Roast Banana Pudding


Roast banana pudding, the perfect paleo dessert!

1 banana split open like a hot dog bun (don’t cut through the skin underneath!) walnuts, dried fig, cinnamon, honey, coconut oil or butter. In a preheated oven on 180C until its golden and mushy, which takes about 10 minutes.

I would also like to try this with some 80% dark chocolate!


The perfect boiled egg


I love eggs! I eat them daily; boiled, scrambled, or fried. As an omelet, or quiches.

Royce makes the perfect boiled eggs (he’s a trained chef so he has no excuse!) and I love to pack some just in case I get hungry so I have a guilt free protein hit at my disposal.

My perfect egg is fully cooked through, except for the very middle of the yoke, that has to be a bit gooey!

Roast pork and veg


In doing the Paleo challenge I have come to roast just about everything.

Its so easy; preheat oven when you get home and put veggies and meat on trays with olive oil, salt and pepper. Put trays in oven when you leave to train and when you get back from the box dinners ready!

This particular batch is sweet potato, pumpkin, field mushrooms and whole red capsicum with a rolled pork shoulder.

mmmmmm 🙂

Paleo – Lebanese style!


We found an amazing Lebanese restaurant near our house and had to try it out! This was a life saver during the Paleo challenge, having to cook everything was getting really old!

What your looking at is meat skewers (nothing non paleo in them, I checked) chicken, lamb and lamb mince with tabbouleh, no cous cous, and babaganoosh (eggplant, olive oil, lemon, salt, pepper and garlic)

Royce and I polished that bastard off like we’d not eaten in weeks…FUCKING YUM!!! 😀

Duck and Soba noodle salad


This obviously isn’t Paleo, this is something I made a while back and it was sooooo good!

Roasted duck, snow peas, asparagus, coriander, soba noodles and a soy, fish sauce, garlic and lime dressing…YUM