I flipped through the book and chose two recipes to make: the raw cauliflower tabbula on page 50, and his meatballs that are on page 147.
And everyone (well, unless you are vegetarian or vegan, I suppose) loves meatballs. They were very very good as well. I can totally see myself incorporating his paleo recipes into everyday cooking--and I definitely see myself using this book for holiday paleo cooking as well. All the recipes are very well explained, there are pictures of everything and I didn't feel like it was over my head, although I would call most of his meals gourmet, and not every day food.
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