Chili Chicken Verde

Bone Broth If you have spent any amount of time within the “paleosphere” you would have heard the virtues of bone broth extolled over and over again. This is not without good reason. It has incredible healing properties for the gut, joints, and bones. It is also rich in minerals that we rarely consume in…

Five-Spice Carrot Soup

Here’s a wonderful, quick, and CHEAP recipe for you all. The chinese five-spice adds a unique flavor to this soup. If you have some extra time and really want to increase the depth of flavor, toss the carrots in some oil and roast them first. Five-Spice Carrot Soup 2 Tbsp. coconut oil 1 onion, chopped…

Sweet Potato Soup

It’s somewhat of a rainy day here in Los Angeles. Perfect soup weather, actually. I’ve never really been much of a soup maker. My personal preference is to chew my food (albeit, as little chews as possible… I tend to be quite a FAST eater). The soup related items that I do make are usually pretty…

Tomato and Roasted Fennel Soup

My husband used to work at a restaurant in San Diego. Not gonna lie, this restaurant makes some pretty delicious meals and my man is one of their biggest fans. He loves many a dish on their menu… Beef cheeks, fig meatloaf, ahi tuna chop chop… I could go on forever. Not being one to…

Butternut Squash Soup

Here’s a simple one for those chilly Southern California nights (wink, wink). Soup is a great way to stretch your dollar and incorporate some really healthy items into your food rotation. BONUS: there’s usually leftovers which means for very little time investment, you can have a few meals for the next few days! Butternut Squash…

Watermelon Soup

This was a HUGE hit at my own engagement party this summer. This chilled soup can be made with any kind of melon. A really good honeydew would taste great with the jalapeño and green onion. Watermelons haven’t always maintained a good reputation in the “paleo” movement because of their high fructose content in relation…