AIP Onion Rings for National Onion Ring Day

AIP Onion Rings for National Onion Ring Day

One of my favorite guilty pleasures is a nice batch of onion rings. This crispy savory goodness works well as a side for almost anything, or makes a great snack. Chef Ann has exchanged the wheat flour that would traditionally be used, for a blend of cassava and...
Plantain “Masa” Mojo Pork Tamales (AIP)

Plantain “Masa” Mojo Pork Tamales (AIP)

Growing up in Southern California Mexican food was a staple. During the holidays you would see lots of tamales. Smal markets would sell their special recipes of masa that people would line up to buy and make tamales at home. One of my favorite traditions that people...
Mexican Escabeche AIP- POTG Test Kitchen

Mexican Escabeche AIP- POTG Test Kitchen

One of my favorite things on a salsa bar in a Mexican restaurant is the escabeche, if they have it of course. Crisp crunchy vegetables, tangy vinegar and seasonings. You can make a batch and store them in the refrigerator for those times you need a little something....
Top Ten AIP Recipes of the Summer

Top Ten AIP Recipes of the Summer

It’s that time of year, the kids are back in school, seasons are showing signs of changing. It is a time of reflection for some, so we decided to look back at the summer months to see which blogs were most popular. I can see a clear theme here. Lots of comfort...
AIP Jerk Chicken Fingers – POTG Test Kitchen

AIP Jerk Chicken Fingers – POTG Test Kitchen

Did you know that jerk seasoning was originally created by African slaves in Jamaica who fled into the jungle to escape British soldiers, once there they used what food sources they could find and came up with the original spicy jerk sauce to season their food. Of...