Entries by Suz

Recipe: Get Well Soon Chicken Soup

Feeling a bit crummy? Chances are, you find yourself feeling under the weather much less than you ever did before you started eating Paleo – but on those rare days that you do, nothing says ‘get well soon’ like a steaming hot bowl of chicken soup. It’s the ultimate comfort food, and boiling the whole […]

What’s so special about grass fed beef?

Grass fed beef gets plenty of recognition on the Paleo diet, and rightly so. We know our ancestors would have undoubtedly eaten copious amounts of wild fed ruminants; not the sort that were shuttled in their droves into giant feed-lots, devoid of natural light and space to roam, and fed with industrialised slop made from […]

Recipe: lime & tarragon scallops

Seafood is so good for you – assuming you buy good quality of course. Scallops are a great choice – especially with a bit of lime! Recipe: lime & tarragon scallops Recipe type: Fish & Seafood Cuisine: Barbecue Prep time:  10 mins Cook time:  10 mins Total time:  20 mins Print The most important thing with this […]

Recipe: bacon wrapped chicken drumsticks

These are always a winner at barbecues. It helps that they can be prepared in advance, leaving less to worry about when it’s barbecue time. Whilst these are bacon wrapped, you can also try pancetta instead, which I find tends to be easier to work with. Oh – and bacon really isn’t all that bad providing […]

Recipe: spicy almond lamb

Another great barbecue idea, this can be prepared the day before. The longer the lamb has to marinate, the better the flavour. Recipe: spicy almond lamb Recipe type: Lamb & Goat Prep time:  10 mins Cook time:  20 mins Total time:  30 mins Print Ingredients ⅓ cup of extra virgin olive oil juice of one lemon […]

Recipe: herbed pork skewers

This is another great barbecue option and can be prepared a few hours ahead and stored in the fridge. The best thing is it is super simple and quick to prepare. If you grow your own herbs, experiment with what you have on hand – fresh herbs give far more flavour than their dried equivalents. […]