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12 Sep

Contest: Name Your Meal, Win Fat

pureindianfoodsghee13 28UPDATE: This contest is closed. Visit the 30 Day Challenge Contest Page to find out which contests are still open, and to view winners.

The Prize:

Fat is good. And it comes in many forms. Today you can win two delicious types, coconut oil and ghee.

What’s ghee? It’s rendered butter with the milk proteins and solids removed, and Pure Indian Foods makes the good stuff. They’ve been featured in the NY Times. Their ghee is organic, grass fed and today’s winner gets two 14oz jars of it plus a 6-jar sample pack of herbal and spiced varieties.

BONUS: If you use the code “marksdailyapple” when ordering from Pure Indian Foods online, you will receive a 5% discount.

coconut lg 1But wait, the fat just keeps on coming. I”ve got five jars of Barlean’s Coconut Oil at my office right now. That’s 80 oz. or roughly two thirds of a gallon of coconut oil. I’ve got to mail this prize off as fast as possible, because I’m not sure my Worker Bees can hold out another week without cracking them open and frying up some almond pancakes. Winner gets them all (the jars of coconut oil, not the Worker Bees).

The Contest:

This one’s as easy as one, two, ghee (couldn’t resist). Enjoy eating? Tell me what your favorite Primal meal is in the comments section of this post. One commenter will be selected at random as the winner.

The Deadline:

September 13, 8:00 a.m. PST. 24 Hours.

Who is Eligible:

No restrictions.

You want comments? We got comments:

Imagine you’re George Clooney. Take a moment to admire your grooming and wit. Okay, now imagine someone walks up to you and asks, “What’s your name?” You say, “I’m George Clooney.” Or maybe you say, “I’m the Clooninator!” You don’t say “I’m George of George Clooney Sells Movies Blog” and you certainly don’t say, “I’m Clooney Weight Loss Plan”. So while spam is technically meat, it ain’t anywhere near Primal. Please nickname yourself something your friends would call you.

  1. Coconut and almond chicken fingers – so delicious and easy to make!

    TriGirl wrote on September 12th, 2010
    • This one is easy… ground meat. It can be lamb, beef, sometimes turkey. I usually fry it up with lots of basil and oregano but spice combinations are endless: salt, pepper, turmeric, cinammon, kelp flakes, cilantro, cayenne… Mix it up with some avocado or spinach and voila! Easy to make, easy to vary!

      Evan Ferrell wrote on September 12th, 2010
    • Tomato pie with almond flour crust. amazing.

      me2 wrote on September 12th, 2010
      • homemade beef jerky

        diane wrote on September 13th, 2010
    • Zucchini Egg Bake, as mentioned in the Primal Blueprint Cookbook. The book is worth purchasing for this recipe alone… I eat it about once a week.

      Luke wrote on September 12th, 2010
  2. My fave is the chicken, bacon and avocado salad on MDA. So easy, so good, and — this was the shock — the whole family liked it!

    Louise wrote on September 12th, 2010
  3. I like to keep it simple. A nice Fillet and some grilled veggies. Best meal ever!

    Jordan wrote on September 12th, 2010
  4. Grilled, grassfed lamb chops with mint-walnut pesto. Roasted onions. Baby greens and garden tomatoes with herb vinaigrette. Merlot.

    BarbeyGirl wrote on September 12th, 2010
  5. Free range eggs and nitrate-free bacon with a side of coconut milk poured over blueberries. Paleo can’t get any easier. mmm

    Aaron wrote on September 12th, 2010
  6. A surprise favorite for our family is the cauliflower pizza!

    Rina wrote on September 12th, 2010
  7. Steak and veggies with lots of butter

    Bryce wrote on September 12th, 2010
  8. Slow cooked beef heart in coconut cream with diced tomato, onions, capsicum, broccoli and colliflower. Seasoned with some ground pepper. The beauty is that being from Australia all my organ meat is grass fed by default (if anything is grain fed they’ll try to make it a selling point and double the price :p).

    Adam Frost wrote on September 12th, 2010
  9. I love the chicken and shrimp soup! And for breakfast the almond flour-blueberries pancake.

    Ruth wrote on September 12th, 2010
  10. I’m loving spatchcocked chicken and grilled asparagus!

    Kara Huck wrote on September 12th, 2010
  11. Ribs with BBQ sauce from the Primal Blueprint cookbook, along with veggies from the CSA box

    Amanda wrote on September 12th, 2010
  12. Almond-crusted poached eggs!

    Laurie D. wrote on September 12th, 2010
  13. The flesh of any animal with roasted or sauteed veg. Awesome!

