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Thank you to each and every one of you who have “liked” my Facebook page! As a token of my thanks, I am giving away a copy of “It Starts With Food” and a pound of One Drop Coffee’s coffee! Just click on the Rafflecopter image below to enter (there are two easy ways to enter)! Giveaway closes Wednesday, October 17th.

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  1. Holly Quinn says

    Congrats on making 3000!!! I would love to see a recipe on how to spruce up chicken with some general spices not too fancy but flavorful.

  2. Tabitha says

    I am still struggling with lunches for my kids- especially the picky 4 year old who wants to eat pb&j sandwiches every day. I’d love to see more about how to get young kids on the paleo train!

  3. Heather Anne says

    I’m kind of new to your site so I don’t know all that you may have already posted. With Thanksgiving around the corner, I’d love to have some recipes to take to family gatherings. Sometimes changing those old family recipes or expected holiday dishes is difficult. However, I am open to making new healthy traditions! Thanks!

  4. michelle jones says

    I am new to your fan page and facebook. Absolutely love it! I would love a blog (you may already have one on it) but I need help and advice on how to get your kids to not complain about eating clean. No grains and such. I’m trying to start it in my house but it’s been hard with my oldest always complaining about it. Thanks!

  5. Chris says

    I would like to see recipes using ground beef. We use ground bison but they are interchangeable. Or recipes incorporating seasonal vegetables would be good also

  6. Becky C says

    Love, love, love all the stuff you do! I’d like to see some stuff geared towards kid lunches and snacks. Some out of the box creative stuff!

  7. says

    Found this blog a couple of weeks ago when I was looking for at home crossfit workouts! I need to get back in the wagon with CrossFit and Paleo and you make it possible! Thanks for the inspiration!

  8. Ericka says

    Congrats! Love your blog and am glad to have found it. Your weekly menus and CrossFit challenges have kick started our home schooling year in the best way. Thank you!

  9. DorieSpear says

    Recipes using eggplant! My boys grew some in their gardens and besides Ratatoulli I don’t know what to make with it.

  10. Meag Olson says

    Thank you for all the great recipes! I love your blog and have been passing along your link to all my Paleo friends!

  11. Janelle says

    I love your blog and all of your great recipes! I always know when I make your recipes that they will turn out great. Thank you!!

  12. Stephanie KL says

    Congratulations on hitting the 3,000 mark! With the look of snow outdoors today, fresh cranberries comes to mind. Or if that doesn’t work, snack ideas for my construction-minded husband would work also. Your up-beat attitude comes across in your blog making it an easy and enjoyable read.

  13. Valerie B. says

    I have a friend I would love to give a copy of this book to. It’s my all-time favorite foodie book! I really enjoy following you! Thanks for all you do!

  14. Amy G says

    I love reading your blog and your recipes. I also have a large paleo family (5 boys, 2 of whom eat more than my husband and I, and they’re only 9 and 11!). I would love to read more about how you feed your kids and how you budget (both time for cooking for everybody and financially).

  15. says

    Would love your ideas on clean eats on the go! We recently had a vacation with a lot of day hikes and packed lunches, and I got bored with hard boiled eggs and nuts :)

  16. Christie says

    First let me say that I love you blog! It is very inspiring that you have so much going on in your life and find the time to feed your family so well. I have two little ones myself, so I’m always looking for fast, kid friendly, REAL food recipes! Keep up the wonderful work!!

  17. Teresa W says

    Great blog!! My family is dealing with food sensitivities and allergies, so I’m on a mission to feed my family real food!! Thank you for providing a valuable resource!!

  18. Monique C. M. says

    I would love recipes that don’t involve almond flour, or any other tree nut. Some of us are allergic. Plus, that stuff is expensive!
    BTW, you should call yourself WonderWoman. All the work you do with the kids, the food, the blog…. it’s so impressive!

    • says

      Ha! Thanks, Monique! I will try to throw in some more non-almond flour recipes sometimes…I get mine in bulk from Honeyville, and they usually send coupons. Last time I got mine for about $3.50/pound. I know a lot of people are allergic, but for our family, it has been wonderful, and I’m used to baking with it now. I guess I need to get more adventurous! lol

  19. Mike F says

    I would love to see more varieties of simple recipes that combine nuts into “power bars”! These are such easy snacks.

  20. Cassie says

    Love the variety of recipes as they are…keep them coming!!! I would like to see some pumpkin heavy recipes that aren’t nut flour based. I have yet to have success using coconut flour and pumpkin.

  21. Nicole says

    I love your site, you always post such tasty stuff :) I would love to see more soup recipes! Really enjoy your cross fit as well

  22. Devorah says

    I love reading through your posts! I have gotten some great ideas from what you make (although I frequently modify the recipes to fit our specific needs). I’d love some more ideas for lunches that my husband could take to work.

  23. sheila miller says

    Stumbled on your site and immediately realized I had been hearing alot about Paleo diet from friends recently. Gonna take note of lots of this now! The coconut/banana bites will be breakfast tomorrow….dang I had banana bread today!

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