The Burger Plate

¼ lb ground beef patty ½ large onion or 1 small onion butter or ghee 1 oz cheese (optional) ½ avocado Salad vegetables of choice: tomatos, cucumbers, red peppers, shredded carrots,etc) Salad greens   Cook burger patty in ghee or butter until desired doneness. If using cheese, turn Transfer to plate or heat proof container. In the same pan, sautee onions until golden and translucent. Add to burger patty   … [Read more...]

Coffee or Tea for Breakfast

1 egg yolk 1-2 tbsp butter 1-2 tbsp MCT oil 1 scoop Collagen Peptides Powder, vanilla or plain flavored Fresh brewed regular coffee, decaf coffee, 1/2 caff coffee, OR Teeccino brewed tea (my favorite in Vanilla Nut)  Place first three ingredients in a tall coffee mug. Add 2 tbsp of hot brewed beverage. Using an AeroLatte hand held mixer or other such electric hand mixer, blend the yolk-butter-coffee mixture until frothy and creamy. Add collagen powder and 2 tbsp more … [Read more...]

Sunday Morning Steak and Eggs

    4-8 oz hangar steak, flank steak, or skirt steak (lean) or rib eye or new york strip (not lean) 2 eggs horseradish and herb butter* tomato and onion salad   Let steak sit at room temperature for 15 minutes unwrapped and on a plate to shake the chill off and “breath”. Slice 1-2 tomatoes and place in serving bowl with their juices. Sprinkle a little salt and dried oregano on top. Slice ¼ of a red onion very thin and place in serving bowl with … [Read more...]

Breaking-the-Fast Smoothie

1-2 servings of powdered protein choice 2 cups of unsweetened almond milk ½ c frozen organic strawberries or blueberries ½ banana 2 tbsp almond butter, sunflower, or coconut butter   Add ingredients to blender. Blend and enjoy! Tip: the ½ banana is unnecessary and for people who are still learning how to be fat adapted. If you are already 20:40:40, you can drop the banana. Preworkout Tip: add 4 oz black coffee and 1 tbsp MCT oil … [Read more...]

Omelette du Jour

Vegetables (tomatoes, spinach, chard, yellow green or red onions, red peppers) 2 Whole Eggs 2 Egg whites (save egg yolks) 3 tbsp butter or ghee hot sauce or salsa 1-2 cups fresh salad greens ¼- ½ avocado   In a bowl, separate whites from yolks and save the yolks for later. Add whole eggs. Mix with a fork or whisk until well blended. Add butter or ghee to small saucepan and heat on medium until melted and simmering. Add vegetables of choice and sautee … [Read more...]

Creamy and Delicious Scrambled Eggs

3 eggs ½ oz butter Toppings: salt, hard cheese, green onions, tomatoes, cottage cheese, etc   Crack whole eggs into bowl and mix with a fork vigorously to blend yolks and whites. Heat a small non-stick skillet over low- medium heat. Add butter and gently melt. When butter is mostly melted, add blended eggs to pan. Run a flexible silicon spatula around the edges of the pan to gently fold eggs. Run the spatula into the center of the pan to gently lift and fold eggs. … [Read more...]

Shopping List for The Carb Cleanse Program- the best cleanse ever! ( and just pretty smart in general)

So here is a fantastic ABBREVIATED list of food items that are appropriate for year round basic Paleo AND the Cleanse program I offer.  If you know you have allergic reactions or food sensitivities to some items on this list, avoid them.  The first thing you might notice is that there are very few packaged items on the list- YES, the fewer opportunities for additives and processing, the more nutritious the food likely is.   Avoid gluten containing foods, all grains, all legumes, … [Read more...]

Red Cabbage and Apple Salad withe Sesame Seeds Vinaigrette

This raw salad will be sure to impress any guests and it is so easy to make! The perfect appetizer for a special dinner, full of great nutrients, not only is it good food, but it's good for you too! This recipe serves about 4. Ingredients for vinaigrette 3 Tbs apple cider vinegar 1 tsp grated peeled ginger 1 tsp dijon mustard 1 tsp honey 1/2 tsp minced garlic 3 Tbs olive oil salt and pepper to taste Preparation for vinaigrette Mix together vinegar, ginger, mustard, … [Read more...]

Recipe of the Month: Parsnip “rice” and Broccoli

Though the parsnip may look like a carrot that never got its color, the parsnip is definitely not that but so much more. Parsnips have their own distinct flavor and health benefits, being an excellent source of folate, potassium, and vitamin C. This recipe pairs them with superfood broccoli and toasted coconut for a satisfyingly textured alternative to rice. Select small parsnips for this dish as the likelihood of woodiness increases with size. Ingredients - 4 parsnips, peeled and roughly … [Read more...]

Springtime Liver Sautee

One of the best things about the resurgence in the paleo diet movement (as opposed to the only way to survive) is the use of organ meats.  Many cultures utilize all the organs and every country has its specialty dishes made with particular animal organs around the world.  America might be the only country where lean, deboned, skinless, anonymous, muscle meat is preferred to the life-giving and sustaining organs and fatty meats naturally found in areas where people are doing their best to … [Read more...]