Tag: AIP paleo

AIP {autoimmune protocol} recipes that are compliant with the paleo autoimmune protocol as detailed in The Paleo Approach by Sarah Ballantyne.

Camp Food: Pineapple Green Rice | Enjoying this Journey...

Camp Food: Pineapple Green Rice

AIP camp food? Can it be done? YOU BET. Whenever I see an AIP group member asking about suggestions for camp food, hiking fare, or jerky recipes – my immediate suggestion is they check out Backcountry Paleo. Sue has nailed that niche and offers tons of information and recipes on her site. I’ve been squirreling away some of her recipes… Read more →

Smoked Pickles | Enjoying this Journey...

Smoked Pickles

I’ve been tinkering with this recipe for (what seems like) ever. What started out as a simple change in salt turned into testing different tannins, salts, and how to prep the cukes (if at all). A couple weekends ago I opened a fresh batch that received the approval of everyone. Well, technically two batches were approved. Honestly, I was hoping… Read more →

Teriyaki Burger | Enjoying this Journey...

Teriyaki Burgers

Back when The Mister and I were slinging smiling burgers and fries for tips. Back when four core values were engraved into our grey matter. Back when our “breaks” would include Red Bulls and chain smoking (ah, the blissfully ignorant youth). Out of the 21+ burgers, there was one that he LOVED best. This burger (which goes by a different… Read more →

Kombucha Popsicles | Enjoying this Journey...

Kombucha Popsicles

We’ve had a pretty warm spring so far. Like, tank top and shorts warm. I held off turning on the central air as long as I could (and yes, I caved and turned it on already). These kombucha popsicles helped keep us cool though! I love that they’re easy to make and the flavor combinations are endless… Read more →

Grilled Baby Back Ribs | Enjoying this Journey...

Grilled Baby Back Ribs

Method-ology My first real job was working at a “famous for ribs” joint. Huge sheet pans fully loaded with baby back and spare ribs slow roasted in the oven for hours and were finished to order on the grills, lovingly slathered with their signature barbecue sauces, and devoured by devoted regulars. I also remember my grandma boiling ribs before grilling… Read more →

Lamb Ribs with Rhubarb | Enjoying this Journey...

Lamb Ribs with Rhubarb

Rhubarb is a vegetable that fully embodies springtime. I remember a rhubarb plant growing in our backyard where we grew up, the leaves (seemed to me at my age, at least) were massive and I knew to not eat them. Why? Well, I didn’t question it. I just knew to not eat the leaves. But the stalks… rich and tart.… Read more →

Tongue Tacos | Enjoying this Journey...

Tongue Tacos

Tongue gets a lot of attention on Instagram. More than liver… Why is that? The first time we tried tongue it was quite the experience to prepare it, but I was genuinely eager to try it. I’d heard that it was an incredibly tender cut (when done right) and made incredible tacos – and I couldn’t agree more. Read more →

Plantain Pork Hash #aip #autoimmuneprotocol | Enjoying this Journey...

Plantain Pork Hash

Next time you find yourself feeling uninspired with leftover shredded pork, I hope you’ll try this recipe. It became a favorite last year when mangos were at their peak. Even better – the kids love it and it’s relatively quick to throw together. Read more →

Golden Tapioca Pudding

Golden Tapioca Pudding

Turmeric is the spice I refill most often in my kitchen. It is also one of my favorite anti-inflammatory food tools. Turmeric is an herb that has traditionally been used to aid and treat inflammation; especially interesting, is its effects on arthritis[1]. In fact, there are many studies on the anti-arthritic efficacy of turmeric in preventing joint swelling and destruction.… Read more →