AutoImmune Paleo Articles
“Chocolate” Strawberry Tarts

  I generally don’t bake because it can be so time-consuming. And when you’re not using standard flours or sugars, it can often be expensive, too. So my autoimmune protocol-friendly desserts tend to be fruit, plain and simple. Maybe a smoothie ...

Thai Basil Chicken

  One of the things my husband and I love most about living near Austin is all the wonderful gluten-free Thai food we can find locally. We’ve got haunts for cheap Thai food, fancy Thai food, not-too-spicy Thai food, and everything ...

Twice-Baked Butternut Squash

  Winter squash was never one of my favorite vegetables. Even the fall favorite, pumpkin, just didn’t do it for me. Pie, puree, latte, I just wasn’t having it. But when you embrace a whole-foods diet like the autoimmune protocol, ...

Pomegranate Braised Lamb

  Lamb recipes may be most common around Easter time, but they often make an appearance during the winter months as well. There aren’t really any traditions in my household; it’s just the two of us most years, so we generally keep ...

Squashbrowns

When you read the title of this recipe, you probably say “squash browns” in your head. I promise it’s a lot more fun if you pronounce it like hashbrowns. “Skw-ash-browns”, with a hard, short a. See, wasn’t that more fun? ...

Cured Salmon

  Gravlax, lox, smoked salmon… cured salmon comes in several varieties and flavors from all over the world, but is usually served atop some kind of bread (toast, crackers, bagels…) with capers and cheese. My husband particularly enjoys it inside an ...

Banana Split Pudding

  It’s the perfect time of year to be breaking out all those classic childhood desserts. Summer just screams ice cream sandwiches, Popsicles, milkshakes, birthday cake a la mode, and banana splits – and you don’t have to be a ...

Broiled Scallops

Scallops are a fairly recent addition to my diet, as the often hefty price tag has put me off in the past. But after trying them for a book review a few months ago, I am now more than happy to ...

Pork Roast with Balsamic Reduction

  Balsamic vinegar is probably my all-time favorite condiment (certainly my all-time favorite AIP-friendly condiment). I put it in everything. Salads, marinades, even ice cream. There’s just nothing like it and the flavor’s so versatile! Pork, on the other hand, ...