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AIP Plantain Wraps

This recipe for plantain wraps comes courtesy of our friend Mary Lapp, an original member of the AIP blogging community. When she decided to transition her website to focus on new endeavors, she wanted to know if we’d be happy ...

Teriyaki Meatball Stir-Fry

Whoever invented coconut aminos – THANK YOU! Where would we be without this bottled magic? It has opened the door for a whole group of foods which would otherwise be based on soy sauce! And now, it is more readily ...

AIP Beet Hummus

Most of the time when I’m cooking, I’m only about 50% sure I know how it’s going to turn out. When I tested this beet hummus recipe, I was thinking it was going to taste like some weird beet-like mush. ...

Sweet Potato Bites with Candied Bacon

  It is very easy at this time of year for your self-care (including diet) to get derailed. Temptations abound! Parties and family gatherings can be especially tricky to navigate. There is so much nostalgia tied to the foods we ...

Brussels Sprouts, Bacon, and Dates

  Simple, sweet, and savory. I can’t think of a better combination than bacon and Brussels sprouts. Add dates and you’re in business. Sometimes it’s nice to just throw stuff onto a baking sheet, into the oven, and call it ...

“Pozole” Verde

  For twelve years, I lived in Arizona, where authentic Mexican food was within three feet of me at any one time. Oh, friend.  That food was a-MA-zing. The homemade tortillas! The (very) hot salsas! The margaritas! (Ahem.) When I ...

Cherry Basil Bruschetta

Once upon a time, we lived in the country. During that magical time, we had a ginormous garden. In the first year, we had 17 tomato plants of several varieties. There is nothing like fresh tomatoes in summer – until ...

Dandelion Pesto

If I had to pick my favorite wild plant that is readily available in a grocery store produce section, it would be dandelion greens. Yes, the weed most of us yank out of our gardens! Wild plants like dandelion greens ...