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  • #31
    Tonight I boiled some parsnips and then pureed them in the food processor with a big dollop of soft goat cheese. Wow! I served it with steak, sauteed onions and fennel (I used ghee to saute the vegetables) and a small salad. What a meal! Note: Mixing goat cheese with dandelion greens removes a lot of the dandelion greens' bitterness.

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    • #32
      I just posted up a recipe of my accompaniment with lunch today, a steak with green peppercorn sauce.
      Originally posted by athomeontherange View Post
      I am still new I am currently simmering my 1st pot of bone broth (I know its 107 but I am craving it). Also by accident discovered blackberries dipped in coconut milk- YUM!

      I know these do not seem fancy but I am enjoying this learning process!
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      • #33
        My favorite of all meals since starting primal:
        Almonds
        Pecans
        Walnuts
        Coconut Oil
        Olive Oil
        Whey Protein
        Unsweetened Cocoa Powder

        Mix these ingredients with a processor.
        Eat raw, or cook.

        It's a spin off of the trail mix I found on here.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by TigerLily View Post
          I am obsessed with Nom Nom Paleo, and now she's got me watching all these Sous Vide videos on the YouTube. Augh! Besides her mouth-watering food porn, she's an amusing, funny blogger and a good writer. I now check the site daily.
          My dh bought me a sous vide machine because I was so obsessed with her that I started researching how to build my own and he had visions of our house going up in flames It's been a huge time saver.

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          • #35
            Thanks for sharing some links! I'm going to check them out when I get home tonight. I have been consistenly eating salads and omelets every day, and I definitely need to expand on my recipes.

            I made some primal flax seed bread, but I'm not a big fan -- the flax is overpowering. I made some coconut flour muffins that I found in the free cookbook, and those were scrumptious -- next time I'm using blueberries though.

            I am a huge fan of the stock pot recipe from the first cook book.

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            • #36
              Just cooked my first bit of goat last night: I went simple and braised it, salted in water. Tasted a bit this morning and it's great. I can't wait to assemble it with veges and fats tonight.
              Started PB late 2008, lost 50 lbs by late 2009. Have been plateaued, but that thing may just be biting the dust: more on that later.

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              • #37
                I've got this cucumber salad in the fridge for dinner: Cucumber Salad With Sour Cream Recipe

                And we're having blackened yellow fin tuna ala: Cajun Blackened Fish Recipe

                Last night I made bison burgers with a local asiago cheese and yellow summer squash roasted with parmesan, sea salt, fresh cracked pepper and butter. It was amaaaaazing.
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by kimmie View Post
                  My dh bought me a sous vide machine because I was so obsessed with her that I started researching how to build my own and he had visions of our house going up in flames It's been a huge time saver.
                  Sweet! I gotta try that!
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                  • #39
                    I made my first Meatza tonight.. delish!!!
                    Karin


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                    • #40
                      Great thread! I satisfied a longstanding craving tonight. Cabbage noodles with a tasty tahini dressing. Like sesame noodles from the Thai place down the road, except I made them myself, and they were totally primal.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by tallglassome View Post
                        Great thread! I satisfied a longstanding craving tonight. Cabbage noodles with a tasty tahini dressing. Like sesame noodles from the Thai place down the road, except I made them myself, and they were totally primal.
                        Oh, oh, oh, share? I'm always looking for noodlish foods.
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                        • #42
                          Spinach Alfredo Sauce

                          1 stick of butter
                          3/4 C heavy cream
                          1 1/2 C parmesan cheese (could us romano or a mix)
                          5 oz of cooked spinach
                          In a sauce pan heat the butter and cream until the butter melts. Stir in parmesan until smooth. Stir the spinach.

                          For my meal I sauteed zucchini, mushroom, and 1 clove of garlic. Then added leftover shrimp, heated through and topped it with the sauce. YUM!!
                          Its also very good with chicken and bacon.

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                          • #43
                            That's the kind of recipe you come up with at 4 am... I stuffed 2 lemons and a bunch of herbs into a small turkey (4.5 kilos), rubbed it with a freshly ground pepper, fennel seed and coriander seed and stuffed it into the slow-cooker for 8 hours on low. I think the herbs were thyme, sage and summer savory, but it was dark in the garden....

                            I am going to call my husband so he checks the temperature of the bird before turning the cooker off & slicing some for his lunch!
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                            • #44
                              Made a great fratatta this morning. Bacon lines the bottom and inside are a few mushrooms, roasted red peppers and grilled chicken breast.
                              Karin


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                              What am I doing? Depends on the day.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by pjgh View Post
                                I am soooo going to make Bigos - we have a very established Polish community here in Bradford, and good Polish delis are not at all difficult to find. More so, proper Polish food can easily be found in the many independent food retailers around the city. Getting good sauerkraut and the right sausage is going to make this just perfect! Thanks for the post.

                                How did you like it livingprimal?
                                LOVED IT!! Made a few alterations to the posted recipe (added a can of diced tomatoes, and let it simmer in Crockpot for 6 hours). OMG! This has been added to my "favorite recipes" list! It made a huge crockpot full that fed me for days!

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