This ridiculously good carrot and thyme mash takes carrots to a whole new level. It’s so good! The secret is in the roasting (and the addition of just a hint of honey)
When I was a child, Mum used to prepare a less AIP-friendly version of this SUPER simple carrot salad. This is my healthy twist on the original and it’s surprisingly more-ish!
Embracing the idea of stillness doesn’t have to be complicated. Rather, creating some space by consciously stepping away from your electronic devices and heading outside is a good place to start. Today I’m sharing what I got up to on my week offline.
How often do embrace the idea of stillness and give your brain (and body) a break from the stressors and ‘noise’ of everyday life? Me, I don’t think I do it enough – especially after some recent reading on the topic…
Six years after first being published, this bloody brilliant braised beef cheeks recipe continues to be one of the most popular in my collection. Now that the weather is well and truly turned wintery here in Sydney, David and I have been enjoying this old favourite.
I’m not kidding when I tell you that I think this is the best root vegetable soup in the world. It is so good. An AIP-version of the Graham Kerr classic, this soup is the soup of my childhood. IO’ve adapted it to make it AIUP-friendly and I know it will become a family favourite.
If a skill is defined as the ability to do something well; then making your health a skill is both important and something you can learn. Toda, the first in a new series of ‘bite-sized’ tools for your health toolbox…
One of the things I love most about living an AIP way of life is that it gives you a roadmap to make intentional choices. Choices that serve you. The AIP is predicated on making good choices within a framework of options.
My SECRET SQUIRREL Nutty Granola recipe will give you the feeling you’re eating yummy, toasted, decadent granola without the gluten, dairy, or even oats. It’s free of nasties (additives and preservatives) and can easily be made sugar-free, too. I think this will become a favourite!
How to activate your nuts: Making a habit of soaking your raw nuts and seeds increases their vitamin and mineral content and makes them easier for us to absorb. In other words – more nutrient-dense. Why wouldn’t you?