If you’ve ever been to a Tex Mex joint or travelled through California or Texas, you would have seen a tortilla soup on the menu. Although nobody is quite sure of its origins, this hearty and zesty soup has become a bit of a darling of Mexican fusion cuisine. The purists will have to forgive me but as this is a paleo friendly dish, the tortillas no están incluidos! Also, I’ve gone on my own adventure when playing with the traditional recipes so this is another Irey’s special. Es muy delicioso (it’s very tasty) and I hope you like it.
Recipe: Baked Apple & Pork Meatballs
Today’s recipe for apple and pork meatballs comes from Monica at The Movement Menu. She has lots of yummy recipes and ideas on her site and was kind enough to share a few with Eat Drink Paleo readers, so you’ll see her name pop up every now and then.
Recipe: Baked lemon sole with ginger chilli ghee recipe
You have probably seen a whole lemon sole fish at your local fishmonger and wondered how to cook this quirky, flat looking creature. Unlike its name, this fish has nothing to do with lemon or shoes but it is very tasty and according to the Marine Conservation Society, it’s a decent choice on the sustainability scale.
I always say that eating great food is just a small part of what makes us healthy and well. We all know about the benefits of getting good sleep, stressing less and moving more, but there is another super important key to longevity and prevention of diseases and that is protecting ourselves from unnecessary exposure to environmental toxins. That’s why this guest post from the two lovely ladies at The Paleoish Princesses is so timely and important. We would need a book to cover all of the toxins we should and could be avoiding, so today’s post focuses on the one we’ve all heard of but perhaps are still a little confused about – BPA. Thanks to Rebecca and Madeleine for writing this comprehensive article and providing so many great tips on how we can make our environment healthier.