What’s for Tea?

Busy work day today and I am also pondering our forthcoming move across town. Amongst all that I am considering what we can cook for tea. There is a ham joint in the fridge and I think that will taste good roasted and smothered in ghee. There is cauliflower to puree with a little garlic and olive oil. This tastes so good as the weather begins to change: a light dusting of nutmeg will give the puree a subtle autumnal flavour. This will be delicious with a tray of roasted vegetables: some sweet potato, some squash for the colour, some red pepper and some green pepper and some carrots with red onion. Roasting them in coconut lifts the flavour and crisps the vegetables and that’s tea done….

Roasted ham and veg

Mmmmmm...need I say more!

What are you having tonight for your paleo tea? Share some of your paleo recipes with us – we’d love to hear from you.

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Paleo Works Have you ever wondered how you arrived at “being overweight” and thought how difficult it is to get rid of and keep off those excess pounds? Hi, I’m Katie and together with Mike my husband, we are Paleo Works. As a busy working mum of four, I often watched others embark on weight loss progammes only to return to their start weight (and then some) shortly after reaching their target. Why was this happening? Conventional dietary wisdom would have us believe that it’s YOU who has failed. But Mike and I thought different. We felt that there had to be something wrong with that conventional dietary wisdom after all we can’t all be hopeless? So we studied intensely, sought out advice and read avidly. We questioned robustly and talked with many on various 'dieting' regimes. What we found was radical, our story has to be told, our knowledge has to be shared. So If you are ready to stop blaming your self for being overweight and ready to change your approach to weight loss then contact us and let’s get started!

Posted on August 31, 2011, in The Paleo Experience and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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