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17 Oct

Beef Curry Stew in Edible Acorn Squash Bowls

In this acorn squash recipe you get a two for one: A delicious edible bowl, plus the generous amounts of fiber, potassium, vitamin C, and magnesium that acorn squash provides. Any type of squash can be a bowl, but the size and shape of acorn squash makes it an especially good choice. Cut the squash […]

10 Oct

Primal Baked Pasta

All the comfort and flavor of baked pasta, without the carbs or gooey cheese? Sign me up! This recipe for Primal baked “pasta” uses a favorite noodle substitute, celery root, as a stand-in for the texture of penne pasta. Italian sausage, mushrooms and marinara fill out the dish, along with a sprinkle of Parmigiano-Reggiano on […]

3 Oct

Southwest Brisket with Pickled Jalapeños

Brisket is comfort food, there’s no doubt about it. It’s nothing fancy, just a big ‘ol piece of meat slow-cooked until tender, but man, is it good. In this recipe, traditional brisket is given Southwest flair with spices, peppers and pickled jalapenos. You can even add cilantro, if you like. This recipe is loaded with […]

26 Sep

Lamb Chili with Harissa

Your next pot of chili doesn’t have to be the same old ground beef chili. Instead, cook up a pot of ground lamb seasoned with things like turmeric and ginger and a few tablespoons of fiery harissa. The end result is a meal that’s still recognizable as chili but has delicious new flavor. You know […]

19 Sep

Espresso-Rubbed Prime Rib Roast

This is a guest post from Autumn Smith, co-founder of PaleoValley. Do you remember the time you had that amazing meal at your favorite local restaurant? Or, the time you splurged on a sumptuous steak at that 5 star restaurant? Well, you don’t have to break the bank or a sweat. Here’s a recipe you […]

12 Sep

Pork Debris

Pork Debris is a brunch dish that’s usually a happy accident. A pork shoulder is roasted the day before for dinner, there happens to be leftovers, so why not fry the pork up with an egg for breakfast the next morning? However, there’s nothing wrong with making Pork Debris a deliberate meal, either. As in, […]

5 Sep

Tuna Mango Salad with Citrus Poppy Seed Dressing

This is a guest post from Kendra Cardoza, author of the blog paleopaparazzi.com. Hey hey! Kendra here. You may know me from my blog paleopaprazzi.com or my IG account where I post #KendrasSuperSalads. I’m SO excited to be guest posting on Mark’s Daily Apple today as this is my first time! As you can probably guess […]

29 Aug

Escabèche – Fried and Marinated Mackerel

Escabèche is a Spanish method of preparing fish, first with a quick, hot sear then with a long, leisurely bath in olive oil, vinegar, herbs and spices. The vinegar finishes “cooking” the fish, producing moist, flaky flesh with a tangy, refreshing flavor. Spoon the fish and sauce over greens, and an instant salad is made. […]

22 Aug

Sesame Teriyaki Chicken Wings

This is a guest post from Juli Bauer of PaleOMG. Well hello you beautiful person, you. Juli Bauer here from PaleOMG. I’m a girl who loves the simple things in life: food, fashion and fitness. I can’t get enough of any of those things. So every week I’m sharing my Weekly Workouts, my many paleo recipes […]

15 Aug

Chicken Livers with Mushrooms and Herbs

Chicken livers are not, perhaps, the first thing your eyes are drawn to in the butcher’s case. Most people don’t salivate over a slippery mound of raw livers like they do over a thick steak. However, chicken livers are a primal food that you should be eating more of. They’re high in folate, zinc, vitamin […]

8 Aug

Resistant Starch Potato Salad

This is a guest recipe from Caitlin Weeks, a holistic nutritionist, author and creator of the wellness hub Grassfedgirl.com. This recipe combines the benefits of resistant starch and the deliciousness of a classic potato salad. You’ll love this (easy) Primal upgrade to a barbecue favorite! Servings: 4 to 6 Prep time: 20 minutes plus 8 […]

1 Aug

Coconut Fish Soup with Red Palm Oil

This gorgeous fish soup is quick and easy to make, rich in flavor, and filled with healthy fats. It’s also really delicious; a weeknight meal you’ll want to make over and over again But the real reason to check out this recipe is that it’s a perfect example of how (and why) you should cook […]

25 Jul

Chia Flax Hot Pudding

This is a guest post by Kelly LeVeque. Kelly is a certified holistic nutritionist, wellness expert and celebrity health coach based in Los Angeles, California. Be Well grew out of Kelly’s lifelong passion for health, the science of nutrition and overall wellness. Guided by a practical and always optimistic approach, Kelly helps clients improve their […]

18 Jul

Primal Chicken Spaghetti

Chicken spaghetti is comfort food at its best and worst. It has that comforting casserole flavor that’s mild, but not bland, and a creamy, baked texture. But that’s where the goodness stops. Layers of spaghetti noodles, canned cream of mushroom soup and gooey cheese make chicken spaghetti a meal to be avoided at all costs. […]

11 Jul

Spanish Fried Eggs

There’s only one reason to fry an egg in very hot extra virgin olive oil, and it’s a good one. This type of fried egg is often called “Spanish style” and there’s no arguing that it’s not delicious. The edges are so crispy, they shatter in your mouth. The white is soft and pillow-like and […]

4 Jul

Creamy Cucumber Noodle Salad with Cherry Tomatoes (Plus Bonus Shopping Guide!)

This is a guest post from Diana Rodgers, the author of Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts on the Go, and The Homegrown Paleo Cookbook: Over 100 Delicious, Gluten-Free, Farm-to-Table Recipes, and a Complete Guide to Growing Your Own Healthy Food. Below is a recipe from her book using Primal Kitchen™ Mayo. In her book, you’ll also […]

27 Jun

Thick & Creamy Labneh

Labneh is a type of Middle Eastern “cheese” made from strained yogurt. Thick and creamy with a mild, tangy flavor, labneh is typically served as a spread or dip. Although labneh can be found in many grocery stores, it’s also really easy to make at home. And if you make it with organic, full-fat cultured […]

20 Jun

Chocolate Espresso Irish Moss Pudding

Irish moss is a type of seaweed that grows along the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America. Like most sea vegetables, Irish moss is high in iodine, magnesium, calcium, manganese, zinc, bromine, and other minerals. It’ s also a source of carrageenan, the jelly-like thickening agent used to thicken a variety of food products. […]

13 Jun

Rosemary Aioli and Kaleidoscope Fries

This is a guest post from Leslie Klenke, author of Paleo Girl, and our very own Marketing Manager here at Primal Nutrition, Inc. Don’t miss the Paleo Girl One-Year Anniversary Giveaway with over $1,700 worth of paleo prizes. Expires June 18. Hi, friends! Leslie here, and I’m amped to be back on the MDA blog again—this […]

6 Jun

Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites

This is a guest post from Louise Hendon, the co-author of the Essential Paleo Cookbook and co-founder of PaleoMagazine.com. She used to hate cooking, but that changed when she started a Primal/Paleo lifestyle over five years ago and discovered how food could taste delicious without spending hours slaving in the kitchen. And in this recipe, […]

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