One of my favorite food bloggers and cookbook authors by far is Russ Crandall who blogs as The Domestic Man. His Paleo-friendly recipes focus on classic, traditional, and international dishes from a historical, linguistic, and cultural perspective.
I’d like to send out a Happy Father’s Day to all you dads out there - especially my dad Robert Levy! Now, most of you that follow me and my blog know that my dad is an awesome cook and I steal (lol) many of his recipes for my website, so why would today be any different?
To say that kombucha has boomed in popularity in recent years is an understatement - you could consider it promoted to superfood status now as it occupies an entire refrigerated end cap at my Whole Foods and our local Safeway even carries its own house brand!
I rarely dine out for many reasons, but the following two are the most important: most restaurants use subpar ingredients, including cheap vegetable oils and a ton of salt; and secondly, I’m often disappointed as the food we make at home usually tastes better.
I’m currently on an airplane jetting my way back to the good ol’ Silicon Valley from an amazing 5 days in Austin, Texas where I attended the fitness and nutrition conference Paleo f(x). I decided to take a second to jot down my thoughts and takeaways.
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