Jeff Sarris

Jeff Sarris is an entrepreneur from Chicago. He runs the popular food blog Paleo Porn with his wife Marla where they're privileged to connect with hundreds of thousands of foodies every year.

After working in local government for seven years, Jeff co-founded SPYR, a brand development agency, and began constructing the life he had always wished to lead. This journey of discovery lead him to lifestyle design, mindfulness, and, inevitably, paleo.

Jeff is resident taste tester, photographer, filmmaker, and all-around doer of things at Paleo Porn. He's also Primal Blueprint Certified.

Preface to How to Start a Food Blog

Starting a blog can be daunting. So many options. So much conflicting advice. Who should we listen to? Or, more importantly, who can we trust?

Bulletproof Coffee

Bulletproof Coffee in Chicago

There are stellar cafés for butter coffee in Austin and Denver, but what about Chicago? Let’s uncover the best Bulletproof Coffee in our hometown.

Hack Your Sleep Paleo Porn

Hacking Sleep

That time when we were unwittingly performing a long term experiment in melatonin suppression.

Paleo Porn Family Dinner - Sold Out

Paleo Porn Family Dinner

Join the Paleo Porn Family for an underground dining experience in our hometown, Chicago. Plus a crew will be on-hand to film for an upcoming pop-up chef documentary series.

Are Almonds Paleo?

Are Almonds Paleo?

We’ve already accepted that peanuts are legumes, not nuts, but almonds are the darlings of the nut world. They must belong to the nut family. Lo and behold, almonds are also living a lie.

Is Quinoa Paleo?

Is Quinoa Paleo?

Quinoa is not a grain. Check. Quinoa is a seed. Check. Quinoa is also NOT paleo. Whaa??


Are Green Beans Paleo?

Whoa, whoa, whoa…green beans are legumes. Legumes are not paleo so aren’t green beans also not paleo? Well green beans […]

Opt Out of the Human Race

We’re always running, trying to accomplish more in less time; racing to the end. It’s easy to forget that with most everything in life, the important part isn’t the end, but the journey that we take to get there.