Paleo goes slow in this cookbook inspired by global cuisine.
In The Big Book of Paleo Slow Cooking, well-respected and widely read paleo blogger Natalie Perry focuses mostly on main courses for dinner, but there are breakfast, lunch, snack, and sweets/desserts ideas as well. The more than 200 recipes in the book include appetizers and snacks, soups and chilis, poultry, beef, pork and lamb, fish and seafood, vegetable sides, desserts, and pantry basics. The recipes are creative and new incorporating global flavors with roots in Asian, Latin, and Middle Eastern cuisines. Most of these recipes have never before appeared in print.
Natalie Perry is the cook, writer, and photographer of the gluten-free and paleo blog Perry's Plate, which she founded in 2008. The blog has been named by Babble.com in three consecutive years to its list of Top 100 Mom Food Blogs. Perry also has been and remains a regular contributor to Ree Drummond's (Pioneer Woman's) websites, first at the Tasty Kitchen Blog and now at Pioneer Woman: Food & Friends. Her work has been featured online at Bon Appetit, Glamour, HuffPost Food, LDS Living, Gourmet Live, and The Kitchn (Apartment Therapy), and in print in Clean Eating magazine. She lives with her husband and three daughters in the Reno, NV/Lake Tahoe, CA area.