So I was on the phone with my aunt this weekend and caught out of the corner of my eye this guy on TV making what looked to be an amazing fish-stuffed pepper recipe. But since I couldn't hear it and I think I missed the beginnning, I don't know what was in the stuffing! It was almost certainly not primal, so maybe it's best that I missed it. I'll describe what I saw and throw it out to the great primal cooks out there for inspiration...
He had what looked like a catfish filet laid out flat. It was probably 3/4 of an inch thick and maybe as wide as a hand. He took his bowl of white-ish stuffing and put an ice-cream scoop-sized dollop of it right on the wide end of the filet.
He then rolled the filet over and all the way up to the skinny, trapping the dollop in the middle of the fish roll.
THEN, he had a green pepper that he had cut the top off of and scooped out. He took the fish roll, turned it sideways so the open ends were on the top and bottom, and set it right down into the pepper.
Then he put about 6 of those peppers all made the same into a dutch oven with a bit of water and set it in a fire of coals, with coals on the top too.
I'm dying to replicate this recipe, but I just don't know what would sub in for that white dollop which was probably rice or bread or both mixed with cheese and other stuff...