I’m so excited to announce the launch of the new and improved Paleo Table. We’ve moved my blog to WordPress, which enables us to make several improvements. I’ve outlined the changes below and I look forward to sharing the tasty new recipes that I’ve stored up while we were in the redesign process.
Please spend a few minutes checking out these new features:
- The overall look and feel is updated and easier to navigate.
- Recipe enhancements include:
- Within a recipe, you can check off ingredients as you use them. I have been testing out this feature for a couple of weeks and I love it—especially when making a recipe with several ingredients. It seems as if I am constantly interrupted when I cook. By checking of ingredients as I go, I am sure not to lose my place.
- New recipe categories make recipes easier to find. For example, I’ve added a Building Blocks categories for foundational recipes. In addition, I’ve added categories for Burgers (one of my favorites), Crock Pot, Mexican, and Sausage. Seafood is now broken into Fish and Shrimp, and Salads into Main and Side. I hope this reorganization will make your life easier.
- Preparation and cook times are listed, as well as level of difficulty.
- Recipes and Meal Plans are immediately updated on their respective tabs after I write the main post. No more waiting for them to be indexed and no more oversights on my part.
- Wondering what you can do with the foods in your pantry or freezer? With Paleo Table’s new Meal Finder, just enter your ingredients and find the recipes that match. You can also use the Meal Finder to identify the food with allergens such as nuts, eggs, and shellfish.
- I’ve updated the Resources tab to include links to my favorite books, cookbooks, videos, web sites, blogs, and retailers. This is especially helpful to those new to paleo. I will continue to add resources as I come across them.
- The Tips tab includes a variety of important tips in a clickable content list. I’ve also included a meat temperature chart. I refer to it all the time, so I though you might like it, too.
- The CrossFit tab include a brief history of my entry into the world of paleo and CrossFit as well as a list of my favorite CrossFit boxes, and my favorite Glassman quote describing fitness.
So there you have it! Again, I hope you enjoy these changes and I look forward to providing you with more great recipes and meal plans. I would love your feedback and look forward to hearing from you!
If you notice a couple of kinks, please bear with us as we work through all of the post-transition tasks. Most notably, I am working diligently on converting all of the recipes and meal plans to this new format. In the meantime, you can access all of my previously posted recipes at paleotable.blogspot.com. Sorry for the inconvenience!
And before signing off today, I want to thank my nephew Alex, WordPress visionary and techie extraordinaire; my husband David, who helped Alex with the behind-the-scenes stuff (and who pays for the hosting costs); and my brother Brad, Paleo Table’s awesome logo designer. I appreciate each of you selflessly giving your time and talents to bring my new site to life.