout only for sure!) and dimly lit, but they had all the classics.  I used to get the eggplant in garlic sauce on the regular.  On […]

How to Be a Guest on AIP

How to Be a Guest on AIP

It’s spring and there’s a warm breeze in the air.  Birds are returning, buds are opening, the sun is warm and plentiful.  Everything’s wonderful–until you get your first summer barbecue invitation!  What to do? It’s lovely to be cooked for by other people.  But this can […]

Best Ever Baked Sweet Potatoes

Best Ever Baked Sweet Potatoes

I’m not sure about you, but I’m willing to bet that like me, you eat a lot of sweet potatoes.  They are a pretty great staple food when you’re on the autoimmune protocol: they are filling, versatile, and fairly portable–not to mention they are frickin’ […]