Whip up a batch of yuca paleo biscuits as a side for your dinner and you can simply pop them in the oven whenever you want some.
You don’t have to get up super early to make a good Paleo breakfast. The proof is in this Asparagus Scramble.
We spent the day at Farmer Wayne’s for his open house Farm Day. Throughout the day people visited to see the farm, learn about Wayne’s CSA, paleo, beekeeping, and to play with the animals.
We’re on the road heading East. Find out if we’re coming to your city. http://paleoporn.net/tour-east/
The paleo police are coming. We eat starchy carbs.
Increase your vegetable and fat consumption with this Paleo Scalloped Kohlrabi. No need for potatoes when other vegetables can get the job done!
Weir’s true to life explanations make you feel like you’re truly on Mars, experiencing the sol-in, sol-out drudgery of living on Mars, as Mark Watney is. By a fluke his team left him behind because they thought he was dead. Watney is a clever character with a really sarcastic and fun inner dialogue to listen to. It’s definitely a fun read even if you’re not a fan of science fiction.
Thumped, the second book in the series by Megan McCafferty continues the story of twins Harmony and Melody who are now the most famous teens on the planet.
We all want to know how to sleep better, not longer. Hack your bedroom, light, and diet and I guarantee you’ll sleep better than you ever thought possible.
Bumped by Megan McCafferty is a super quick read and takes place in the genre I enjoy the most…a dystopian future (with a side of teen pregnancy).
Portage Grounds sits in a quiet part on the northwest side of Chicago. They serve Intelligentsia Coffee and many different teas.