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The Paleo Kitchen: Finding Primal Joy in Modern Cooking Paperback – June 10, 2014
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The Paleo Kitchen is energetic and full of tantalizing recipes. Juli and George bring the fun back into the kitchen and ensure you will enjoy the process just as much as consuming the meal! This book is packed with wonderful information for beginning a Paleo lifestyle arranged in an entertaining format, and every recipe seems to jump off the page with exciting flavors and colors. (-DANIELLE WALKER, New York Times bestselling author of Against All Grain)
The recipes that Juli and George have created in this book are stunningly inventive, combine bold flavors, and are just plain fun to eat. If taking great pleasure in your food is your goal, The Paleo Kitchen delivers! (-DIANE SANFILIPPO, New York Times bestselling author of Practical Paleo and The 21-Day Sugar Detox)
The Paleo Kitchen is a duet for the ages. Juli Bauer and George Bryant have joined forces to craft a gorgeous new recipe book that’ll delight and inspire you to shop, cook, and eat smarter. With Juli’s signature wit, George’s fabulous photography, and the duo’s tried and true dishes, this cookbook will soon have you dancing in your own Paleo kitchen. (-MICHELLE TAM, New York Times bestselling author of Nom Nom Paleo: Food For Humans)
The dynamic duo of Juli Bauer and George Bryant have partnered to create The Paleo Kitchen, an amazing cookbook full of ingeniously healthy yet delicious recipes that will keep you entertained in the kitchen! (-ELANA AMSTERDAM, New York Times bestselling author of Paleo Cooking from Elana's Pantry)
About the Author
George Bryant is the creative genius behind the wildly popular Paleo food blog Civilized Caveman Cooking Creations. After spending the first 20-something years of his life in a constant battle with his weight, and then nearly losing both his legs while deployed as a U.S. Marine, George took matters into his own hands and began his Paleo journey. What started as a simple place to post recipes for friends has since become an award-winning food blog. After serving in the Marines for 12 years, George now enjoys working full-time creating delicious Paleo recipes, hoping to change many lives for the better by making simple and tasty real food dishes.
Juli Bauer is a self-described foodie who creates Paleo versions of grain-filled favorites on her extremely successful blog, PaleOMG. She started the blog to help friends make the transition to Paleo a little more easily, only to see it grow from a few readers to more than 100,000 and counting in just eight months. The popularity of PaleOMG can be attributed to Juli’s refreshing honesty about her own trials and tribulations and to her mouthwatering recipes -- and to her heartwarming personality. But what Juli loves most is having the opportunity to be a part of people’s lives through food. And Paleo food is what keeps us living longer and healthier, all together.
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A little background...I've eaten a mostly Paleo diet for about four years now, and in my search for recipes at the beginning of my diet switch, I found and loved Juli's blog and bought her first cookbook. I'm not as familiar with George's blog but have made several of his recipes as well. I was beyond excited when this cookbook was announced and bought a copy as soon as it was released. Since receiving it, I've cooked almost exclusively from it. I have a lot of Paleo cookbooks...like, it's an addiction, a lot, but this one is my favorite.
When we got this book, I asked my four kids to go through and mark recipes they thought looked good. Maybe four recipes in the entire book were left unmarked (most of them for vegetables, go figure). So far, I've made everything from banana bread waffles (twice) to smoothies to Perfect Ribs with Blueberry Barbecue Sauce and other amazing, delicious main dishes. We haven't disliked a single recipe yet! Our favorites have been Mongolian Beef and Honey Ginger Wings. Any time you can get an entire family of six on board with any one recipe, it's a success worthy of a chorus of angels singing "Hallelujah."
I've found that even in my small town, most of the ingredients in these recipes are easy to find. The directions are easy to follow, and the photography is just gorgeous, from the styling to the lighting.
Maybe my favorite aspect of this cookbook is that one recipe can be turned into several, in some instances. The chocolate swirl banana bread can be used to make banana chip French toast or bread pudding (all delicious!). The crockpot pulled pork, amazing on its own, can also be turned into nachos, loaded baked sweet potatoes, and meatloaf.
I'm hoping very much that there will be another cookbook from this dynamic duo. My copy of The Paleo Kitchen is already dogeared and well-loved, and sure to be even more abused in the weeks and years to come. Thank you to George and Juli!
This book also had the most extensive list of "what you need for your paleo kitchen" as well. Just about everything you could ever need for a Paleo kitchen is needed. This list, coupled with Juli Bauer and George Bryant's personal stories in the beginning of the book, provide an excellent and authentic introduction to the Paleo world.
The other thing I liked was the great food photography, even in the Kindle version.
Having said that, the recipes are not the quick "Let me just make something in 5 minutes" variety. You actually need to take your time with the recipes. There are a few recipes that can be done quickly, but an overwhelming majority require time in the kitchen and patience. If you are looking for a quick Paleo meal to make in 15 minutes or less, this might not be for you. If you are tired of creating the same bland, Paleo foods or just want to create something creative with a more natural approach, this book is for you.
It's a great reference book and a perfect complement to books like the "Primal Blueprint Cookbook".
I bought the Kindle version (due to a delivery mix-up with my print order), but I am going to buy the print version.