Shrimp and Celery Stir Fry with Ginger and Scallions

Shrimp lovers, here’s an easy peasy dish you can try out!  It’s not only easy, but also quite delicious!  It’s Shrimp and Celery Stir Fry!  This dish is actually a pretty common one that my mom makes at home.  The ginger, scallions and cooking wine really adds yummy flavor to this dish, and I love the crunchiness of the celery!

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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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The Ultimate Paleo Salmon Recipes Round Up!

It’s no surprise to me that Salmon is so popular for seafood lovers.  First off, it’s freakin’ tasty.  Second of all, it’s got some super impressive health benefits!  It’s rich in Omega-3 Fatty Acids, high in Vitamin B, and a great source of Potassium just to name a few.  Lots of reason to load up on salmon!  If you’re looking for some delicious Paleo Salmon recipes – you’re in luck!  Here’s 60 delicious ones including salads, appetizers, oven baked, stove top, and more!

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Paleo Baked Fish Tacos

With Cinco de Mayo coming and spring and warm weather starting to get into full swing, it seems like there’s a reason for everyone to celebrate right now. However, it can be hard to get into the spirit of a holiday that heavily features Mexican food when you’re Paleo — it seems like almost everything is a no-no!  Here’s where Paleo Baked Fish Tacos come in!

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Tom Yum Soup with Shrimp (Thai Hot and Sour Soup)

Tom Yum Goong Soup (Thai Hot and Sour Shrimp Soup)… My first taste of hot and sour soup was at a Thai restaurant when I lived in Hawaii. It was late October and I was homesick. I was particularly missing the cold, stormy fall weather that I was used to ushering in soup season (my favorite season!). What I remember most about my first encounter with this delightful soup, was that I hated my first spoonful! I had not had a lot of experience with Thai or Asian cuisine and when I took that first slurp, I was in for

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