http://grainfreefoodie.blogspot.com/ <---this one includes some not primal ingredients, but most of the recipes can be easily modified
HANDS OFF MY BACON :: my primal journal
Actually, I turn to epicurious and food network. I've learned a lot of Primalization techniques and I'm not scared to experiment, so it's become somewhat easy for me to edit a recipe. There's a few I'm still tinkering with, but that's part of the fun, is perfecting the recipe.
Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, steak in one hand, chocolate in the other, yelling "Holy F***, What a Ride!"
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I just found this one the other day and I haven't had time to try out any of their recipes, but it might help when my daughter has birthday parties, we have family/friends over, or when people at the office beg for us to bring in some of the treats we used to. I think with a little modification, they could work!
A goal without a plan is just a wish.
Here's a unique video series, about 80 different recipes in various 3 minute clips, filmed in Thailand for Thai street vendor cooking. Lots of recipes to go along with it.
Thanks for all those sites! awesome awesome awesome!
I was poking around grain-free foodies and found this as a beginning to a recipe:
"I've been looking for ways to get more butter into our diet lately (as an aside, I have to point out that you gotta love a diet that leads you to begin a blog post like that!). "
how true, how true...
I like elanaspantry.com for a lot of stuff, but a lot of the recipes need some sort of modification, e.g., sub some maple syrup or honey for the agave nectar. Emily Chappelle's Joyful Abode is a never-ending source of amazing recipes.