'Nom Nom Paleo' authors want to be known for more than health and wellness | February 18, 2022 | Palo Alto Weekly | Palo Alto Online |

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Eating Out - February 18, 2022

'Nom Nom Paleo' authors want to be known for more than health and wellness

Palo Alto couple's latest cookbook showcases the Asian American cuisine they love

by Anthony Shu

Authors of three New York Times bestselling cookbooks, Palo Alto husband-and-wife team Michelle Tam and Henry Fong have championed simple and comforting paleo recipes on the award-winning blog Nom Nom Paleo since 2010. Despite plenty of press showcasing Tam's expertise on the paleo diet, which she defines as "an ancestral approach that prioritizes eating real, whole, nutrient-dense foods," few outlets have covered a different driving force behind their work: growing up as omnivorous Asian Americans in the Bay Area.

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