Guys, your favorite Paleo book is updated and expanded.

Remember the INCREDIBLE Practical Paleo?

It was Diane Sanfilippo of Balanced Bites’ seminal work, combining the brilliance of her recipe making with her intelligence and skill in meal planning.

Practical Paleo contained hundreds of recipes and several 30 day meal plans to help you make the transition to paleo easy, simple and delicious.

Well, Diane has updated Practical Paleo with tons of new recipes and information in a fabulous 2nd edition!  Yay!

I’ll tell you more about it in a minute, but first, you’ve got to try one of the NEW recipes from the book.

It’s an AMAZING, egg-free breakfast option and it’s already a favorite of mine!

Practical Paleo Home Fries and Sausage Skillet


1 lb. ground pork (find out how I like to buy grass fed meat here)

1 tbs. Italian blend spices (I like this one)

2 cups chopped kale

1 tbs. ghee, bacon fat, or butter (find my favorite ghee here, or I like this butter)

2 large Yukon gold potatoes, par-boiled and diced

2 tbs diner blend spices (Spice blend includes 2 tbs. dried oregano, 2 tbs. paprika, 1.5 tbs. onion powder, 1.5 tbs. garlic powder, 1.5 tsp. sea salt like Redmond’s Real Salt, 1.5 tsp black pepper and 1 tsp. dried rosemary)

For garnish (optional)

Red pepper flakes (like these)

Coarse sea salt (I like this brand)

Chopped fresh chives


Heat a large skillet over medium heat.  Add the pork, season with the Italian Blend and stir to incorporate.  Cook the meat for 5 minutes, stirring to break it up with a spatula as it cooks then add the kale.  Continue cooking for another 5 to 7 minutes until the kale begins to wilt and the meat is cooked through.  Remove the pork and kale from the skilled and set aside.

Melt the ghee in the skillet, still over medium heat, then add the potatoes and Diner Blend, gently stirring to coat the potatoes with the fat and spices.  Spread the potatoes into an even layer and cook for 2 to 4 minutes, until they start to brown.  Stir midway through cooking so they don’t stick.  If they do start to stick, add a little more ghee to the pan.

Return the meat and kale to the pan, then garnish with red pepper flakes, coarse sea salt, and chives, if desired.

So what’s so great about the new Practical Paleo?

Well first, the thing is 480 pages long with 2 BRAND NEW chapters that cover the big hot topics that have come up since the first edition came out.

Most importantly for YOU is that there are now chapters on Adrenal Health/Stress Management, Healthy Hormones, and Liver Detox Support!

Those are 3 very important fertility related topics!

There are new photos, a hard cover, and even new labels to help you find which recipes fit with designations like Quick & Easy, 21 DSD-friendly, Freezer Family, Great for Parties, and more.

This book just came out so it’s in HUGE demand!  You can find it on Amazon here.  

It’s almost like a totally new book with all the new information and it still makes Paleo easy and practical.

You can simply and conveniently dial down on issues in your health that are important to you.

AND it makes an AWESOME gift for your friends who have always thought of going paleo but never had the courage. 

Find Practical Paleo Updated & Revised Edition here

Some links above may be my affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you click on it and make a purchase. Doing so is no additional cost to you, but helps our team tremendously.