I can’t count how many times I have been asked how I manage to eat the way I do.  I’ve been doing it so long now I guess I don’t even think about it.  A paleo diet is not a complicated one unless you make it.  It’s the people that try and make all the box foods for themselves at home that have trouble.  I will occasionally make the homemade pizza or gluten free pancakes to indulge, but 90% of the time I keep it clean and simple.

What you see

  • cage free eggs
  • free range ground turkey
  • grass fed beef
  • free range chicken
  • grass fed elk
  • grass fed ostrich steaks
  • organic heavy cream
  • organic cauliflower
  • organic baby carrots
  • organic celery
  • sweet peppers
  • asparagus
  • blueberries
  • organic mozzarella cheese
  • some live kombucha
  • filtered water

In the Door

  • Almond butter
  • Cashew butter
  • Organic butter
  • my probiotic stash
  • organic salsa
  • organic cherry juice
  • organic extra virgin olive oil
  • organic lemon juice
  • organic apple cider vinegar
  • coconut milk
  • almond milk
  • and a tiny tray of condiments for my not so good sport guest
  • Oh and a dark chocolate bar behind the nut butters…. nobody is perfect 😉

What do I do with it all?  Here are 3 sample dishes from my kitchen to yours

Day 1

Breakfast – 6 Cage Free Eggs, small glass of almond milk

Lunch 1/2 – Sautéed Elk and Sweet peppers with celery and cashew butter

Dinner – Ostrich steaks cooked in coconut oil with asparagus

Day 2

Breakfast – Ground Grass Fed beef  (yep plane just as is mmmmmm), handful of blueberries, small handful of pistachios

Lunch 1/2  – Chicken and steamed broccoli (was in the freezer) covered organic butter

Dinner – Ground Turkey cooked with garlic pepper and then mixed with mashed avocado

Day 3

Breakfast – Ground Bison, small organic apple, handful of brazil nuts

Lunch/Dinner – I bet you were wondering what all that cauliflower was for!!!!

Cauliflower Casserole


  1. Steam one large or two small/med heads of cauliflower until you can mash them easy with a fork
  2. While steaming, cook 1 pound of ground meat, in this case I used grass fed ostrich
  3. Dice up 1/4 sweet onion
  4. Once steamed, mash cauliflower in a large mixing bowl or food processor.
  5. add in onion, 1,4 cup cream,  and press 2 sections of garlic clove.
  6. Drain meat, then add and mix until you have an even mixture of what looks like meaty mash potatoes
  7. Spread evenly in a 9×15 baking pan
  8. Sprinkle on cheese
  9. Set in oven on 350 for about 10-15 minutes, just long enough to melt cheese
  10. Let cool and serve