I know you’re all getting ready for the holiday season and that normally means food. Lots and lots of food. And potential to pack on a few pounds that never really go away.
No one wants that, do they?
Keep the menu lean and healthy with one of these holiday recipe ideas put out by some friends of the Slow Carb Foodie.
A fantastic almost freebie from Jason over at Finding My Fitness (and a regular contributor here) has put together an ebook with Thanksgiving tips and tricks for Slow Carb and Paleo eating so you and your family can enjoy a happy and healthy holiday. Since the date is fast approaching, he’s lowered the price to $1 – a steal! Even if you miss it, check it out for the rest of the holiday season. There’s 7 pages on preparing the perfect poultry, 7 scrumptious sides, 6 decadent desserts, 3 delicious drinks! You’ll be set for the rest of 2012.
Looking for a healthy way to stuff your bird?
Check out this recipe for Paleo “rice” stuffing – made with cauliflower. Looks yum!
Need some fresh ideas for what to do with your turkey leftovers?
This looks like a super easy recipe for Turkey and Black Bean Soup (ignore those crackers in the picture!)
Need some post Thanksgiving reading material while you surface from your Turkey coma?
If you were somehow under a rock and haven’t heard, Tim Ferris has just released the Four Hour Chef. I’ve got mine on my Kindle and can’t wait to start reading this weekend. Make sure you order a hardcopy (or the digital version!)
For those of you in the US, I hope you all have a happy and healthy Thanksgiving holiday. I’m on vacation in tropical Northern Queensland, Australia for the week, so no Turkey for me. I’ve been enjoying (a few too many) cocktails, doing some business planning for 2013 and trying to relax by the pool. Next week I’ll be back to Melbourne, and looking forward to finally enjoying some summer weather.