The origins of the Sunrise Bowl can be described in a few words: As often, I had time pressure, between paperwork, household, two meowing cats who wanted to be entertained, hair that still had to be dryed and straightened, since I couldn’t show up at work looking like a mop, I quickly had to prepare a portable lunch for work.
Good morning dear Paleo friends, I’m finally back from vacation and am happy to present you with my latest recipe. Two weeks in South Tyrol with lots of rest, sun and the mountains have let me become creative again and brought a lot of new, delicious inspirations that I can hardly wait to share with you.
Those of you, who love tuna as much as I do, will not get enough of this delicious recipe. It is the best, best fit for everyone, who chronically lacks time, because you can prepare it in the twinkling of an eye.
In this post, I show you something quick, unpretentious. Two days ago, we moved to a new apartment, and today I write to you for the first time from our cosy roof terrace with a view on the green trees in my neighbour’s gardens.
Hello dear friends, today I will stick to my blog name for the first time and post a really, really green, exclusively vegetable recipe. Today and tomorrow will probably be two of the hottest days here in Dusseldorf.
Honestly, I think we are lucky that ghee (as a replacement for butter) is paleo compatible. I don’t know, how you feel – of course, coconut oil is great, but I personally couldn’t use it to bake or fry everything, as it often has a very dominant taste.
Sometimes it’s the easiest things which make us comfortable and happy. The recipe I want to share with you today is a classic example for that.
Today, I would like to present you with another tasty side dish – the creamy mashed celery and cauliflower with herbs and sautéed onions. You can easily combine it with almost every main course. When I was a child, I loved mashed potatoes. I couldn’t have enough of it. If I had had to decide what to cook for lunch every day (and not my mom) we would have had mashed potatoes with peas and fish sticks at least every second day.
This hot chocolate is full of nutrients. Not only thanks to all the different sorts of spices and the raw cocoa, which I use for it, but also to the full fat coconut milk which is rich in magnesium, calcium, antioxidants. But, the best thing about it – it is high in omega-3 fatty acids, which lower the risk of inflammation and support heart function.
Paleo avoids grains and legumes. Consequently, meat and fish gain importance as protein sources. However, meat should always be consumed wisely. What do I mean by “wisely“?