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Celebration of traditional food at Houston Real Food Nutrition dinner

Houston Real Food Nutrition and Partners in Paleo are presenting a traditionally prepared dinner in celebration of the upcoming Houston Regional Wise Traditions conference sponsored by the Weston A. Price Foundation. Jeanette Pearson, owner/chef, of Partners in Paleo, will prepare … Continue reading

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Best Christmas Dinner Ever! Thyme Roasted Chicken, Baked Ham, Veggies, and Real Gingerbread

That’s what my son said!  He always likes the food I cook, but he said this Christmas dinner was maybe the best meal I’d ever prepared.  Maybe he was just extra hungry, but he wasn’t the only one that enjoyed … Continue reading

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Pastured Chicken and Okra with Coconut Milk and Indian Spices

Summer in Houston means a plentiful supply of fresh okra,and I’m always looking for new ways to use seasonal, organic produce.  Last Saturday at the farmers’ market was no exception–I found a nice bunch of beautiful red okra pods grown … Continue reading

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Fermentation demonstration and paleo dinner at Houston Real Food Nutrition meeting

Our local Meetup group, Houston Real Food Nutrition, had a fantastically successful meeting last night at Partners in Paleo in League City.  Over thirty members and guests attended the event.  Susan Doiron gave an exceptionally thorough demonstration of making fermented … Continue reading

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Chicken Taco Salad

If you’ve ever wondered what to do with the chicken meat leftover from cooking bone broth, here’s a super delicious way to use it–season the meat and use it on a chicken taco salad.   Top it with shredded cheese, guacamole, … Continue reading

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Partners in Paleo – a new restaurant in the Houston area

My husband and I just visited a new (only open two weeks) restaurant for lunch yesterday.  The food was very tasty (I ate every bite of my lunch and sampled my husband’s potatoes too), and, best of all we didn’t … Continue reading

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Fresh wild-caught snapper at Harvest Organic Grille–deelicious!

If you look around, Houston now has some great and healthy places to eat when you just really don’t want to cook.  We visited one of them this week and here’s what we found:  Fresh red snapper, grilled to perfection–tender … Continue reading

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What’s for dinner? Thyme roasted chicken, green beans, mashed potatoes, and cranberry apple chutney!

We had a great meal last night for dinner.  Local pastured chicken roasted with thyme, local farmers market green beans, mashed potatoes (unfortunately not local), and cranberry apple chutney. What you need: pastured chicken green beans, ends snapped off potatoes, cubed raw … Continue reading

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Bone broth from pastured chicken

Bone broth must be one of our most nourishing foods.  Just recently my daughter and my husband were having intestinal problems.  A quart or so of homemade broth was all it took to get them back to normal.  I always … Continue reading

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