Happy Friday! Phew, another paleo week for the books — and if you follow along on social, I shared a major milestone this week, too. I’m officially back down to my pre-pregnancy weight. Insert happy dance here!! It feels good to be making healthy, clean choices and seeing the results. And on that note, I wanted to share an easy homemade paleo pasta sauce recipe that I’ve been making lately. We regularly have some version of sausage and peppers on the menu during the week — and this sauce recipe has changed the game for me. I’ve doctored with the recipe a bit to be super paleo friendly, and it’s not only super simple but SERIOUSLY SO GOOD.
We love Brazilian steakhouses. All you can eat meat, wonderful wine selections, crafted cocktails and a salad bar with all of my favorite pickled items and cheeses. In fact, we have celebrated New Year’s Eve and even our first wedding anniversary at Brazilian steakhouses. Yet when you’re trying to maintain a healthy diet, these indulgent meals are simply out of the question… but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring a little bit of this South American cuisine into your kitchen!
If I had things my way, I’d eat brunch for every meal. Whether it’s eggs benedict, a bagel smothered in cream cheese with nova lox, fried chicken and waffles (with hot syrup), loaded omelets, crispy bacon or a simple everything bagel with sliced tomatoes, I delight in the flavors of brunch. What’s not to love?