Author: Chris McCormick

Duck Salad with Tangerines and Raspberry Vinaigrette (AIP)

Duck Salad with Tangerines and Raspberry Vinaigrette (AIP) Duck is one of those foods that it seems most people think is only for special occasions. But it doesn’t have to be. You don’t have to  start with a whole duck, you can purchase just the duck breast from your butcher. Did you know that duck is actually considered a red meat? That means that it is safer to eat cooked medium rare like you might a steak. It has a very rich flavor and goes well with the raspberry vinaigrette and fresh tangerines used in this salad. When cooking...

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Homemade Paleo, Keto, AIP BBQ Spice Rub

Homemade Paleo, Keto, AIP BBQ Spice Rub As temperatures begin to warm we start thinking of grilling outside. I recently asked Chef Ann if she could come up with an AIP BBQ Rub and she stepped up to the challenge, as always! The recipe here is AIP, but if you want a paleo version,  simply add chili powder for some extra heat. If you are following a keto program, you can add chili powder and omit the coconut sugar. The recipe is super easy, simply measure, pour and mix! This rub is also very versatile, it’s great on beef,...

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Amazing Superfood Salad with Scottish Salmon (AIP)

Amazing Superfood Salad with Scottish Salmon (AIP) Did you know that both salmon and blueberries are considered superfoods? Superfoods have an extremely dense concentration of vital nutrients, vitamins and/or minerals, as well as antioxidants, good fats, healthy enzymes, or other healthy properties that help to treat, lower the risk of or prevent specific diseases and maladies. Sounds like good foods to eat to me! This is another tasty salad for you to try! Amazing Superfood Salad with Scottish Salmon (AIP) 2018-02-22 07:39:34 Serves 4 Write a review Save Recipe Print Total Time 40 min Total Time 40 min Salmon...

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Traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage (AIP)

Can you believe it’s March already? My how time flies! I asked Chef Ann if she could do an AIP Corned Beef & Cabbage in honor of St. Patricks Day. As usual she did not disappoint. One of the ingredients that is traditionally found in store bought corned beef comes from the use of Sodium Nitrate, a non AIP ingredient. Thats what makes the corned beef pink. Wanting to make the AIP Corned Beef look the same, Chef Ann decided to add beet powder to the pickling liquid to see if it would add the pink that we’ve come...

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Lemon Garlic Yak Steak with Parsley Sweet Potato Frites (AIP)

Are you a steak lover? Here we have taken the traditional cut New York Strip, but it’s Yak! Have you tried Yak yet? It’s one of the most healthy meats that you can eat. It is 95 to 97% fat free, high in Omega 3 oils, CLA’s (Conjugated Linoleic Acids), Oleic Acids, and Stearic Acids (35% higher than beef as a percentage of fats that are good for us.)  But, what about the taste? Well, we barely taste any difference from beef. It tasted like a very high quality steak!  We cooked our steak medium rare and it was juicy,...

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