Cookbook Preorder Available! | The Big Book of Paleo Slow Cooking
I’m so excited to show this to you! My cookbook went to print last week and the covers were finalized this week. The wheels are rolling quickly, and I’m ridiculously excited to get my hands on a copy.
I hope you are, too! Click over and preorder one on Amazon! –> The Big Book of Paleo Slow Cooking.
There are SO MANY GEMS in this book. I felt like I was keeping juicy secrets from you for a year and a half. Want to see a few? I feel like I’m teasing you still, but I want to show you anyway.
Thai Pulled Pork Tacos with Creamy Chile Slaw is one of my most favorite recipes in the book. Oddly, it’s a pork recipe, and if you know me, you know I’m not fond of pork unless it’s the bacon variety. Honestly, I was nervous about doing the pork chapter, but some of these recipes ended up being my most favorite in the whole book. And I’ve made them several times since.
If I had my way all of the meat recipes would be shredded meat. It’s so versatile and ALWAYS tender. There are SIXTEEN recipes for shredded meat — chicken, turkey, beef, and pork. There are bound to be at least 5 you’ll love.
I remember when I was testing out these Chimichurri Meatballs and Enchilada Squash Noodles. All of the kids inhaled these — even the spaghetti squash which they don’t normally eat. I loved that enchilada sauce so much I posted it on the blog a few months ago — Whole30 Enchilada Sauce.
That sauce simmering away with these cilantro-spiked meatballs? Heaven.
I made a soup to match my blog! Seriously, though. It’s really that color. No photoshop magic going on there. It’s Pureed Beet Soup with Apple-Fennel Slaw — a perfectly light soup for spring or summer or even in the middle of December when you’re tired of heavy, rich holiday food.
By the way, the soup chapter is fantastic. Heck, it could almost be its own little book.
I included a chapter full of pantry staples — pasta sauces, spice blends, condiments, and three different kinds of BBQ sauce: Cider BBQ Sauce, Blackberry Chipotle BBQ Sauce, and Balsamic BBQ Sauce. All naturally sweetened and paleo-friendly.
AAAAAANNNNDDD you better believe I put some sweets in there. I’ve got several grilled pineapple recipes on the blog, but have you ever had caramelized pineapple?
Or Whole Caramelized Pineapple with Sweet Ginger Sauce… and sweet whipped coconut cream and toasted coconut scattered on top? This summer, throw a pineapple in the crockpot and you’ve got a perfect summery dessert cooking away without using up precious grill space. Just give everyone a fork and go nuts.
A few other tidbits about the book…. because I’m a statistics nerd.
- 139 recipes are Whole30 compliant or very easily adapted to be so. Woot!
- 176 recipes are nut-free or easily adaptable.
- 167 recipes are egg-free.
- 36 recipes are AIP-compliant (Auto-Immune Paleo) or easily adaptable.
You need this book. Seriously. And I’m not just saying that.
You’ll love it and you’ll have recipes with stains and water damage from splattered food.
And do you want to know a secret? I’m working on a free little guide to adapt these recipes to use in your Instant Pot!
Here’s the Amazon preorder link again –> The Big Book of Paleo Slow Cooking
Thanks guys! The 8-week countdown begins….