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.
The Main Event
First published in 2015, this is my newly updated AIP liver recipe round up. Consistently one of the most popular posts on joannafrankham.com, this baby is your one-stop repository for all things liver recipe-related.
You know you should be eating more liver, don’t you?
Another recipe from my mate, Emma – and this is a doozy!
These sizzlin’ scallops are served on a bed of citrus-dressed zoodles. It’s an unbelievably easy and tasty way to serve yourself a super-healthy meal!
I’ve been cooking this slow-cooked pork number recently and it is so good!
Slow-cooked pork is one of those ridiculously easy things to whip up, yet it always pleases. Incredibly versatile and great for leftovers. It’s is YUM!
My Jamie Oliver-inspired four hour lamb really is sublime. It is so ridiculously easy to prepare but it tastes amazing. This is the thing I cook most often.
Another of my mate, Em’s recipes from our time together at Conscious Autoimmunity.
Emma thinks this is her best recipe creation ever! It’s certainly one of the most requested. Perfect for when you’re short on time but after something über nutrient-dense and tasty.
Another offering from my good mate, Emma (formerly of The Bacon Mom) – speedy Instant Pot Beef Bourguignon!
Em’s special sauce is to create tasty, hearty and nutrient-dense fare, fast! She doesn’t have time to pfaff around. This is one of her most asked-for recipes!
Slow Cooked Pork Carnitas with Cranberry Relish are so good! These babies are 100% AIP friendly and so easy to whip up for a crowd. This recipe is from my super-good mate, Emma and I know you’re going to love it. It’s so easy to prepare.
I’m a smidge proud of this VERY MERRY Raspberry Glazed Ham number. It’s 100% AIP-friendly…
June 2018 Update: This osso buco recipe was first published back in March 2014! It’s…