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    Paleo Comfort Foods Cookbook- cooking through it

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    Woot! Got my Paleo Comfort Foods Cookbook!

    Already made the Morning Glory muffins, and even with my modifications/forgot to add honey, they were pretty effin' tasty!
    I didn't use shredded coconut (ack! woodchips!), used cranberries instead of raisins, and didn't add the honey.

    Not bad, especially with a fried farm fresh egg and some grass fed butter. Noms!!

    What have you made?

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    I think I deff need to get this.. I'm having my sons 1st bday party/chirstening party on oct 23rd and I would like to keep it as close to primal as I can. The only thing not primal I dont mind there is Sodas, and cake. (oh and maybe beer for hubbys grandpa lol)

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    Have you seen The Food Lovers Primal Palate? They have some awesome looking cake recipes if you're feeling like having a little more virtuous than standard cake... The Food Lovers' Primal Palate: Happy Birthday Bill!
    Last edited by CinnamonGirl; 09-24-2011 at 12:39 PM.

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    Making the sweet potato casserole tonight!

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    I've tried a few items - and every single thing I've made has come out pants

    Worse, the ingredients were expensive and the calories immense, so I've pretty much given up for now.





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    I have liked everything I have tried so far

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    we are addicted to the gumbo & jambalaya in the book. They are killer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sed777 View Post
    Making the sweet potato casserole tonight!
    Turned out more like a nut topped mashed sweet potato dish than a casserole.

    However, the flavor was awesome. This could easily be turned into a dessert topped with some fruit, dark chocolate shavings and whipped cream!

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    Made the Chili, the way it should be yesterday with a few alterations. Spicy goodness!

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    I loved the shrimp & grits (and I'm not ordinarily a big fan of cauliflower).

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