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Simple Shrimp Curry with Sesame Stir-Fried Veggies for a perfectly Paleo Asian meal

Super Easy Shrimp Curry

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Life seems to be busier than ever these days, in the best way pos­si­ble! I have been immers­ing myself more and more into my stud­ies at Insti­tute for Inte­gra­tive Nutri­tion, explor­ing dif­fer­ent dietary the­o­ries, and have been plan­ning for my big move to Aus­tralia. All of these big life changes and plans have spilled over into my kitchen time, not to men­tion I’ve been house hop­ping for the past month. As much as I LOVE to be in the kitchen, my cur­rent lifestyle and the Sum­mer heat are call­ing for more Read more […]

Asian Salmon Salad reminds me of a baked salmon sushi roll without the rice

Asian Salmon Salad

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This grain-free and dairy-free Salmon Sal­ad was inspired by an Asian Salmon Roll from the Food Net­work, but who needs bread when you can have a cleans­ing cool­ing Sum­mer sal­ad?!  As some of you may know, I’ve been couch-surf­ing and liv­ing out of a suit­case for the past cou­ple months since being back from trav­el­ing. I am lucky enough to have amaz­ing friends that have host­ed me and made me feel right at home. Recent­ly I stayed with my love­ly friend Maya and her adorable dog Addy. For just a few short Read more […]

Lime Crusted Tilapia with Fresh Citrus Salsa

Lime Crusted Tilapia with Citrus Salsa

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This is the kind of meal I envi­sion myself eat­ing ocean­side on San­tori­ni in just a few weeks! It’s sea­son­al, fresh, and full of fla­vor, and there are no grains or processed ingre­di­ents. There’s no bet­ter way to eat seafood than with a bright fruit sal­sa! I love a nice tuna or sword­fish steak topped with a giant spoon­ful of man­go sal­sa, but I think I love this Cara Cara orange based sal­sa even more! The orig­i­nal recipe called for blood oranges which I also love, but couldn’t find at any of my local Read more […]

Primal Salmon with Creole Mustard and Asapargus with Cherry and Honey Vinegarette

Primal Salmon with Creole Mustard Sauce

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Over the hol­i­days, my mom and I stopped into Cost­co and they were giv­ing away free cook­books. It was the per­fect thing to keep me enter­tained while wait­ing for my mom’s tire to be fixed. To my sur­prise, I actu­al­ly found quite a few recipes that I was inter­est­ed in try­ing, so it’s been a week full of Cost­co inspired meals, which all turned out to be super easy to make, but more impor­tant­ly, super deli­cious! I made this sim­ple salmon dish with a rich cre­ole mus­tard sauce and paired it with Costco’s Read more […]

Chicken Sate with Peanut Sauce--An Indonesian staple!

Indonesian Cuisine

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What comes to mind when you think of Indone­sian food!? I found that most peo­ple aren’t real­ly sure if they’ve had it or what it even entails, prob­a­bly because it is incred­i­bly sim­ple (yet deli­cious). Indone­sian food is quite sim­i­lar to Thai food and uses many of the same fla­vor­ful fresh ingre­di­ents. As soon as I arrived in Indone­sia I start­ed ask­ing around about local dish­es so I could make the most informed food choic­es. If you’re going to go all the way to Indone­sia, you want to make sure you Read more […]

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