Autumn Pork Loin With Honey Balsamic Pears and Sweet Onions

As the weather in south central Pennsylvania turns more and more fall-like, the cravings for all of those wonderful autumn flavors intensifies. Everything pumpkin spice, butternut and acorn squash soups, cinnamon sweet potatoes, and spiced apples and pears….just to name a few. It’s no secret that I love fall! Yesterday was one of those wonderfully…

Instant Pot White Chicken Chili – Paleo/Keto/Whole30

Have you had enough of the heat and humidity, yet? Are you like me and trying to cool your small home with one A/C unit and some fans (maybe it’s time to invest in another unit)? Pennsylvania is no different than many other areas of the US. Daytime temps hovering around 85-90°, which isn’t really…

Creamy PA Dutch Paleo Cucumber Salad

When you grow up in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, you grow up with certain foods that just are. For example, my mom made chicken pot pie (not to be confused with chicken pie) for my birthday every year because it was my favorite meal. Other favorites were pork and sauerkraut, chicken corn soup…

Top 10 Tips for Going Paleo and Sticking With It

If I’m being completely honest, I must admit that it was a bit daunting for me when hubby and I went paleo. He made the transition before I did. After feeling chronically ill for close to a week, he didn’t know what else to do, so took matters into his own hands and started eliminating…

Paleo 101: Diet or Lifestyle? The Choice is Truly Yours

The Primal Goal Many, many (MANY) years ago, our ancestors had fewer dietary options available than we do today. Their primal way of eating is what sustained them. Sometimes meals were far and few between (but the virtues of intermittent fasting is for another time). Getting the most bang for the buck, or the most…