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Paleo Seafood Salad with Mango and Chosen Foods Mayo Recipe

Tropical Seafood Salad

We have been buying Chosen Foods Avocado Oil for a long time, and it is now my standard cooking oil due to its mild, neutral flavor, high smoke point, and healthy fat profile.  It’s great for baking, pan-searing, or drizzling over salads.  So I was pretty excited when I heard that Chosen Foods was bringing […]

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Paleo Sesame Fish Cakes

Guest Post for Paleo Parents: Sesame Fish Cakes

I’m delighted to be guest posting for Paleo Parents this week, and I am also sharing the recipe here.  This is a simple recipe that can be baked or pan fried, and because of the mild flavor of the white fish and the crunchy sesame coating it is a dish that even fish-avoiders will likely […]

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Leek and Celery Root Soup

Leek and Celery Root Soup

Celery root is a glorious and seriously under-appreciated fall vegetable.  I rarely see them available in groceries, and they are scarce even at the farmers’ market.  Also known as celeriac, this homely root vegetable has a surprisingly mellow and complex flavor that will remind you of celery crossed with herbal and earthy notes.  Because I […]

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Slow Cooker Curried Tomato Soup

Slow Cooker Curried Tomato Soup

Fall doesn’t officially start until the end of the month, but our garden is already making the transition.  The cucumbers stopped producing after a cold snap last week, and the tomatoes are soon going to be good only for green tomato chutney.  Last week I cleared some beds and planted garlic, kale, and shallots to […]

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Easy Duck Carnitas Recipe with Quick Pickled Onions

Easy Duck Carnitas, Plus a Giveaway

If you crave the meltingly-tender meat with crispy edges that you get with classic pork carnitas, you are going to love this easy recipe for duck carnitas.  This is my one-pot method that braises the meat until it is falling apart and then crisps up the skin and edges to give you some crunchy texture.  […]

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Fresh Herb Soup

Fresh Herb Soup

Every summer my tarragon plant gets quickly out of control, growing to at least four feet tall and taking over a good third of our large herb bed.  I do a lot of things to try to keep it in check–pesto, tarragon salt, tarragon chicken, etc.–but sooner or later it has to be somewhat aggressively […]

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