Originally posted on Druid Life:
I hear in my memory, the voice of a man I once knew, talking about why isn’t there a men’s day, and how women hold all the power anyway. He, and those like him, are exactly why we still need to raise issues and awareness. There are plenty of Western…

Originally posted on Popular Paleo:
You might be surprised to know that the Paleo diet or lifestyle, depending on you intend to use it, is on a spectrum.  Now, I’m no expert. After reading a bunch (see Get to Know \Pa”le*o-\ for some links), going off my own experience with diets in general and just applying…

Originally posted on Popular Paleo:
It’s true that we eat with our eyes first, isn’t it?  I had a lot of fun taking pictures while making this today! Usually coconut prawns are a blend of shredded coconut and Panko bread crumbs.  The light, flaky texture of the Panko fries beautifully and maintains a crisp texture…

Originally posted on girlmeetspaleo:
It’s normal to crave a giant bowl of hot chili in the middle of summer, right? Good, moving on. Sunday’s breakfast of peachy eggs was hard on CJ (the man can’t stand fruity food), but that was before he knew what was for dinner.  He’s convinced I just like to torture…

Recipes: Primal Chocolate Cupcakes

These cupcakes are a variation of Elana Amsterdam’s “Cream-Filled Chocolate Cupcakes” from her book Gluten-free Cupcakes, in a mini-muffin form.  Makes about 35-40 mini-cupcakes. 1/3 cup coconut flour 1/3 unsweetened cocoa powder 1/4 tsp sea salt 3/4 tsp baking soda (I use the 1/2 tsp and 1/4 tsp to measure accurately) 6 eggs 3 tbsp […]

Originally posted on Popular Paleo:
Did I say before that I believe in simple food? Caramelizing fennel, onions and garlic with butter and a little salt yields an incredibly flavorful jam, which adds a touch of decadence to any simply prepared protein.  Try it for yourself with Easy Crock Pot Chicken, roasted pork loin or…

Originally posted on Druid Life:
For many of us in Western cultures, it can be the case that we get into our thirties before even losing grandparents. We’re a long way from the ancestors who would have lost siblings and friends as a normal part of growing up, and from a world in which death…

Originally posted on Jane Austen's World:
Inquiring readers: Not often does news of great import come our way, such as this item unearthed from the depths of Andrew Capes’s crashed computer. His having retrieved it is nothing short of miraculous, for now he can share the rest of Charlotte Collins’ story with the world.…

A hungry world

Originally posted on Druid Life:
I heard a story yesterday about a girl collapsing in school, because it had been so long since she’d last eaten. In some parts of the world, the curious bits would be that a poor child was in school in the first place, and a girl-child at that. Hunger and…