Mr. Husband is working tonight, so dinner was chicken wraps for one, served in red cabbage leaves. It was literally a 5 minute thing because I used pre-cooked chicken tenderloins from the fridge. So easy! Here is what I did: chopped carrots, chicken, and a can of water chestnuts. quickly stir fried those things in […]

For the past couple of weeks, I’ve had the grossest cold that’s been going around.  Now, I am finally — FINALLY! — starting to feel good again.  My disgusting cough has subsided. I have a little bit of energy! No more brain fog! When I was sick, I didn’t pay too much attention to my […]

Oatmeal is not paleo. Oats are a grain, and they are high-carbohydrate.  I don’t eat them often. However, they are gluten free, and they don’t make me feel bad.  So once in a while I’ll eat them.  Especially right now, when breast feeding the baby has me eating and drinking like a horse (I meant […]

Yesterday was the baby’s three-month birthday! Over the past three months I have not cooked as much as I did pre-baby.  But last night, I cooked!  Mr. Husband minded the baby, and I got into the kitchen.  I had bought 3lbs. of beef on sale, so I decided to make a bunch of meatballs.  I didn’t […]

Mr. Husband works in the produce department at Whole Foods. I suppose I should trust him in matters of produce. But knowing me, I probably shrugged and said “ok” when he first told me how Sumo citrus was the best. Eventually I had one. Wow! Now I look forward to citrus season so I can eat lots of […]

My sweet little baby is almost three months old.   Here are some thoughts on being the mother of a three-month-old. My diet: It’s bad!  Breastfeeding makes me unreasonably hungry.  I have not been cooking much. I crave starchy things, and sweet things.  I want to eat my good paleo foods, but sometimes end up far from […]

I wrote about the story of the paleo blogger in North Carolina a really long time ago. He was instructed to stop giving advice because he was not licensed.  Now it looks like there is finally a resolution. From an article from The Institute for Justice: In December 2011, Steve Cooksey started an advice column on […]


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