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7 Dec

Announcement: New Recipe Theme for the Cookbook Contest

Enter your best Primal Blueprint recipes for your chance to win prizes and be featured in the Reader-Created Cookbook

The new theme: Primal Soups!

We’ve received some delicious Primal breakfast recipes from readers:

Almond Banana Pancakes

No Oat Oatmeal… It’s Noatmeal!

Omelet Muffins

Frittata Aleta

All of these recipes will be featured in the Reader-Created Primal Blueprint Cookbook and the entrants have a chance to win an über cool Primal prize package.

If you’d like to participate in this contest send in your own favorite Primal recipes that relate to the current theme – Primal Soups. Click here for all the details.

You want comments? We got comments:

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  1. I have only tried making the Almond Banana Pancakes so far–which were a hit!–but all four breakfasts look delicious! Of course, I’m a little disappointed my primal breakfast contest submission didn’t make the final four, but since it’s a soup recipe I turned around and resubmitted it for the current theme!

    Question: Will all the submissions make it into the cookbook or only the final four winners of each category? (Apologies if this info is in the contest rules, but I couldn’t locate it.)

    Aaron Blaisdell wrote on December 7th, 2009
  2. Only those recipes that are published on MDA will make it into the cookbook. Submissions may be published at anytime so even though the new theme is soup we may publish a beef or breakfast recipe (the last two themes) at any time. There won’t necessarily be four winners for each theme. Grok on!

    Mark Sisson wrote on December 7th, 2009
    • Thanks! I love these cookbook contest themes. I’m getting such great ideas for primal recipes!

      Aaron Blaisdell wrote on December 7th, 2009
  3. Me too!! I’m learning a lot of new ways I can cook the primal way. I already sent my soup recipe that I made last night!!

    iisierra wrote on December 8th, 2009

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