- Food & Booze
CBF Paleo cookbook giveaway
- 09 Mar 2015
Want to eat better but can’t find the time, the energy or the willpower to skip Indian take away and head for the kitchen instead? We’ve found you an answer. CBF Paleo is a cookbook for people who really want to eat well but just, well, can’t be f**ked. It’s designed for mums, dads, bachelors, bachelorettes, masterchefs and disasterchefs with recipes that are 5 ingredients or less and take little time, but have maximum taste and pack a nutrient punch. The book is a new project from the genius (and total babe) behind My Food Religion, Shan Cooper, who wanted to be able to nourish her growing family with as little effort and time as possible. With a newborn baby in tow, by the time it was time to cook dinner, even Shan often CBF. The problem is, as she describes so well, her inner foodie needed meals with flavour but her inner hippy needed nutritional bang for her buck, hence the book was created. If an easy peasy way to be healthy sounds like what you need, all you have to do to win an ebook version of CBF Paleo is head to our Facebook page, like us and then share the competition post at the top of the page! It’s as easy as…CBF Paleo! Of course, if you aren’t feeling particularly lucky, you can purchase the ebook for a measly $9 here. That’s the price of two cups of coffee for a whole lot of foodie fab! Soft cover cookbooks are also available for all you traditional cookbook lovers. To give you a taste of what you could win, we’ve got a recipe from the book to share. And trust us when we say it’s worth a try – we’ve eaten it three times this week! Not Dogs | Serves 2 What’s in it?
- 2 smallish sweet potatoes
- 2 sausages (preferably gluten-free and free-range, any meat, or even vegetarian!)
- 1 large red onion (or fennel bulb), sliced thinly
- 1 tbs honey
- Coconut oil/butter/ghee
- Preheat your over to 180C. Pop the whole sweet potatoes on a baking paper lined tray and drizzle with oil of choice. Bake in the oven for 45-60 mins or until soft to touch.
- In a frypan, heat about a tbs of oil, butter or ghee and add the onion or fennel (or both) and sauté until the onion is translucent and soft. Add the honey and cook until caramelized. Put in a bowl and set aside.
- In the same frypan (ain’t nobody got time for washing multiple frypans), cook your sausages.
- Once everything is done, cut the sweet potato lengthways, pop the sausage in, top with the fennel or onion and dig in. Add homemade tomato sauce if you’re feeling motivated.