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Posts Tagged ‘ beef ’

19 Sep

Espresso-Rubbed Prime Rib Roast

This is a guest post from Autumn Smith, co-founder of PaleoValley. Do you remember the time you had that amazing meal at your favorite local restaurant? Or, the time you splurged on a sumptuous steak at that 5 star restaurant? Well, you don’t have to break the bank or a sweat. Here’s a recipe you […]

23 May

Portobella Chorizo Burgers

This is a guest post by Emily Schromm, of Good morning, world! Emily Schromm here. My philosophy is this: there is an inner superhero in us all, and it’s OUR duty to UNLEASH it. I am from Denver, Colorado, unleashing my own superhero by way of lifting heavy things, eating bacon, and training clients […]

2 May

Bangin’ Liver

This is a guest post from Mary Shenouda, Paleo Chef and Lifestyle Coach. Mary, here! You may know me as Mary, The Paleo Chef. Or perhaps you know me as the #EatPlayCrush Girl on Instagram. Or maybe you don’t know me at all, in which case, nice to virtually meet you. I am here today […]

27 Dec

Beef Carpaccio

Carpaccio is little more than thinly sliced raw meat, but the dish is so delectable it’s hard to believe that’s all there is to it. In a dish as simple as this, high quality (ideally grass-fed) beef tenderloin is a must for its fresh, pure, meaty flavor. Sliced paper thin, the meat will practically melt […]

25 Oct

“Matambre” Rolled Flank Steak

“Matambre” loosely translates to “kill hunger” and that’s exactly what this meal of meat and veggies rolled into one will do. Traditional fillings for this South American dish include garlic, spinach, bell pepper, carrots, olives, hardboiled eggs and fresh herbs. But you can, and should, stuff whatever you like inside the rolled and sliced steak. […]

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