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17 Sep

Contest: Share a Primal Recipe Link

Picture11 3The Prize:

What’s better than ghee? 100% organic ghee. And where do you find 100% organic ghee? Pure Indian Foods. According to PIF, they provide the only 100% organic ghee available in the market that has been made using the milk of pastured cows grazing on rapidly growing green grass in spring and fall only, when their milk is most nutritious. Pure Indian Foods will be sending one case (12 jars) of 7.8 oz. jars of Grassfed Organic Ghee (retail value over $130), and one Assorted Sampler Pack containing one 7.8 oz. jar of each of their six Herbal/Spice infused ghee flavors (retail value $89.95) to the lucky winner of this contest.

Check out Pure Indian Foods on Facebook and take advantage of this special offer: use discount code “ORGANIC-GHEE” when checking out and receive $5 off any order over $25. Valid until 9/30/2011.

The Contest:

Every Saturday I publish a Primal Blueprint recipe, but this Saturday is different. This Saturday I want you to point the Mark’s Daily Apple community to a delicious, must-try recipe you’ve found in the interwebs. In other words, include a link in the comment board below to a Primal meal you recommend. The link needs to be to another site, not MDA, and the recipe needs to be decidedly Primal; no vegetable oil fried wheat cakes topped with sugary sugar. Also, please include the name and/or a brief description of the dish.

Examples:

http://www.thecavegirldish.com/2011/08/no-worry-beef-curry.html – Paleo Beef Curry

and

http://www.primaltoad.com/kombucha/ – How to Make Kombucha from Scratch

Feel free to link to your own blog if you’re a Primal foodie blogger.

By the end of this contest the comment board will be a resource for the community, with (hopefully!) hundreds of links to Primal bloggers around the world that are dishing out healthy meal ideas.

Note: All comments with links have to be manually approved by a moderator before they are published in the comment board. Your patience is appreciated.

The Deadline:

September 19, 10:00 a.m. PST. You’ve got the weekend to find and publish your favorite Primal recipe link in the comment board.

Who is Eligible:

Anyone in the world that knows how to copy and paste a Primal recipe link to a comment board.

How a Winner is Chosen:

A random drawing will be held among all entrants. Check back on Monday to see all the submissions!

To track all the contests visit the 2011 Primal Blueprint 30-Day Challenge Contest Page for daily updates.

You want comments? We got comments:

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  1. http://cosmopolitanprimalgirl.wordpress.com/2009/12/20/paleo-chicken-pot-pie/

    Whole family loved this pot pie! We made it on Saturday with leftover chicken from chicken leg quarters that we roasted. Also used up leftover veggies we had in the fridge.

    Monique Nesbitt wrote on September 19th, 2011
    • I think I may have to make this for my entry to today’s contest, mmmm!

      Jules wrote on September 20th, 2011
  2. Tonia wrote on September 19th, 2011
  3. Chef Tom Colicchio Braised Short Ribs.

    http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/braised-short-ribs

    If you don’t do fremented grapes(wine) just nix it.

    If you are avoiding Canola use a different fat of choice.

    dave wrote on September 19th, 2011
  4. I was ecstatic to learn that pork rinds could be included in my paleo diet. What a delicious snack idea–and I’ve seen on some sites that say you can flavor them with different herbs and spices to change up the taste a bit. Oh, *joy*

    http://paleodietlifestyle.com/homemade-pork-rinds/

    maidenbleu wrote on September 19th, 2011
  5. While lots of Chile Rellenos recipes can be paleo, this one looks amazing… http://www.health-bent.com/proteins/chile-rellenos

    Devon wrote on September 19th, 2011
  6. I’m a fan of recipes that are primal without knowing it, especially this one: http://www.food52.com/recipes/14246_kale_with_pancetta_cream_and_toasted_rosemary_walnuts

    It makes primal a non-“sacrificial” and delicious endeavor.

    NS wrote on September 19th, 2011
  7. Spicy-Stuffed Peppers:

    A spicy ground turkey mix with cauliflower rice in place of regular rice. Also inside are sauteed onions, tomato and garlic. These stuffed peppers are versatile enough to be a hearty dinner for two, a kickin’ appetizer, or a buffet style entree. However you present them, they are sure to please and will have your friends begging for the recipe.

    http://www.primal-palate.com/2010/08/spicy-stuffed-peppers.html

    Amanda wrote on September 19th, 2011
  8. Stuffed Peppers with Meat Sauce over Cauliflower Rice

    My own creation, but based on other primal recipes I’ve found online. A little bit time consuming to prepare, but so tasty it’s totally worth it!

    http://nocryingincrossfit.blogspot.com/2011/09/primal-recipe-stuffed-peppers.html

    cheri wrote on September 19th, 2011
  9. Lemon Garlic Crockpot Chicken…
    http://www.civilizedcavemancooking.com/2011/06/lemon-garlic-crockpot-chicken.html

    Throw together in 5 min and it’s ready in 6 hours. Lemony garlicy goodness. Yum!

