Laura Bezden and The Studio Kitchen
Laura Bezden talks about grass finished beef
What is Paleo?
The Paleolithic Diet is an eating plan based on a “hunter gatherer” diet — essentially, what man was eating before agriculture evolved 10,000 years ago when we began eating a grain-based diet. This clean eating plan includes meats, fish, vegetables, healthy oils, some nuts, and fruits. The result is that you consume whole, unprocessed, nutrient-dense, nourishing foods. What you don’t eat are foods that will harm you by causing systemic inflammation, wrecking your gut, or derailing your natural metabolic processes. This includes grains, dairy, legumes, artificial ingredients, and highly processed foods, like high-fructose corn syrup, sugar, and alcohol. There are plenty of good websites that explain this philosophy in detail. You might be thinking, “No cheese?! What can I eat then?” As it turns out, there is plenty to eat! The hard part is the time involved in shopping, preparing, and finding good recipes. That’s where the locally prepared meals from The Studio Kitchen come in — we do it all for you. We provide the convenience just like fast food or supermarket frozen dinners, but the difference is that our food is good for your body, providing you and your family with the proper nutrients to sustain yourselves through this minefield that we call life.
What Is Our Traditional Menu?
Our traditional menu is a 10-entrée rotating variety of dishes, including some of our most popular recipes from the past 13 years, which are based on the traditional home-cooked meal. This menu changes every month. We make all of the food fresh here in our kitchen with as few “convenience” ingredients as possible. That means our lasagna sauce is made from scratch and slow-simmered on our stoves just like Grandma used to. There can be some recipes with convenience foods such as Pillsbury Crescent Rolls, potato or tortilla chips, or Campbell's Cream of Chicken Soup. If they are, then it is because that is one of our most popular prepared meals and it’s on the menu because of popular demand. Simply click on each entrée and the full ingredients list and nutritional information will be displayed.
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— Local Grass Fed and Finished Beef —
— Local Pastured Pork —
— Many Organic Ingredients —
— Clean Eating Made Easy —
— Voted Top Austin Gluten Free Business 2015 & 2016 —
— Hand Made in Small Batches —
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2111 Sam Bass Road, Suite 1600
Round Rock, TX 78681