I completed week 2 of Autoimmune Paleo Diet (AIP).  YEAH! Below are some of the things that were on the menu.


-I made this seafood chowder and it was a huge hit in our home. I did not have any rutabaga on hand so I just used more white sweet potatoes.  I strongly recommend giving this chowder a try.

Salmon patties, topped with  avocado, grilled onions and some left over chayote from last week.

Beef cabbage rolls.  

-Fish tacos .  I used lettuce as the shell and of courseI had some sliced avocado with it. 

-Chicken nuggets.  

-Turkey burgers.  Nothing fancy here folks, just seasoned some ground turkey with salt and black pepper with dried herb.  I formed the mixture into patties and cooked on my cast iron griddle.

-Shrimp lightly breaded with seasoned tigernut flour and cooked in a little bit of olive oil.  This was soooooooo good!

-I made  a big pot of chicken broth.  I froze some in mason jars and had a cup each day.



-Sautéed kale and onions

-Salad  with romaine lettuce and shredded carrots

-Kale salad

-Sweet potatoes

-Sautéed spinach



-Plantain chips

-tigernut flour mugcake I recommend mixing the gelatin in with the water and coconut oil first before adding the rest of the ingredients.  This prevents the gelatin from clumping together.

Anika Jones

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Anika Jones

Hello there! I am Anika and I am definitely one of those. Passion oozes from every fiber of my being. I love to love. Sounds cheesy, I know, but I already told you that I am one of those kinds of people. Read on to find out some more interesting facts about me… 1. I love me some Jesus. I love to testify and if you hang around me long enough you may hear me bragging on the awesomeness of God, like how • He gave me a house I couldn't afford • Healed two of my children • Gave me a yes when I wanted to say no 2. I married a younger man…OK, not really. I was 23 while he was 22. My birthday is in April and his in August, but it’s our running joke. Nevertheless, after 13 years of marriage, I happen to love him deeply, and it still makes for a great story. 3. I have experienced the pain of two miscarriages and the joy of delivering 6 children (3 boys and 3 girls). I have both a bachelors and masters degree from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in Early Childhood Education, which I put to good use staying home with the kiddos. 4. I attend an awesome church where my husband is the Assistant Pastor. I am also a part of a not for profit organization that encourages women to walk in their God given purpose. 5. I am addicted to prayer. 6. I am considered nice by most, definitely extreme by design. I am politically incorrect. 7. I take the scenic route when telling a story, but I promise if you hang on long enough, I eventually get to the punch line. 8. I have great ideas but I sometimes procrastinate. Jesus and I are working on that one. 9. I am guilty of overthinking things (refer to number 8). 10. I am originally from Jamaica. Surprise…sunshine and coconuts are two of my favorite things. 11. I subscribe to the Paleo Diet and actually did a round of Whole 30. 12. I love to experiment in the kitchen. 13. I make an absolute mess when I cook. I try to clean as I go but get distracted with cooking. Go figure. (My family doesn't always enjoy my cooking but I make them eat it anyway.) 14. I love people and enjoy talking to them—even the weird ones. I tried being otherwise but found it doesn't suit me well, so I'm learning to be okay with being me. 15. I have traction alopecia and wear wigs and am crazy enough to believe God for restoring my hair follicles even though the doctors have said otherwise. 16. A movie is considered good only if it makes me cry...more than once. Sound of Music happens to be my all time favorite. 17. I really wish I sang well. I really don't. 18. Telling people about Jesus is my favorite past time. And if I'm not talking about Him, I'm talking about my family or some random health fact I learned on Google. 19. I love redemption stories and happy endings, that’s why I said yes to Jesus. Feel like you know me a little more? Well good! Please continue to stop by my little corner of cyber world. And do leave a comment. Remember I love to talk to people!

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D Robinson

Thank you so much for your post Lady Anika! Your recipes are a blessing and I can’t wait to try them 🙂

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