Creamy and tart, this pasta is good piping hot or chilled. In the photo, I used spiralized summer squash for the noodles, but with a pesto like this, I prefer thinner, "angel hair"-style noodles like spaghetti squash. ... Read More
These recipes are low in histamine, provided they are made with fresh ingredients (meat that has been properly frozen and refrigerated and produce served as close to harvest as possible), then eaten the same day they were made.
The perfect winter treat. ... Read More
This is a great winter treat. I think I even prefer it to hot chocolate! I don't do well with coconut and do do well with dairy, so I've included that option below as well, but it isn't AIP. You can also use melted white ... Read More
This salad is an incredible, refreshing summer dish, a real riot of flavors from savory to sweet. ... Read More
Who doesn't love Taco Tuesdays? You don't have to say goodbye to that hearty Tex-Mex flavor just because you gave up grains, beans, and nightshades. This one-pot meal is quick to throw together and will satisfy the whole ... Read More
Okay, so I know most of these ingredients wouldn't be found in your traditional taco soup -- which contains things like beef, beans, tortilla strips, olives, cayenne, cheese, and sour cream. But with some homemade taco ... Read More