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"If you're tired of boring or overly restrictive Paleo recipes, this book is for you. Russ's love of traditional and international cuisine and culinary experience shine through in his delicious and satisfying recipes."
- Chris Kresser, M.S., L.AC, author of Your Personal Paleo Code and the blog ChrisKresser.com
"The Ancestral Table is a feast of lovingly crafted recipes that make the most of bold tastes and traditional cooking methods. The recipes -- a world tour of international flavors - flex the paleo template to include quality starches and some dairy, while remaining true to a well-reasoned, real food philosophy. It's clear that Russ takes good food and good health seriously - but he infuses the primal acts of cooking and eating with undeniable pleasure and joy."
- Melissa Joulwan, author of the cookbooks Well Fed and Well Fed 2 and the blog The Clothes Make The Girl
"I absolutely adore cookbooks that give me a sense of place, history, and flavor--along with deliciously authentic recipes. By weaving together a vibrant tapestry of words and photographs, Russ Crandall's Ancestral Table offers all of this and more, transporting and nourishing readers in both mind and palate. Bravo!"
- Michelle Tam, co-author of Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans and author of the blog Nom Nom Paleo
"The Domestic Man is an absolute stand-out chef in the ancestral health community. No one combines classical cooking techniques, outstanding and broad flavors, and international flair quite like Russ. With unique and unctuous recipes, The Ancestral Table is a book that will find a prominent place in our home: open, splattered, and next to my stove."
- Stacy Toth, co-author of the cookbooks Beyond Bacon: Paleo Recipes that Respect the Whole Hog and Eat Like a Dinosaur, and the blog Paleo Parents
"The Ancestral Table contains a beautiful collection of dishes that will really get you excited in the kitchen. Russ's recipes are in the true spirit of slow food, covering the basics to the more advanced cooking techniques. If you're a foodie, this book is for you!"
- Diana Rodgers, NTP, author of Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts on the Go and the blog Sustainable Dish
Russ Crandall is the talented home chef behind The Domestic Man, a leading food blog in the Paleo, gluten-free, and whole foods communities. In his 20s he suffered a number of life-threatening illnesses, was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune condition--and was sent home with a lifetime's worth of medications. Disenchanted with modern medicine, Russ started searching for his own answers and quickly discovered that eating a gluten-free, nutrient-rich diet instantly alleviated most of the medical issues that had plagued him for years.
Taking cues from his undergraduate studies in history and his travels around the world, Russ quickly discovered that traditional dishes--those that people ate just a few generations ago--inherently embody healthy principles because they were created at a time before processed foods existed. During the day he serves as a Russian translator in the U.S. Navy, and in the evening he can be found tinkering in the kitchen. He and his family live in Baltimore but consider Hawaii home.
I love this book! The recipes are unique, practical, yet basic enough that you can do this at home! I love Russ & his approach to cooking and Life....a wonderful cookbook!!!Published 13 days ago by Zengirl
Not really Paleo. Nice but not Paleo if that is what you're buying it for you may want to try others.Published 26 days ago by rockysgirl
Already this has reached a status as one of my all time favorite cookbooks. A nice mix of challenging and easy recipes that ventures outside the typical Paleo box. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Now, I'm not on a Paleo diet.. I do however, enjoy eating and The Ancestral Table is wonderful for that. Read morePublished 3 months ago by D. Giltner
This is one of my favorite Paleo cookbooks. Lots of carb alternatives. He uses white rice, potatoes, and sweet potato noodles, but lots of good recipes in this book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by K. Parnell