While working at Bouchon bistro in Napa Valley, I prepped A LOT of chickens destined for roasting. And while you can find recipes galore for Thomas Keller’s roast chicken, almost all of them are missing one crucial step.
A lot's changed since the Paleolithic Era. But on a basic level, the paleo diet of early humans can be a path to good health in modern times.
What is a paleo diet?
It's pretty safe to assume our hunting and gathering human ancestors ate a diet comprised mostly of:
- Organic, free-range meats (nose to tail!)
- Fresh-caught fish
- Pesticide-free, in-season fruits and vegetables
I hope you enjoy my modern take on ways to work paleo recipes into your cooking routine. I believe cultured and fermented dairy can be beneficial foods. However, for a strict paleo diet, leave them out.
Giving up carbs doesn’t mean ditching flavorful, beautiful dinners. With one or two simple switches, stuffed peppers can be paleo, keto, low-carb deliciousness!
Ditch the refined white flour! Here are a couple different ways to whip up Japanese soufflé pancakes without (most of) the guilt!
How to sockeye salmon any way you wish! And a few quick and easy ways to mix up the flavors on fish night.
If you love brioche French toast – especially slices loaded with cinnamon – you’re not alone. And while thousands of recipes exist for what the French call pain perdu, you actually don’t need a recipe at all.
The method and the only two ingredients you need for perfect, fluffy tender scrambled eggs. And the secret is not in adding milk!