Paleo snacks that travel, tips for eating out, and a bonus: stand out Paleo eateries in Portland worth a visit!
As Spring Break approaches, and the last gasps of winter give way to brighter mornings and warmer temperatures, I can feel the boundaries of my world loosening up again.
Winter is full of its own activities and trips, but when Spring arrives, I find myself feeling more spontaneous. Spiriting the family off on a weekend getaway just seems simpler now, and my itch to go on little adventures grows with the length of the day and the thinning of my outerwear.
It's time for a road trip.
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The red and green bags of candy lining store shelves, the chocolate Santas and elves, the peppermint everything is all gone, replaced by red and pink packages containing the same candy, now mostly heart-shaped and less pepperminty, to mark the approach of Valentine's day.
And so the cycle continues...
Sugar. We love it, gargantuan food industry conglomerates love it, but, wait... Before you grab that pillowcase-sized bag of "fun size" candy and then snag a box or five of Girl Scout Cookies on the way to the car, look, haven't you noticed the changing of the guard?
Kid approved and easy to make!
Banana bread. Is it breakfast? Yes. Is it a snack? Yes. Is it lunch? Maybe. Mommy's busy.
Pacific Northwest’s most challenging Adventure Racing partners with Paleo Eats.
When the Pacific Northwest’s most challenging Adventure Racing organizer partners with an energy bar, you better believe that’s one legit food source, packed with energy! The proof is in the eating, and Paleo Eats makes the best tasting, all-natural food bar so you can live life full!
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My first question is about stone bowls...I know that when some people hear Paleo eating, it conjures images of people forking slabs of meat and raw veggies out of stone bowls. In your view, what is Paleo eating really about?
Wholesome and healthy is not the first thing people will notice about these yummies!
As usual, the focal point of the party rarely strayed from the kitchen. The Teriyaki meatballs were going fast, and Ben hovered around the deviled eggs with bacon and pickled jalapenos like he had been assigned to guard them. "Apparently these are Paleo or something," he said between bites, snatching two more for his plate. "All I know is that they are so good! Did you make these?" he asked me, with a look like he was about to offer me 40 bucks for a baggie of deviled eggs.
"I certainly did! Would you like the recipe?"