You might have already seen the web site, but did you know there’s also a Nom Nom Paleo book? Now you do! Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans is basically a hardcover version of the web site, complete with many of the amazing recipes in printed format. Plus there are cartoons! The cartoons are pretty awesome. It’s a visually stunning book, but you’ll want it because the recipes are just so good.
If you haven’t tried the Cracklin’ Chicken from Michelle Tam’s Nom Nom Paleo, then you have not lived. Seriously. It’s that good. Nom Nom paleo has tons of recipes, witty banter, Whole30 meals, and my current favorite: packed lunches (for kids and adults). Plus they have an app and a book, so lots of great ways to get some very good paleo recipes and other info.
Melissa Joulwan’s web site is amazing. She has a massive collection of paleo recipes, many of which she included in her cookbooks: Well Fed and Well Fed 2. After cooking her Stovetop Pork Carnitas a couple of times, I was hooked, and now her site is one of my go-to places to find new recipes to try. And now I’m feeling hungry, just thinking about those carnitas! Go to her site. You won’t be disappointed.
Practical Paleo is divided into three sections: The Why, Meal Plans, and Recipes. In “The Why” section, Diane Sanfilippo explains the basics of paleo, and why it’s good for you. The Meal Plans include 30-day menus for everyone. Have an autoimmune condition or digestive issues? There’s a meal plan for you! The third part includes all of the recipes that are included in the meal plans. The book is a fabulous resource, and one I always recommend to anybody that is just getting started with paleo.