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Down South Paleo: Delectable Southern Recipes Adapted for Gluten-free, Paleo Eaters Paperback – August 11, 2015
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“With Down South Paleo, I get all the depth, charm and warmth of my favorite Southern foods back - WITHOUT the refined junk, sugars or grains, and without sacrificing any of the soulful flavors of the South. Jennifer is a genius!” ―Liz Wolfe, New York Times bestselling author of EAT THE YOLKS
“Jennifer is not kidding around with the recipes in this book - they're extremely creative while remaining true to the essence of what we all know of Southern cooking. If you've been waiting for the perfect collection of recipes to share with your family that won't seem to budge on their eating habits, this book will be an absolute game-changer!” ―Diane Sanfilippo, New York Times bestselling author of PRACTICAL PALEO
“Jennifer has done the impossible with her debut cookbook - she has created an entire book of mouth-watering Southern recipes free of grains and dairy. With Jennifer's recipes, we can still enjoy those rich, comforting, Southern flavors and still feel healthy, light, satisfied and energized! In addition to delectable recipes, Jennifer brings her Southern charm, hospitality and sass to this really fun cookbook!” ―Arsy Vartanian, author of THE PALEO FOODIE COOKBOOK
About the Author
Jennifer Robins turned to whole foods following a life-altering health crisis and no help from traditional treatments. Her challenge resulted in finding creative ways to combine real ingredients to taste like old favorites. She currently lives in Arlington, Virginia until the next Air Force adventure begins!
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*Update, with picture below is the Chicken Fried steak minus sauce and we added sweet potatoe to the yucca (mashed taters). Came out great and my 16 year old who rarely cooks made the chicken fried steak. *
I've been cooking Paleo for many years, so I understand you need some specialty ingredients, but this book is too much trouble for me.
The book contains exactly what you'd expect in a Southern-themed cookbook: Southern recipes! Jennifer doesn't try to reinvent the essence of Southern cooking in this book, but rather gives readers what they want - delicious dishes that are allergen-friendly while replicating familiar flavors. If you've been missing Chicken and Waffles, Crawfish Etouffee, Jambalaya, Gumbo, or Chicken and Dumplings, she's got you covered. Heck, there's even a grain-free grits recipe in here.
Speaking of allergen-friendly, there are a lot of options for folks with specific dietary restrictions. All of the recipes are dairy-free and gluten/grain-free, and 3/4 of them are nut-free. Additionally, 2/3 of them are egg-free and nightshade-free, and about 1/2 of them are AIP-adaptable with some simple tweaks. I appreciate that Jennifer really takes it to heart that *anyone* can potentially enjoy this book.
I like the fact that the chapters are separated by course, because it fits well for the book: breakfast, mains, sides, salads, finger foods, sweets, and drinks. Even the drinks are appropriate: favorites include the New Orleans Cafe Au Lait (made with coffe, chicory root, and coconut milk) and Lip Smackin' Lemonade (with added gelatin for extra nutrients). There is not a photograph to accompany every recipe, but those that are in the book (about half, I would say) are well photographed and show you what the final product should look like.
Down South Paleo is an excellent book at any price, but for what Amazon's charging right now it's a little silly if you don't get the book. I encourage you to click the "Look Inside!" feature for the book to see its Table of Contents, which I think will be the final bit you need to press the "Buy" button. Great work, Jennifer!