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Cookbook Review of Simple French Paleo + Recipe for Mint & Basil Pesto
As someone who loves food and loves to travel and loves to take pictures of food when I travel, this cookbook combines the best of all those worlds with amazing pictures of France along with scrumptious looking recipes for everything from meatball to crepes and everything in between.
You can read more about “Simple French Paleo“ and get your hands on the ebook here. The print version of this book is also available on Amazon here.
Some of the recipes I’m excited about trying are:
- Marinated Olives
- Garlic & Herb Stuffed Mushrooms
- Nicoise Salad
- Vibrant Pork Belly Salad
- French Onion Soup (one of my all time favorites)
- Celeriac Remoulade
- Tarragon Provencal Chicken
- Crepes and a ‘Layered raspberry Crepe Cake’
- Honey Lavender Roasted Peaches
- Citrus Ice Cream
The inspiration for this book comes from the author’s Belgium roots where she grew up eating simple, flavorful french food. This is real food for real people. And this is french food that you can (and should) cook at home.
One of the days we planned on just hanging out with in Toulon, France. As soon as we were off the ship I knew that this was going to be a great day. We walked off the ship and right into the beautiful marketplace full of spices and herbs, olives, fresh olive oil, produce, seafood, ready made meals and more. Below are a few of the many pics I took that day as we wandered through the stalls marveling at the beauty of the food. If I said it once, I said it 100 times, that I would love to live and cook in proximity to a place like that.
Along with all of the amazing recipes in this beautiful book, you’ll also find tons of AIP resources:
- Sophie’s story of her AIP journey
- Lists of foods to include or exclude on the AIP diet
- AIP lifestyle hints – like the importance of sleep, exercise and reduced stress
- A look into her AIP pantry
- Cooking conversion charts – for interpreting recipes from around the world (LOVE IT)
- and much, much more!
Yield: 1⁄2 cup
but all of the opinions expressed in this post are mine.