Now i'll get straight into it my extent of cooking is meat (bit of fish but im not a massive fan), sweet potatoes, steamed/stir fried veg, salad (that counts right?). Now chuck in these with varied meat/veg and so on and i've got pretty solid paleo meals however i'd love to be able to cook more adventurous things - keeping it simple at first, small steps are fine by me :) .
I used to just chuck pizzas in the oven, use jarred sauces, pasta/bread was a big part of my life and so on. But after going cold turkey and realising how much i flurrish (sp) without it i'm very keen to learn how to cook these real foods.
I own Loren Cordain's 'The Paleo Diet Cookbook' but i'm not going to lie... half the things in this book i've not even heard of - i mean i'm only just getting my head round the fact you add different herbs to meats and then all of a sudden they have a different taste, i mean who'd of known?
Basically i'm looking for some beginners tips, and anything that won't mean i have to spend hours in the kitchen to prepare.