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"If you're a Paleo foodie like I am, this book is a must-have for your kitchen." —Chris Kresser, M.S., L.AC
"The Paleo Foodie Cookbook gets it all right. From farm-to-table to a full offering of Paleo deliciousness—you will love it!" —Robb Wolf, author of the New York Times bestseller, The Paleo Solution
"I love Arsy's recipes and am thrilled to have another collection of her incredibly healthy dishes!" —Elana Amsterdam, author of the New York Times bestseller, Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry
"Arsy has an incredible talent for blending fresh herbs and spices into really amazingly flavorful dishes. Her recipes are fresh and exciting. If you love ethnic cuisine as much as I do, I highly recommend you buy this book!" —Diana Rodgers, author of the bestselling Paleo Breakfasts and Lunches on the Go
"Arsy has a flair for turning traditional dishes into unique, sophisticated and flavorful masterpieces. If you are seeking to impress and be inspired, The Paleo Foodie will do just that." —Kelly Winters, founder of Primally Inspired
"Arsy has once again proven that eating a Paleo diet doesn't mean limiting flavor. A must-buy for Paleo eaters and foodies alike." —Russ Crandall, founder of Domestic Man
"Having had the pleasure of eating dinner from The Paleo Foodie Cookbook at Arsy's very own table, I can tell you that these recipes are completely amazing." —Kelly Brozyna, founder of The Spunky Coconut
"The magic of Arsy's recipes has always been transforming simple ingredients into impressive dishes. Her everyday exotic creations will surely spice up your weeknights with fabulous new flavor combinations." —Bill Stayley and Hayley Mason, founders of the Primal Palate
"A great follow-up to Arsy's first book, The Paleo Foodie Cookbook is a straight-forward approach to cooking whole, real foods deliciously. From inventive and exotic recipes to new twists on classics, this book will bring out the foodie in all of us." –Matt McCarry and Stacy Toth, founders of Paleo Parents
Arsy Vartanian is the creator of the popular Paleo blog Rubies & Radishes. Her previous book, The Paleo Slow Cooker, is a breakout hit among the Paleo community. Arsy’s work has been featured online at ChrisKresser.com, BreakingMuscle.com and CaveGirlEats.com, to name a few. She lives in Santa Cruz, California.
I can't wait to try all the recipes in this book.
To me being a foodie means respecting the ingredients I use in my food and allowing them to shine on the plate which is what the author of this book, Arsy, has done.
This book is beautifully laid out, lots of color photos to illustrate the amazing recipes.
I would recommend this to anyone who is looking to adopt a paleo diet lifestyle.
I appreciate Arsy’s passion that is brilliantly shown through the recipes conveyed in this... Read more
This is one of the first Paleo cookbooks I ever bought. I really enjoyed it, although, some of the recipes are a little more difficult than what I usually enjoy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christy Loves 2 Read
This is a great cook book with a lot of different recipes that aren't just for a paleo diet, but also good for gluten free eating with slight modifications. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anna D
This is an amazing cookbook! I've tried 5 different recipes and all of them have been incredible. I was looking for a collection of tasty Paleo recipes to get me started. Read morePublished 4 months ago by k8t95
The Paleo Foodie is packed with gourmet recipes like Roasted bone marrow with Arugula and Parsley Salad, Braised Red Cabbage with Fennel and Apple, and homages to Arsy's Middle... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tony FED
I am thrilled with Arsy's new cookbook. Long a reader of her Rubies & Radishes blog and a fellow Santa Cruz resident myself, I was anxious to try The Paleo Foodie. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tooncesmom
I was much happier with her first cookbook - the Paleo Slow Cooker. There are good recipes in this book but not as many that I feel that my family would be likely to eat as in her... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Cynthia
it had some recipes that were whole30 compliant. the ones we tried were worth doing again. looking forward to being able to use the desert ones. they look really goodPublished 7 months ago by not wandering