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Meat Most Popular

Paleo Orange Chicken

Chinese food, without the MSG. Ingredients 1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken thighs (cut into bite size pieces) 3 T fat (coconut oil works well here) juice of 2 oranges* zest from 1 orange 1 t fresh ginger 3 T…

meatloaf
Meat

Seriously Tasty Paleo Meatloaf

We were having some friends over the other night and I had 2 hours to get to the store and have dinner ready and sitting on the table. What the heck was I was going to make? Meatloaf. Instead…

macaroon
Sweets

Paleo Coconut Macaroons

Macaroons are traditional french “cookies”– sometimes called meringue cookies or cloud cookies. They’re extremely inexpensive, great with coffee, a resourceful way to use up egg whites (I always save them when I make something that requires only using yolks)…

Seafood

Paleo Seafood Balls with Homemade Tartar Sauce

A kid-friendly riff on fish sticks. We made tartar sauce from scratch, I highly recommend you do the same. If you’re deathly afraid (which you shouldn’t be) of making mayo, substitute the homemade mayo for store bought, but DO…

Salads

Paleo Broccoli Salad

Complete utilization of ingredients is the name of the game with this salad. We’re using the entire broccoli–florets to stem, plus bacon and all its glorious drippings. More often than not, Southern broccoli salad consists of a mayonnaise base.…

cheesesteak
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Primal Philly Cheesesteak in a Bowl

Cheap, easy and a quick go-to meal, if you ask me. Who needs bread, when you can knife-n-fork it? You’re not losing any flavor, just a bit of texture–but really, who likes soppy, gloppy bread? No one. I stand…

c-cakes
Sweets

Primal Carrot Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Brandon’s birthday was the other day and neither one of us wanted to gorge out on birthday cake, but believe me, that does happen every once in a while. So I decided to challenge myself by making something that…

stew
Meat Soups

Melt in Your Mouth Beef Stew

Practically every recipe for beef stew calls for “stew beef.” I’ve seen it in the store. I’ve used it without much success in stew. But really, what the heck is it? After a bit of research, I found it’s…