Holiday Haul

On our way back to Texas bright and early tomorrow and back to work on Friday (Noooooooooooo!).  I couldn’t have asked for a better time with my family since the next time we’ll be all together again won’t be until April for my wedding (eek!).On another note, the New Year is almost here and I’m already working on some recipes both from and inspired by two very special gifts I got from The Man and my parents:

The Man suggested I pull a Julie and Julia except try to make everything Paleo.  I sincerely doubt I’d survive an endeavor like that but there are some wonderful recipes in the book.  Despite the characterization of bread-and-cheese-heavy French food, it actually relies much more heavily on fresh meat, seafood, eggs, and vegetables.  Oh…and lots and lots of butter.

My folks also picked up Make it Paleo.  I’ve been earmarking away and can’t wait to get started.  I haven’t had anything I didn’t like from The Primal Palate–either food or food porn.  Expect me to be cooking up a storm as soon as we get home!

In honor of New Years’ resolutions, I’m also going to be posting plenty of Whole30-friendly recipes in January.  Who’s in?

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