Buy a piece of meat, google "x meat recipes" find one that looks great.... if it calls for "vegetable oil" substitute something like ghee, and things like that.
It's exactly the same as cooking meat before 'paleo'... mostly just the side items are a little different.
You know, hold the bread/grains/stuff... lots of veg, and some potatoes/sweet potatoes and rice as sides are OK.
I've always looked at every recipe as a 'suggested format' rather than written in stone.
Once you are familiar with the flavors that herbs/spiced produce, and how they pair, you can generally adjust a recipe to your hearts content.
Also... building an herb/spice pantry is a wonderful thing, it's not expensive, and herbs/spices allow for a wide array of tasty variety in cooking. The flavors of mexico one night.... morocco the next!
Start simple and add try new spices a few at a time.
There are generally many servings worth of an herb/spice in each bottle... so purchasing them isn't a for each recipe kind of deal most of the time.
I personally have always cooked with a large array of spices, and cannot imagine doing without them.
For even more mileage, once your feet are wet, and you feel comfortable, you can grow fresh herbs easily in pots... and whole world of additional flavors!