AutoImmune Paleo Articles
Roasted Cabbage Wedges

Cabbage has never been one of my favorite vegetables. I know, it’s basically sacrilege for a southerner to not like coleslaw. But it often has a rubbery texture and bitter taste that can be off-putting even to people who aren’t ...

Melon, Grapefruit and Cucumber Spritz

Ah! This AIP mocktail with a fresh herb sprig was inspired by my love for a good early summer beverage! There’s something about the month of May, maybe the start of long summer holiday weekends, that gets me in the ...

Garlic and Lemon Wilted Chard

  So, I have to admit that this “recipe” doesn’t feel very recipe-ish to me. Wilting swiss chard seems like cheating to me or too easy, but recently I shared my undying love for chard as my breakfast green of ...

Thai Tuna Salad Wraps

  One of my favorite places to eat in my neighborhood is a cozy little family-owned Thai place on the corner of a strip mall where I used to work. It was a popular pit stop for employees on their ...

Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus

  Asparagus is my favorite vegetable. Not just because its tart, earthy taste pairs well with just about everything – lemon and bacon are fairly traditional toppings but I’ve also served mine with sweet honey-orange sauce or even date paste ...

Maple-Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes

  What kinds of foods do you think of when you think of November? Pumpkin pie, probably. Stuffed turkey and mashed potatoes. Cider or mulled wine, something warm and autumnal to fight off the cold. For a lot of people, ...

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 ...

Stone Fruit Smoothie

  Did you know that AIP is a “no-coffee,” but NOT a “no-caffeine” protocol? You are forgiven if you’ve missed this nuance. I did too! For the first two years of my journey with the Autoimmune Protocol I thought caffeine ...