This past weekend, I received the first copy of my new cookbook, The Paleo Foodie. It was unbelievable flipping through my cookbook for the first time and seeing all the work in the kitchen and behind the computer screen come to fruition. I am so excited to share each of these recipes with you!
My friend Natalie of Honey, Ghee, & Me, came over and we made a silly little video, so you could take a sneak peek into my book too!
I am thrilled to share this book with you. I worked so hard to make sure that every recipe was balanced perfectly, delicious and not too complicated to make. I wanted to make a book of gourmet recipes that would excite your inner food lover, regardless of if you follow a Paleo diet or not. But, hopefully you do!
I recently hosted a dinner party, using recipes from this book. My non-Paleo friends said they felt like like they were dining at the Four Seasons. It was the highest compliment that my recipes have ever received!
If you want to see some more photos and see what other Paleo foodies are saying about my new book, check out this post.
Some exciting news! Bay area peeps… be on the lookout for details on a little launch party in Santa Cruz this Spring!
If you plan on purchasing my book, it would be beyond AWESOME, if you could pre-order it. Pre-orders play a big role in the distribution and the overall success of the book. I would appreciate your support so much.
You can pre-order The Paleo Foodie Cookbook HERE. Thank you, thank you, thank you for all your support!
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