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)
Biographie de l'auteur
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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My new favorite cookbook...and I can't cook!8 juillet 2014
Pam Pearson @ WealthyHealthyWomen
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I was so excited about this cookbook and the recipes I just had to share my excitement in this video. Now I'm definitely not a cook so the fact that I love a cookbook is CRAZY! But, these recipes are so easy, and fun and YUMMY! Give a watch...The Paleo Kitchen: Finding Primal Joy in Modern Cooking
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Takes The Sad Face Out Of Healthy Eating!11 juin 2014
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So here's the deal... I LOVE working out. Love it! I love sweating out my bad moods and pumping up my energy... but I hate, absolutely HATE, dieting. Forget dieting, I hate eating healthy. Let's be honest here... Pizza and beer tastes GREAT! Personally, I'd rather work 10x harder at the gym so I can binge eat on Friday nights. But if I'm continuing the honesty, it makes me feel gross afterward and all the hard work I completed at the gym, I destroyed in a matter of minutes. With this book, you have TONS of delicious options to satisfy your palate! It really puts joy back into healthy eating, and more importantly, all that hard work at the gym doesn't get erased! Binge on this book and you won't regret it!
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A tremendous resource for every paleo kitchen13 juin 2014
The Paleo Mom
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First of all, the book is beautifully laid-out. With stark, simple design and stunning photography on virtually every page, not to mention George and Juli’s trademark charisma, the book is a page-turner. Introductory material like “What is Paleo and is it right for you?”, simple Paleo shopping lists, tips for getting started (my favorite: making your kitchen a fun place to be in), kitchen tools worth checking out, and notes on food storage, batch cooking, curbing cravings, and eating out will give you the insight and inspiration to get going if you’re just getting started with Paleo–or to fine-tune your approach to get the most out of your time in the kitchen if you’re already a Paleo pro. Many of these are featured as tear-outs in the back of the book, so you can keep your Paleo shopping lists or other useful guides on the fridge or wherever else is convenient for you.
I’ve already hinted at the wide variety of unique recipes The Paleo Kitchen has to offer. George and Juli’s creativity shines. They have a real talent for using ingredients in unexpected ways, bringing new flavors and textures to otherwise classic dishes. Their Baked Banana Chip Crusted French Toast is a two-part recipe: Before you make the French toast itself, you’ll need to make some Paleo banana bread. I made the Cinnamon Chocolate Swirl Banana Bread also featured in the book and was tempted not to make the French toast. Cinnamon chocolate swirl? In banana bread? Why mess with a good thing? I used a slightly larger loaf pan than called for and still wound up with a ridiculously delicious bread. But I couldn’t stop there. The idea of battering it with banana chips sounded too ingenious not to try. And I am so, so glad I followed through. Even though this two-part recipe was a little lengthy, the directions were easy to follow, the ingredients easy to source, and the flavor worth every second spent in the kitchen (drooling in front of the oven). It is a crunchy-on-the-outside, soft-in-the-middle, not-too-sweet spin on the French toast we all remember from our days before Paleo. It is wholly unique, perfect for an indulgent Sunday brunch (or brinner).
For something a little more savory, I made their Mongolian Beef over Cauliflower Rice. Oh. My. Goodness. This may be the first Paleo Asian-inspired dish I’ve had that actually hits the spot. A sweet and spicy sauce thickened with arrowroot powder pairs excellently with the thin-sliced steak and mild cauliflower rice. It’s even autoimmune protocol-friendly if you make a few simple substitutions.
Speaking of which, not many of the recipes are autoimmune protocol-friendly, but most of the savory ones could be adapted with a little creativity by substituting certain spices and omitting or replacing ingredients like tomatoes and sesame seeds. If you are more interested in autoimmune protocol recipes, you might consider some of the resources on this page instead.
The only criticism I have is that some of the instructions are a little strange. For example, one recipe directs you to preheat the oven to 400F and then marinade your ingredients for 1-4 hours before baking them. I don’t know about you, but I’m not about to leave my oven on 400F for 1-4 hours (not this time of year, anyway)! Many of the recipes have similarly quirky instructions, but a little common sense goes a long way. I know that George and Juli did not intend for anyone to broil their kitchen while waiting for the marinade. And I know that if it looks like there’s an easier or more practical way to make the recipe, their food will still turn out great.
At the end of the day, George and Juli love food (and if you read their bios in the beginning of the book, you’ll know that wasn’t always the case). They want to help you love food, your body, and feeling well too. The Paleo Kitchen is fun to read, has delicious recipes, and is an excellent starting place for anyone new to Paleo or for anyone looking for something a little different.
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Seriously WONDERFUL!10 juin 2014
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Paleomg and Civilized Caveman were the first two blogs I started following when I discovered Paleo, and I have loved their passion, their awesome sense of humor, and of course all their recipes ever since. I’ve been waiting for The Paleo Kitchen for a VERY long time, and I have to say it was exactly what I was expecting… and so much more!! I own a LOT of Paleo cookbooks but I have to say that Juli and George have created a real BEAUTY - full of original, mouth-watering recipes that I have started testing literally as soon as I got the book! Once The Paleo Kitchen was in my hands, I started flipping through the pages and honestly there wasn't even ONE recipe that I didn't want to try straight away! The photography is beautiful, all the recipes are amazingly easy to follow and just DELICIOUS. My favorite so far - Candied Bacon Chocolate Brownies (I know, right???), Sweet Potato Quiche, Cinnamon Rolls, Shredded Pork Meatloaf, Lemon Raspberry Swirl Muffins... but something tells me there will soon be many, many more! In addition to more than 100 incredible recipes, there are also lots of useful tips, both for beginners and Paleo experts! I have loved EVERY SINGLE RECIPE I have tried so far and can't wait to make more of them! I highly recommend everyone to buy this amazing book - I'm sure you won't regret it!
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Overall a disappointment14 novembre 2014
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I had high expectations for this book based on Juli's blog and the positive reviews, but I was disappointed by the amount of filler recipes and the lack of anecdotes/tips to go with the recipes. I find it almost insulting that the authors would waste paying readers' money and time with recipes like a banana berry smoothie, which literally involves dumping frozen berries, almond milk, and a banana in a blender (and takes up a double page spread), the ubiquitous cauliflower rice (another double page spread), coconut butter, and macadamia nut butter (both of these simply require putting one ingredient in a food processor- and surprise- both get two whole pages!). I'm glad they take nice pictures, but they could have done a condensed page of 1-step blender/food processor recipes. Maybe I'm just spoiled by the Well Fed books and getting 10 meatball recipes in a 2 page spread...
This book definitely has a few saving graces, including beautiful photography, a kickass and simple BBQ sauce recipe, and some nice looking dessert recipes. If you're starting out on Paleo or trying to decide where to spend your money, however, I would spring for the Well Fed/Against All Grain/Nom Nom books and use the free recipes on these authors' blogs instead.