    Abbe K wrote on September 19th, 2011
  10. Seriously delicious and interesting way to prepare an old standby: Primal pork shoulder!
    Check it out!

    http://www.theclothesmakethegirl.com/2011/04/29/stovetop-pork-carnitas/

    Brian wrote on September 19th, 2011
  11. mel wrote on September 19th, 2011
  12. For those chocolate lovers among us, that just can’t have enough. I think it would make a gread birthday cake (not easy to find – just realized):

    http://www.primal-palate.com/2011/08/hayleys-paleo-birthday-cake-german.html

    Vienna wrote on September 19th, 2011
  13. http://frommybluekitchen.blogspot.com/2011/09/coffee-and-spice-rubbed-lamb-chops.html

    My blog is frommybluekitchen.blogspot.com, and almost everything on it is Primal – this is my way of showing others how we eat (and let me tell you, we eat good)! Some of the recipes are based off MDA inspirations, but this one in particular is my own creation. I had coffee spiced lamb at a restaurant once and tried to recreate it primally at home!

    Also…the cupcake recipes are gluten free, do use unrefined sugar, and are as Primal as possible! Enjoy!

    Marie B. wrote on September 19th, 2011
  14. BIG fan of these bars from over at Sarah’s site. http://everydaypaleo.com/2011/08/24/everyday-paleo-fruit-n-nut-bars/

    Rob Horton wrote on September 19th, 2011
  15. I know I’m a few minutes late, but even so these are worth sharing. So simple, so delicious.

    http://nomnompaleo.com/post/2538959456/bacon-guacamole-sammies-dont-these-bacon-and

    Leslie wrote on September 19th, 2011
  16. Here is a recipe for a beef stew that I made this past weekend. I was surprised at how tasty it was since I am not really a stew fan.

    http://marcusneto.com/main/comments/hearty_beef_stew_with_white_sweet_potatoes

    Marcus Neto wrote on September 19th, 2011
  17. Perfect for cold weather.

    Except for the russets in there… substitute with Yams or leave out.
    http://www.harvesthillsfarm.org/agoodharvest/

    Matt wrote on September 19th, 2011
  18. This is such a great meal!
    If you dont’ like too spiy make to only add 1/2 can of the El Pato sauce.
    http://everydaypaleo.com/2010/09/13/a-cool-new-blog-and-a-cooking-demo-albondigas-soup/

    Enjoy!

    Barbara Platnick wrote on September 19th, 2011
  19. http://fastpaleo.com/pumpkin-pie-smoothie/

    This smoothie recipe has been the highlight of the upcoming autumn season for me.

    Rob McNamee wrote on September 19th, 2011
  20. http://www.closetcooking.com/2010/07/bean-sprout-kimchi.html

    A wicked Kimchi recipe… Not sure if the sesame seeds are primal, but I didn’t actually use them anyways and it tasted AWESOME

    MarcTheEngineer wrote on September 19th, 2011
  21. Sausage and squash stir fry. I frequent wellnessmama.com almost as much as mda!

    http://wellnessmama.com/2850/sausage-and-squash-stir-fry/

    Simply sub Spagetti squash for a wonderful primal pasta- “Linguini” with shrimp and oven roasted tomatoes and garlic

    http://recipes.howstuffworks.com/linguini-shrimp-oven-roasted-tomato-recipe.htm

    Gino wrote on September 19th, 2011
  22. http://dandydishes.blogspot.com/2011/08/coffee-and-spice-chuck-roast.html

    What is better than coffee, chocolate and spices on beef? I mean, seriously?

    Erik Jacobs wrote on September 20th, 2011
  23. Scott Ewing wrote on September 21st, 2011
  24. http://www.foodrenegade.com/chorizo-mini-meatloves/
    A quick and tasty weeknight meal.

    Alisa Driscoll wrote on September 21st, 2011
  25. Jay wrote on September 22nd, 2011
  26. Here’s my new favourite summer side, spaghetti squash “salad” with feta and cranberries.

    http://www.teresaandmarcus.com/2011/08/primal-spaghetti-squash-salad-with-feta.html

    Teresa wrote on September 22nd, 2011
  27. I know that this is too late, but I really wanted to share my duck gizzard recipe. I don’t think many people have used this ingredient before, so I want to show something that’s a bit unusual that everybody can try out for their first time. Enjoy! :)

    http://cleanpalate.wordpress.com/2011/09/22/duck-gizzard-chinese-style/

    sakura wrote on September 22nd, 2011
  28. I love living primally. These new recipes all look good to me. I am always looking for ways to incorporate healthy food into new recipes.

    LA wrote on October 5th, 2011
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    IvyBlue wrote on October 6th, 2011
  30. Are there any decent Primal substitutes for noodles? I’m dying over here.

    Dave wrote on October 6th, 2011
  31. Joy wrote on October 6th, 2011
  32. Love all the great Thai recipes folks are sharing…thanks.

    Chris A. wrote on October 6th, 2011
  33. Dave – zucchini sliced thin using a vegetable peeler for fettuccine or a knife for lasagna noodles or julienned, sliced cabbage works, spaghetti squash subs for spaghetti, cauliflower and broccoli stem can be sliced using a vegetable peeler as well for fettuccine, cauliflower grated is a great sub for rice – steamed cauliflower purée is an excellent sub for mashed potatoes. I am sure there are tons more, but it’s early, and I’m on my first cup of coffee so hopefully that’s enough to get you started.

    Cori wrote on October 9th, 2011
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