AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Apple-Sage Pork Breakfast Skillet

  Here is another breakfast skillet to add to your morning or batch-cooking routine. I’ve used white-fleshed sweet potatoes here, along with two classic pork flavors: apple and sage. I prefer the white-fleshed sweets because they tend to be a ...

Herbed Beef Stew with Carrots and Celeriac

When I picked up an Instant Pot, my cooking routine changed forever — long gone were the afternoons of spending hours “checking in” with a slowly simmering pot of stew on the stovetop. Now I can execute a fully tender, nourishing ...

AIP Golden Milk with Orange and Dates

  My hot drink of choice is usually chamomile tea but every so often I fancy something a little richer and more satisfying. This is a great little recipe to knock up when you want a quick pick-me-up or soothing ...

Strawberry Applesauce

Fall brings a lot of flavors to our table we may not enjoy throughout the rest of the year – like pumpkin, cinnamon, and cranberry – but by far my favorite autumn ingredient is the simple, humble apple. Whether you’re ...

Summer Beef Stew with Chilled Thyme Pesto

I don’t mind hot foods during the summer, but in many people’s minds, summer and stew don’t go together. There is actually something to eating hot foods on hot days. I know many Africans who not only eat hot foods ...

Butternut Breakfast Soup

  I love having soup for breakfast — it is everything I look for in the perfect morning meal. First and foremost, it provides optimal nutrition to start the day — high-quality protein, vegetables (esp. greens!), and a good dose ...

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 ...

Moroccan-Inspired Breakfast Skillet

  One of the most basic Autoimmune Protocol meals is simply meat and compliant vegetables cooked together. Throughout the last five or so years of eating this way, I’ve come up with dozens, if not hundreds, of combinations (you can ...