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Posts Tagged ‘ lunch ’

13 Aug

Cajun Salmon Burgers

A blend of Cajun spices coat these salmon burgers, adding gentle heat to the flavorful, crispy blackened crust. These are pure salmon—no eggs, breadcrumbs or other fillers are needed to hold the juicy burgers together. When looking for a new way to prepare salmon, don’t forget about burgers. Salmon burgers don’t take much longer to […]

6 Aug

Homemade Beef Hot Dogs

Hot dogs have always had a reputation for being mystery meat. But this unsavory fact, plus a lot of other undesirable ingredients, still aren’t enough to keep hot dogs from being loved by kids, and kids at heart. While many markets now offer grass-fed, organic hot dogs, you can also take on the challenge of […]

23 Jul

Zucchini Crepes

Is it a crepe? A wrap? A tortilla? You can call them anything you want and wrap them around whatever you’d like. The result is always the same: delicious. Zucchini and thyme flavor these light but durable wrappers that can hold an array of savory fillings. In this version, a combination of fluffy scrambled eggs, […]

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, […]

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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