New York Times bestselling authors Michelle Tam and Henry Fong are best known for their fun, practical, and flavor-packed approach to the Paleo lifestyle. As the co-creators of the acclaimed Nom Nom Paleo blog, app, and cookbook, their work has been recognized by the Webby Awards, the Saveur Magazine Best Food Blog Awards, and the James Beard Foundation Awards. Each week, Michelle, Henry, and their two young boys also gather around their dining room table to host the Nom Nom Paleo Podcast. In each episode, they go behind the scenes at Nom Nom Paleo and dive into delicious recipes, examine food trends, and discuss their culinary (and non-culinary) adventures. They occasionally interview people and tell dumb jokes, too.
#19 Ready or Not!
We’re back! Yeah, I know it’s been over two months since our last podcast, but we think you’ll really dig this hour-long episode packed with juicy details about my favorite Hawaiian-inspired summer dish, our exciting new Ready or Not! cookbook, volunteering with the family at the food bank, and my favorite green powder: Matcha! Download the episode […]
#18 Wonton Fever!
At long last, our whole family is back with Season 2 of our podcast! Did you miss us? It’s been over a year(!) since we last released an episode of our podcast—and one of our voices now is unrecognizable! But we’ll try to make it up to you with this catch-up episode that’s crammed wall-to-wall with all […]
Episode 17: VietNomNomPaleo!
Did you miss the sound of our voices? We’re sorry that it’s been more than a month(!) since we last release an episode of our podcast—it’s been a bit crazy around these parts. But we’ll try to make up for our tardiness by presenting an extra-long episode that’s packed with juicy details about our bucket-list […]
Episode 16: Camp Nerd Fitness
We’re ba-aack! In this episode, our family chats about our favorite autumn produce, my time as a headmaster at Camp Nerd Fitness, our crushes of the week, and we answer a reader’s question about how to handle snack time at a non-Paleo preschool. For complete show notes, links, and recommendations, go to our podcast archive and read about Episode […]
Episode 15: Twenty Questions!
Have you missed listening to our voices? At long last, we’ve got another podcast episode for you! In this episode, we’re departing from our usual format. Rather than sharing our crushes of the week or what we ate, this episode is all about YOU. Or more specifically, it’s all about answering your burning questions. Recently, on Facebook, Twitter, […]
Episode 14: One Time At Meat Camp
I’m an adventurous cook in my own kitchen, and I know my way around all the wacky gadgets I stockpile to make cooking easier—from electric pressure cookers to sous vide water ovens and even my handy-dandy blowtorch. But strangely enough, the one cooking method that’s always struck fear in my heart is grilling food over […]
Fun listen for a mom (or anyone)
I love Nom Nom Paleo food. This real podcast helps me feel supported as a mom and a person trying to feed my family a Real Food lifestyle.
You are the sunshine on my commute
I just started listening after my doctor recommended your blog. Which I found, fell in love with and then wanted more and yup, went straight to the podcast, which I love even more, especially you and Henry’s humor and of course the double O’s crack me up! I really love your philosophy that you don’t have to be a perfect paleo. I have a lot of stress in my life and I’ve tried a number of diet trends and I feel like I failed when I slipped up. You and your hilarious family have given me inspiration to try once again to change my lifestyle for the better and let go of the stress of being perfect!!! And thank you thank you for making it ok, to no have all these special extra tools (another stressor) I just want to feed myself in a healthy way, but time efficient way...first up garbage stir Fry, made 5 ways!!! 😁 Keep up the awesome podcast and the inspiration!
Cute, I guess...
Mostly annoying and lacking of real substance. It’s nice that they have the whole family involved, and it’s cute and even a bit funny, but it’s clear early on that they don’t fully understand what paleo is (which is a huge problem if that’s what your podcast is based on), and they bounce back and forth between completely unrelated, useless ramblings and CLEARLY reading from a script. Neither one is great. In the end, there just isn’t enough useful material to make me want to give it any more of my time.