Legend has it that in 1000 BC the Queen of Sheba visited King Solomon in Jerusalem to offer him “120 measures of gold, many spices, and precious stones.” A handful of cardamom was worth as much as a poor man’s yearly wages, and many slaves were bought and sold for a few cups of peppercorns.
Hungarian goulash is a national staple in Hungary. Its bright red, hearty, and tantalizing broth is perfect for a year-round beef stew and is paleo to boot. Wandering around Budapest, you can find it served at almost any cafe or restaurant, for lunch or dinner. Local paprika is sold either sweet or spicy and is used in many Hungarian dishes. Read More
A common question among new Paleo participants is whether or not spices fall into the “allowed” category. Thankfully, spices can be an easy option while navigating the minefield of restricted items, as they are 100% paleo. Read More
When we think of $500, it may not seem like much to contribute to a home improvement project. Nevertheless, when it comes to remodeling a kitchen, this modest amount may allow you to make several impactful changes. Kitchen remodels can be quite expensive, but by employing cost-cutting measures and finding changes that you can make yourself can save a remarkable amount of money. Additionally, a kitchen remodel can increase the overall value of your home. Read More