Seafood Fajita Salad (Paleo, Whole30)

Fresh seafood lightly charred with a hint of lime and salt…ah, heaven.  Just thinking about it makes my mouth water!  Seafood Fajita Salad is the perfect summer dinner that you can get on the table in less than 30 minutes. Just fire up the charcoal, gas or wood-fired grill and toss some veggies and your favorite combination of fresh seafood with oil, salt and pepper and viola!

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Paleo Curry Chicken Salad

It is officially summer and temperatures definitely got the memo! It has consistently been above 80 degrees for the past week and the last thing I want to do is be in the kitchen! Once temperatures gets above 90 degrees, it is just too hot to even eat! Well, not really. A girl has got to eat! But I definitely gravitate towards salads and dishes that I don’t need to use an oven or stove to make – like this Paleo Curry Chicken Salad!

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Paleo Watermelon Arugula Salad

Summer and watermelon go hand in hand. So do fresh greens! That makes these two the perfect to pair for salad. Watermelon and arugula, two iconic summer foods, get to together in a hydrating and spicy salad. The peppery arugula helps to offset the sweetness of the watermelon and if you just add some basil and salt and pepper, you have this delicious Paleo Watermelon Arugula Salad!

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Paleo Red White and Blue Potato Salad

Memorial Day is the unofficial official kick-off to summer! And I can hardly wait! Summer is BBQ season and I love me some good BBQ. Not because of the meats, sauce, hot dogs or pie. Nope, my favorite part about BBQs are the sides! I know what you are thinking… If you are Paleo you can’t eat most of the sides. You’re Wrong!  That’s where this Paleo Red White and Blue Potato Salad comes in!

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Chimichurri Steak (Paleo, Gluten Free, Whole30)

Spring means green! All sorts of shades of green, grass green, yellow green, kelly green and forest green (to name a few). And it is a great change from the drab colors of winter. The same is true in the kitchen! Spring means that the plates coming out of my kitchen are once again full of a variety of colorful greens from the fresh herbs and vegetables.

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