Archive for February 2012

Sweet Potato Pecan Pie

Feb 26th, 2012 | By | Category: baking and desserts, blog, cook something

Chef Ernie Beasley at Le Cordon Bleu makes this pie developed by Paul Prudhomme when his wife is being nice to him. He replaces the original pie crust recipe with a common 3-2-1 pie crust, and sometimes adds a chocolate bottom.



Fredericksburg Peach Blackberry Pie

Feb 26th, 2012 | By | Category: baking and desserts, blog, cook something

Tiffany Harelik of Trailer Food Diaries submitted Jaynie Buckingham’s Fredericksburg Peach Blackberry Pie for the Field and Feast Pie month.



Caveman Cheesecake

Feb 25th, 2012 | By | Category: baking and desserts, blog, cook something

Even cavemen like dessert. The Paleolithic way of eating incorporates pastured meats and organic fruits and vegetables. A less strict version of the eating plan is called “primal” and allows for cheese, and in turn–cheesecake!



Ancestral Momentum – Theory to Practice

Feb 25th, 2012 | By | Category: show tips, the show

PaleoFX Austin Partners in conjunction with the Ancestral Health Society present Ancestral Momentum – Theory to Practice Symposium. March 14-17, 2012 at the Stark Center for Physical Culture and Sports on the University of Texas at Austin Campus.



Culinary Cavewomen

Feb 25th, 2012 | By | Category: guest bio, the show

Kim Semenov discovered the paleo lifestyle at her Houston, Texas CrossFit affiliate at a time when she needed something to bring her “back to life.”



Eat Like a Caveman (podcast)

Feb 25th, 2012 | By | Category: Featured Articles, podcast, the show

Worldwide a growing number of people are embracing what’s called the Paleo or Caveman Diet, which promotes eating the way early humans did as a means of achieving vibrant health. Adopting the Paleo lifestyle doesn’t mean donning loincloths and hunting bear in the woods. What it does mean is eating a clean diet, and then some.



Vegetable Pie

Feb 17th, 2012 | By | Category: blog, cook something, vegetables and pasta

Once a week I go through my refrigerator and assess what produce is still waiting for my attention. This time of year, I usually find enough winter vegetables and greens to make a great soup, or vegetable pie.



Bud’s Chocolate Chip Pie

Feb 12th, 2012 | By | Category: baking and desserts, cook something

If you love chocolate chip cookies and pie, then the recipe below generously provided by Bud “The Pieman” Royer, will satisfy your craving.



Coconut Cream Pie

Feb 12th, 2012 | By | Category: baking and desserts, cook something

Chef Pamela Nevarez-Fisher adapted this recipe from an old Fannie Farmer Cookbook. She says she’s put her own touches to it, and adds that because she’s “terrible at pie crust, your listeners and readers should use their favorite basic pie crust.”



Café Sugar for Your Tea (podcast)

Feb 11th, 2012 | By | Category: Featured Articles, podcast, the show

For us in the US, sugar cubes haven’t changed much: they remain squares of compressed white sucrose crystals that…if we’re telling the truth…don’t fully dissolve in hot or cold liquids. Now we have a game changer. Elayne Crain of Austin Sugarworks turns humble sugar granules into works of functional art.

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