So far, many have tried the receipes. Below are some of the said recipes:
The Paleo Comfort Foods’ hot wing sauce,applied to chicken tenderloin cutlets. Perfectly spicy!
Paleo Comfort Foods’ grilled veggies – delicious simplicity.Grilled veggies as we served them. YUM.
Paleo Comfort Foods are usually simple and easy to make. Generally the main key in appreciating the book is that it expands the possibilities for each recipes to cook in different ways..
There are detailed notes on flavor pairings, including possibilities for those of use who “do dairy”, as well.
What Ingredients You’ll Wish Were On Hand
There are a few ingredients that continuously pop up through Paleo Comfort Foods which are (I’m guessing) probably staples in the Mayfields’ pantry. Among them are:
* Coconut flour
* Almond flour
* Celery seed
* Tabasco sauce
* Extra virgin olive oil
* Worchestershire sauce (The Mayfields recommend Lea & Perrins’ reduced sodium sauce)
* Coconut oil
* Coconut milk
* Fresh garlic
By now, my pantry usually has all or most of these, but that wasn’t always the case and may not be for others new to paleo who are cracking open this book.
My recommendation is to figure out which recipes you’d like to try first, and then tackle them one at a time, going slowly with the pantry additions acquisition. I know first-hand from experience (last summer!) how quickly the temptation to stock a paleo-friendly pantry can result in an unexpectedly massive food bill.