Day of Discovery

Over on the Facebook page, Stacy spent the day sharing other bloggers for you to discover. As we realize that not everyone is on Facebook, we figured some of you might appreciate a little recap by me.

Day of discovery #1: The Mango Duck. I first discovered Mango Duck when Stacy texted me a link to a recipe and insisted we needed to make it RIGHT AWAY! All of the recipes on the blog we’ve tried are truly fantastic and we give it our highest recommendation.

Day of discovery #2: ANTHROfit. Ian is a member of our meetup group (when the 49ers aren’t playing) and we got to meet his family, all great. He’s a registered nurse and so his posts have the actual authority of someone who knows what he’s talking about. Imagine that!

Day of discovery #3: Multiply Delicious. Stacy just discovered her ADORABLE site. She’s got a big catalog of delicious looking paleo recipes we can’t wait to try! Go check out her “paleo recipes” icon.

Day of discover #4: Lillian’s Test Kitchen. We LOVE to watch her videos and then cook the recipes (usually Paleo or easily adaptable) ourselves. Lillian was one of our very first inspirations!

Day of discovery #5: You ever find yourself with ingredients on hand and no ideas what to do with them? Well that’s where chowstalker.com and it’s sister, Dessertstalker.com come in. We’ve submitted many of our recipes over there and so have so many other paleo and primal bloggers. The food there looks delicious, and lives up to its photo when you actually make it!

Day of discovery #6: My Paleo Life. Brock has his own inspirational story worth reading, and his meaty recipes aren’t too shabby either. Check out his site and visit his Spreadshirt shop as well – Stacy wears her Wolfpack shirt all the time!

Day of discovery #7: The Clothes Make The Girl. You probably already follow Melissa, but it’s worth sharing since her fantastic paleo Whole9 approved cook book Well Fed just came out. You can download a free 30 page mini-version from her site or preview it on Amazon!

Day of discovery #8: Daily Bites. As a graduate of the same school as Balanced Bites, this clever little fox is usually up to some good stuff. Today’s Cranberry & Cream Chocolate Tart looks great but the Turkey & Winter Vegetable Chili is calling my name, too. Go check the (usually paleo) Hallie out!

Day of discovery #9: Primal Kitchen. This “Family Grokumentary” has the largest collection of paleo lunch boxes I’ve ever seen. Tremendous stuff! If you need inspiration, you need look no further!

Day of Discovery #10: The Fit Daffy. If you love Nom Nom Paleo and FitBomb, then you’ll love their cousin as much as me – Daf. I’ve been thoroughly enjoying reading about her journey with her “kettlebell” pregnancy – and her food inspires me to try new things.

We hope this trek through the paleo blogosphere helped you discover some new inspirations! If you think we missed someone, feel free to leave a comment recommending your own favorite blogger!

Also, we’re in a contest over on robbwolf.com! Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to go here and pick your favorites out of 130 submitted recipes. Pay special attention to THE Bacon Chicken, Apple Bacon Stuffed Pork Chops, Beef Bacon and Sweet Potato Brunch Casserole, Mini Egg Pizzas, Monkey Bread, Pumpkin Bread Pudding, Snickerdoodle Whoopie Pies, and Pumpkin Pucks. Make any of the recipes if you’d like. Then, on Monday, VOTE! We’d really love your support.

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  • Thanks for the shout out, good people. Hugs from Austin!

    • We’re using your book to cook from this weekend (Matt needed to go to the store) – the boys are so excited for breakfast for dinner – Finian’s an avocado junkie so I’ll give you one guess what we’re having 😉

  • brianne grogan

    Thanks for the blog suggestions, and good luck in the cooking contest! (I’m in it too) The recipes all look AMAZING!

    • Brianne, I don’t know how anyone will be able to vote – they look fantastic and there are so many to choose from! I have a sneaking suspicion “bacon” will win as a dessert 😉

  • I also love Elena pantry.She is not always 10% paleo but most of her recipes are easily adaptable and gluten free.
    Yummy, yummy stuff!

    • Suzanne, we love her too! She actually wrote the foreword to our book and has been our “idol” since we started this journey. We tried to point out some off the beaten path blogs with this post, but thanks for bringing up http://www.elanaspantry.com too!

  • Diane

    WOW, thanks for all of these great links, I’m particularly excited about Multiply Delicious (paleo AND crafts, my kind of gal lol!)

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