This simple AIP-friendly recipe takes its flavor cues from a well-choreographed balance of garlic, lemon, shallot, sea salt, and just a touch of dill.
This recipe is my version of the ideal, traditional split pea soup.
This succulent recipe puts the chicken and veggies all in one pan for a complete, family-friendly meal.
This is hands-down the most essential, useful, and nourishing recipe for your repertoire.
Sweet and creamy with coconut milk, sour and aromatic with lime and lemongrass, spicy with fiery red chilies, and all brought to harmony by the salty base note of fish sauce. Meet Tom Kha Gai.
This recipe takes the cake as far as cilantro-centric cookery goes. An entire bunch goes into the pot, and bathes pre-browned chicken pieces until they’re fall-off-the-bone tender.
This isn’t nearly as hard as you’d think, and it’s a great skill to have when you’re eating for optimal health.
This big-batch of lamb sausage gets its full-blast flavor from lots of aromatic herbs and garlic.
This colorful pot boasts a texture like velvet and the brightness of freshly squeezed orange juice and spicy ginger.