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Posts Tagged ‘ dinner ’

16 Jul

Chicken Korma

Chicken korma is an Indian dish that uses full-fat yogurt to both tenderize the chicken and make a creamy sauce as it cooks. This is a streamlined recipe, turning chicken korma into a straightforward but still very flavorful weeknight meal. Yes, the ingredient list is long. But more than half of the ingredients are herbs […]

9 Jul

Pork Belly with Sweet Potatoes and Fried Eggs

This is not your typical breakfast of eggs, potatoes and bacon. Instead, we’re talking about braised pork belly (the same cut that bacon comes from), sweet potatoes roasted with smoked paprika butter, and the runny yolk from a fried egg drenching the whole thing. First, the pork belly. This is a cut of pork with […]

2 Jul

Layered Taco Casserole

This layered taco casserole is comfort food without a helping of regret. There are still layers of everything that make taco casserole great: tortillas, seasoned ground meat, chile peppers, cheese, and a mile-high topping of shredded lettuce, fresh tomatoes, avocado and green onions. But the tortillas are Primal- and Paleo-approved, the ground meat is grass-fed, […]

25 Jun

Fish Head Broth

Fish broth isn’t as versatile as chicken or beef broth, but it’s a special thing, nevertheless. It’s delicate and savory with the appetizing flavor of seafood. Is this the type of broth you’ll sip straight from a mug? There’s no reason not to if you like fish. Plus, you’ll get a healthy dose of omega-3s, […]

18 Jun

Crepinettes

Crepinette is a lovely and fancy-sounding word for ground meat wrapped in caul fat. Essentially, it’s fresh sausage that you can make at home without the time-consuming struggle of stuffing ground meat into casings. Caul fat is a lacey, fatty membrane that lines the stomach cavity of pigs (and cows and sheep, although you’ll mostly […]

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