Before I get into today’s recipe, I want to share something really exciting with you. Sarah Ballantyne, The Paleo Mom, has created a pilot episode of Paleo Bites, an all paleo TV show. Today, she is sending that pilot episode to different networks, for their approval. Paleo Bites would be an amazing benefit to all of us in the paleo community, including those of us on the AIP. I urge all of you to go here, and help to get Paleo Bites on air. Thanks.
Well, I did it! Last week I celebrated my one year AIP anniversary. To be more specific, I actually have been following The Paleo Approach for one year!
This year has certainly had it’s up and downs. But, I have also learned so much. I have had so much fun learning how to recreate my favorite dishes to fit into the Autoimmune Protocol. Sharing those dishes with all of you has been an important part of my healing journey. This entire AIP community has been a beautiful inspiration. You are why I work tirelessly in my kitchen to provide tasty AIP compliant recipes. I would simply like to thank all of you for your encouragement of my writing and recipes. It takes a lot out of a person to allow themselves to be vulnerable in front of an audience. You have all embraced me, within this community, with open hearts and lively spirits. Thank you all!
Okay, so now that I got all sappy with you, I guess I should get to the recipe. This week’s recipe is AIP Mushroom “Risotto” Stuffed Pork Chops. Risotto is one of my favorite dishes. I love every risotto I’ve ever tasted. The creaminess and intense flavors always make my mouth happy. Mix risotto with pork chops and you’ve got yourself a very pleasing dish!
I hope you enjoy my AIP Mushroom “Risotto” Stuffed Pork Chops. It takes a little extra time to prepare and cook them; but, I think you’ll be happy with the result.
As always, I wish you good health…and, good food!
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I grew up eating a lot of greens. We had mustard greens, collard greens, turnip greens…oh, wait, I’m starting to sound like Forrest Gump, talking about shrimp. My point is, we ate greens at many of our meals. One of my favorites, AIP Paleo Turnip Greens with Pork recipe, is adapted from my childhood. My grandmother, Ma, used to cook her turnip greens with little chunks of turnip. The flavor mixture was earthy, with a bite of bitter. She also used either ham hocks or a ham bone, which added a smooth, salty flavor. Each bite was relished. Continue reading “AIP Paleo Turnip Greens with Pork Recipe”