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Teriyaki Stackers From Frugal Paleo

I’m not sure who started following whom first, but Ciarra Hannah (from the wonderful Popular Paleo site) and I have been Twitter pals for… I don’t know how long. Forever! (“Forever” in Twitter time.) Like Ciarra herself, the recipes on her site are friendly and fun — and delicious. (I can’t vouch for the deliciousness of Ciarra, but I can only assume that if one took... read more

Paleo Bibimbap

In each issue of Paleo Magazine, you’ll find my column in which I tell the story of a traditional international recipe and share a paleo-friendly version so you can make it at home. Here’s my take on the Korean classic bibimbap. Enjoy! Every culture has it’s own version of a culinary hug in a bowl – a comforting pile of food that showcases local ingredients and is designed to feed the... read more

Slow Cooker Osso Buco Stew

I’ve mentioned before that I’m not a huge fan of slow cooker stews because I think they get too watery — but sometimes, like now, when we’re packing and traveling and generally FREAKING OUT IN A GOOD WAY about moving to Vermont, it’s nice to just toss some quality ingredients in the slow cooker and let it do its thing. I’m happy to report that a short simmer, uncovered in a... read more

MMM: Cuban Meatballs

These meatballs were inspired by the pastel palette and tropical rhythms of Cuba. Tender and lush with sweet raisins, briny black olives, and savory blanched almonds, these Cuban Meatballs are like a mini vacation for your taste buds. Served with pan-fried plantains, they’re a meal-time alley-oop. This recipe is part of March Meatball Madness; get all the recipes right here. Cuban Meatballs from... read more

MMM: Basic Meatballs

Today’s recipe is courtesy of Elana Amsterdam of Elana’s Pantry. I think March Meatball Madness is proving that with the addition of spices, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and fruit, ground beef is open to imaginative combinations. But sometimes a classic is just what you need. Elana’s given us a simple, pure rendition of meatball magic. This recipe is part of March Meatball Madness; get all... read more

MMM: Italian Slow Cooker Meatballs

Today’s recipe is courtesy of Stephanie Gaudreau at Stupid Easy Paleo. She’s disguised the superfood power of liver in flavorful Italian meatballs in a slow cooker recipe, which means you can score the winning basket without even being in the kitchen… or something like that. This recipe is part of March Meatball Madness; get all the recipes right here. Italian Slow Cooker... read more

MMM: Bakso (Indonesian Beef Balls)

Today’s recipe is courtesy of Russ Crandall, author of The Ancestral Table and the blog The Domestic Man. Russ is the kind of cook I like: totally committed to exploring international flavors and making the traditional recipes fit into a healthy template. This recipe introduces us to the flavors of Indonesia with ginger-infused meatballs snuggled in an aromatic broth. This recipe is part of March... read more

MMM: Bacon-Jalapeno Burger Balls

What do you say to juicy beef meatballs with bacon and jalapeños dropping dimes on dinner?! I say you can eat these all day long… especially when they’re topped with Awesome Sauce. That’s right: Awesome Sauce. This recipe is part of March Meatball Madness; get all the recipes right here. Bacon-Jalapeño Burger Balls w/ Dill Relish & Awesome Sauce Serves 2-4 | Prep 10 min | Chill... read more

Sweet and Savory Pot Roast

I’m super excited to have a special guest blogger today! I got an email from 15-year-old Abby months ago, and my first reaction was “No way is this girl 14 years old!” She’s articulate, polished, and dang! she can cook. Today, she’s sharing some smart thinking on smart starches and a luscious recipe for Sweet and Savory Pot Roast. (And after you get your protein, don’t... read more

WF2 Recipe: Elvis Burger

Fasten your seatbelts, because I’m about to tell you a story that will eventually weave together Thanksgiving; Elvis; a restaurant in Venice, California; Sunbutter; and indoor grilling. Ready? Let’s begin. Thanksgiving has been my favorite holiday since I was old enough to start naming things as favorites. According to family lore, I once protested that we couldn’t start Thanksgiving... read more

WF2: Thyme-Braised Short Ribs

I promise every post isn’t going to be about the upcoming release of Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat, but it’s kind of my job to blab about it right now. Yesterday, I told you about the photos and the recipes. Today I’m giving you one you can try for yourself! The last time I placed an order for ground beef and steaks from TX Bar Organics, those friendly, sneaky... read more

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