    Primal K@ wrote on September 12th, 2010
  14. This is really hard! I love the chicken, bacon avocado salad, and also coconut chicken curry…There are so many more though–its tough to pick just one!! *yum*

    FairyRae wrote on September 12th, 2010
  15. Pork Loin with blackberry preserve reduction and roasted Brussels sprouts.

    John wrote on September 12th, 2010
  16. Pot roast! My boyfriend and I have “Pot Roast Tuesdays” in our apartment – switch up the veggies, type of meat & the seasonings every week. Nom!

    Sarah Yoshi wrote on September 12th, 2010
  17. Lately, we’ve been getting grass fed cube steak from our CSA..I’ve been making a chicken fried steak with coconut flour and spices, and adding a CSA salad with tahini dressing!

    YUM!

    Rose wrote on September 12th, 2010
  18. A whole chicken roasted in a pan with cauliflower, sweet potato, and green apple. yum!

    elizabeth wrote on September 12th, 2010
  19. Eggs fried in bacon grease with lots of chunky salsa!

    athc wrote on September 12th, 2010
  20. grilled buffalo ribeye with lots of butter!!!!! And a (large) side of chicken liver pate!!!

    Leah wrote on September 12th, 2010
  21. My Favorite is Pork Chile Verde made from sustainably raised pork (shoulder) from Eastern Washington. A close second would be Braunschweiger rolled in lettuce leaves.

    Classic wrote on September 12th, 2010
  22. The breadless crab cakes from MDA

    mattpenney89 wrote on September 12th, 2010
  23. Ribeye with local, fresh goat cheese under sautéed arugula. Oh yeah.

    Bret M. wrote on September 12th, 2010
  24. Salmon head and broth.

    Hai wrote on September 12th, 2010
  25. My Favorite is baked pheasant that my husband and dog hunted. Pheasant with berry sauce and grilled veggies on the side. Yum!

    Hanako wrote on September 12th, 2010
  26. Some stir fry in coconut oil. bits of chicken with broccoli, onions, and carrots, maybe some sunflower seeds thrown in, with cherries for desert

    yum!

    Tim B wrote on September 12th, 2010
  27. avocado topped grilled salmon on a bed of kale with a side of brussel sprouts sauteed w/ leeks and pecans.

    sarah wrote on September 12th, 2010
  28. Stir fry chicken, broccoli, and onions…pour egg whites over it all. Top with organic tomato sauce. Primal pizza!

    Laura wrote on September 12th, 2010
  29. I love to be able to have a good primal meal without cooking– our local favorite restaurant has an amazing steak served with herbed butter and a great salad including plenty of house-pickled vegetables. A great glass of Spanish red wine, and the primal life is sweet.

    Ariana wrote on September 12th, 2010
  30. banana blueberry pancakes for breakfast! eggs, bananas, cinnamon, blueberries, and unsweetened coconut flakes or crushed walnuts.

    marcie bailey wrote on September 12th, 2010
  31. Easy one. Ribeye Steak fixed on the grill with Asparagus cooked in real butter.

    Jeff wrote on September 12th, 2010
  32. Classic- Eggs and bacon!

    Ben wrote on September 12th, 2010
  33. Venison yellow curry

    John G wrote on September 12th, 2010
  34. I love a grilled steak with an herb butter marinade and grilled veggies! Maybe with some grilled stone fruit as a special desert!

    SouthernGrok wrote on September 12th, 2010
  35. I just started eating Primal and my favorite meal so far is a zucchini, onion and bacon fritatta.

    Sharon wrote on September 12th, 2010
  36. grass-fed steak cooked in butter with roasted asparagus slathered in butter :D

    Tara wrote on September 12th, 2010
  37. Skirt steak marinated with your olive oil/sea salt/lime/hot pepper/honey/cumin/shallot recipe paired with sautéed spinach in lemon infused olive oil and minced garlic and asparagus spears grilled and covered in GF butter and lemon juice
    - if i want more fat, ill pick an avocado from the tree outside my window, and eat it all

    beverage – water at night, white or early gray tea at lunch, or illy espresso roast coffee at bfast

    Rob wrote on September 12th, 2010
  38. It’s gotta be the Big Ass Salad – the usual greens, veggies, protien, etc. – but also topped with raspberries and wild blueberries.

    Matt Myford wrote on September 12th, 2010
  39. So far my favorite has been Coconut Curry Shrimp with a side of Spaghetti Squash.

    Richard wrote on September 12th, 2010
  40. Barbequed lamb with green beans and roast pumpkin.

    Charlotte wrote on September 12th, 2010

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