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Paleo Ranch Dressing

My kids insist on dousing their vegetables in a creamy dip, so I always try to include a little container filled with their favorite dipping sauce: Paleo Ranch Dressing!  This recipe was originally published in our cookbook, but I’m going to share it with you guys...

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Brussels Sprouts Breakfast Hash…for Dinner

But can we talk about something? The brussels. Oh the brussels. I’m a little weepy because it was exactly two years ago that I tried them for the first time (well, for the first time prepared correctly, not like, only steamed with salt and pepper and thus inducing...

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Roasted Butternut Squash Soup (Best Paleo Soup Ever!)

As the weather turns colder, I always think about making soup. Perhaps it’s because I start craving warm, hearty foods and seem to have a larger appetite. I like to make soup in large batches because it doesn’t take that much extra time, and I can freeze any leftovers...

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Savory Cottage Pie

For centuries, savory cottage pie and shepherd’s pie have been enjoyed  as simple and frugal, yet flavorful and hearty comfort food that fills the belly, while warming the heart. Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil 1 cup sliced fresh carrots 2/3 cup finely chopped sweet...

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Easy Penang Curry Chicken + Noodle Bowls

Penang (also called Panang) curry is a mild, nutty curry which is basically madeup of a Thai red curry with the addition of Peanut Butter. To make my Penang Whole30/Paleo approved, full of flavor, but also easy to whip up I took some short cuts. But rest assured, its...

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Paleo Energy Bites (nut free)

Nutrient rich seeds, coconut flakes, and dates make up the base of this delicious paleo energy bite, and the dried cranberries and chocolate just bring it to the next level! Ingredients 20 Medjool dates softened (I usually steam them in a colander over a pot of water)...

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EatLoco Wins Loudoun Destination Business of the Year!!!

EatLoco proudly named the WINNER of last nights 2018 Loudoun Destination Business of the Year! A crowd of over 500 at the National Conference Center erupted from their seats as EatLoco was named WINNER of this prestigious award! Dan Hine, Founder and CEO,...

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 “I love how the EatLoCo site has created such an outstanding resource for consumers and visitors to Loudoun County. The great tips and resources they provide on how to eat healthier along with information on local farm stands to buy locally grown fruits, vegetables and other products, can help us all live a healthier lifestyle.”

Tony Howard President & CEO Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce

I started eating clean about three months ago to try to help my chronic migraines so I am new to the organic scene. I was searching for local farmer’s markets and farms but I did not have much luck. I discovered EatLoCo after a friend suggested your website. I was so excited when I checked out EatLoCo and found so much information in one place. Your website is now part of my migraine tool kit. I have gone from 20 migraines a month to only 3 a month! Thanks EatLoCo for helping me down the clean path to relief.

Kristin P., South Riding, VA

“I love Farmer’s Markets! It is a wonderful, relaxing and educational start to my day on Saturdays and I really look forward to it. I love supporting the local farmers and reaping the rewards of what is ‘in season’ and fresh from nature. We are blessed in Loudoun County to have a number of venues to choose from. My husband and I moved to Belmont Country Club 8 years ago from Reston. We knew with summer approaching that it would be inconvenient to drive to Reston every Saturday… and quickly started enjoying the Leesburg Farmers Market and others. I heard about the winter EatLoco Market and found it didn’t compare to my experience in Leesburg, so didn’t frequent it much in its early stages. Imagine my surprise and delight when I wandered over to EatLoco One Loudoun two weeks ago. Dan Hine has built an amazing venue… a true ‘Market Place’. There are a few farmers – enough to make it interesting and cover all my vegetable/fruit needs – but not so many causing confusion and competition. In addition to the farmers, there were a number of chefs with meals you can sample and buy frozen, with true organic, gourmet, delicious offerings. Next are various jams/jellies/savories and pastries – as well as clothing, jewelry and craft vendors… all equally interesting as well as economically priced. Lastly, there was even a new firm that specializes in a unique service that helps improve Osteo health! I have found my new favorite market… what a great way to start the weekend. I encourage everyone to try this phenomenal venue and to ‘EatLoco’!”

Donna Martin, Ashburn, VA
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