This paleo beef and cabbage bowl recipe is perfect for an easy weeknight dinner. It doesn’t take long to make, and you can customize bowls for everyone!
This instant pot beef stew recipe is thick and warming, full of veggies, and fall-apart tender grass-fed beef With just a little kick of heat to keep things interesting.
30 Day Guide to Paleo Cooking has meal plans, shopping lists, and all of the recipes for a month of paleo cooking and eating. But my absolute favorite part is 2 pages near the back. Read to see why!
We’re getting down to the last pounds of our 1/4 grass-fed beef we bought last year, and all the bits with most obvious uses have been used. So now I have to be a bit more creative. So when I pulled out these short ribs to thaw (and wanted to try something new), I googled
I am SUCH a fan of Zucchinis, I get so excited whenever our plants start producing. And the grocery-store ones never seem to measure up to our garden ones… just such creamy delicious flesh, thin tender peel (with no gross waxy stuff rubbed on it). So when we had four ripe zucchinis at once, I
One problem I tend to have with a lot of meat recipes is the sauce… so often recipes call for bottled sauces loaded with sugar, or soup packets mixed with ketchup and coke (not even kidding), or various other gross-sounding concoctions. So for this braised beef short rib recipe, I decided to just wing the
So a while ago, I bought a brisket in the grocery store, all excited because they are YUMMY. But I couldn’t find a recipe I liked the sound of enough to thaw the meat and do it… and then, well, you know… I was a bit uninspired for a while too due to pregnancy exhaustion/nausea/aversions.
This meat dish is something I’m calling Italian Chili. It was similar to meat spaghetti sauce, but not as “wet” or saucy, spicier, and I ate it in a bowl, not on top of anything… with provolone cheese melted on top (but the cheese covered up the stuff so that picture wasn’t very exciting). It
At first, when I was dabbling in the primal way of eating (grain free, whole, natural, unprocessed foods) I tried to get rid of our un-primal pantry staples by bringing them to parties. Fiesta night? I’ll make the Mexican rice! Recipe swap? I’ll bring pasta salad! Cookout? I’ll bring macaroni and (velveeta, fake) cheese with
This was the meal we cooked together for our second anniversary. I was in the kitchen, and he was on the grill. And together? One harmonious meal. (And yet another meal that takes only 15 minutes or so to prepare… 20 to be generous. The steaks: 2 NY strip steaks EVOO chili powder garlic powder
I made this salad for lunch one day from leftover steak. It was pretty nice! Top some butterhead lettuce with carrot ribbons (just use a vegetable peeler on the whole carrot to cut it into thin strips). Add rasins, and toss with a honey mustard vinaigrette dressing. Plate and top with slices of cold leftover
I posted a lighter, more salad-like spaghetti squash recipe earlier, but if you need something with protein and heft, this is another way to eat that versatile veggie. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees fahrenheit. Cut your spaghetti squash in half, and de-seed it. Place cut-sides-down in a baking dish and bake for 40 minutes.