Wednesday, January 28, 2015

The Paleo Chef

Nothing says good morning like a great plate of food! So start your day with sweet potato rotis, accompanied by poached eggs, spinach, avocado and smoked salmon. Or maybe a shrimp omelet with dashi broth and Asian greens. Fix that early sweet tooth with a muesli and berry parfait topped with coconut cream or a bowl of black chia seed pudding with nuts, figs and dates. When lunchtime rolls around, find delight in a smoked trout, kale and fennel salad. Or switch it up with Japanese crunchy chicken. Snack on root vegetable slaw or sweet potato fries. For dinner, don't skimp on the good stuff, why not try a mum's burger piled high, or grilled sirloin topped with mushrooms, horseradish and arugula? Make sure to save room for desert, or else you'll miss out on the chocolate beet mud cakes, strawberry bliss balls and the key lime tart! Paleo doesn't have to be boring. In fact, it can be down right delicious! I was really excited to receive this book, as my paleo diet hAs become quite stale. I a, really looking forward to preparing quite a few of these recipes. While some of them look pretty labor intensive, I'm hoping the pay off will be worth it. There are a few that I feel were basic enough they didn't need to be included. But overall, the book not only looks great, with the photography very well done and the lay out easy and pleasing, but looks like it will Taste great too. I'm very excited to have some new recipes to inspire my cooking efforts in the coming weeks. I already have a list of paleo friends to recommend this book to. I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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