Camille’s Paleo Kitchen Episode 7 | Local & Seasonal Eating with Pete Servold



What’s all this talk about about farmers markets, eating local, and finding food in season, anyway?

You may have heard that getting your food locally is good for the community, good for the planet and good for your health, but may have questions like:
“What do I do with this random CSA box? What does CSA even mean? How do I prepare all of the strange new foods I’m seeing at the farmers market? And most importantly, how do I turn it into something my family will eat?”

Peter Servold of Pete’s Paleo and I will be answering these and more on today’s episode after a lovely trip to Suzie’s Farm in San Diego.

We will be cooking up 3 recipes from Pete’s amazing cookbook, “Paleo by Season”: Blood Orange Glazed Scallops, Artichoke, Shitaki & Roasted Garlic Salad w/ a TX Bar Organic Steak and a Creamy Roasted Carrot Soup with Carrot Top Pistou. Yum, yum gimme some!

Stay tuned to the end of today’s episode, where you’ll discover how to win a gift certificate to Pete’s Paleo for delicious paleo meals delivered straight to your door and a copy of his cookbook, so you can eat seasonal meals every night of the week in style.

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4 Replies to “Camille’s Paleo Kitchen Episode 7 | Local & Seasonal Eating with Pete Servold”

  1. KathyCanuel

    SO awesome! I'm always so surprised, too, at just how inexpensive it is to eat fresh and local. We save so much money on organic produce at the farmer's market over organic produce in stores.

  2. Jane Allen

    You and Pete rocked that one out of the ball park! Looks yummilicious!!! Can't wait to try something new and innovative! Love love love your show. Y ou are inspiring to me so very much. Thank ya'll. Pete you are awesome as well. I can hardly wait for good veggies! Have heard about CSA boxes not sure how to find them out around here for Community Supported Agriculture! That's cool! Thanks for sharing! AWESOMENESS Pete! Never had Meals Ready Made without perservatives!

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