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Posts Tagged ‘ pork ’

28 Nov

Slow-Simmered Cabbage Soup

Cabbage is rarely described as tasting rich, but when simmered long and slow with plenty of butter and olive oil, that’s exactly the outcome. Although buttery, slow-simmered cabbage can be a dish in itself, add broth and sausage and you’ll get a very simple soup with incredibly rich, comforting flavor. When cooking cabbage this way, […]

10 Oct

Primal Baked Pasta

All the comfort and flavor of baked pasta, without the carbs or gooey cheese? Sign me up! This recipe for Primal baked “pasta” uses a favorite noodle substitute, celery root, as a stand-in for the texture of penne pasta. Italian sausage, mushrooms and marinara fill out the dish, along with a sprinkle of Parmigiano-Reggiano on […]

12 Sep

Pork Debris

Pork Debris is a brunch dish that’s usually a happy accident. A pork shoulder is roasted the day before for dinner, there happens to be leftovers, so why not fry the pork up with an egg for breakfast the next morning? However, there’s nothing wrong with making Pork Debris a deliberate meal, either. As in, […]

6 Jun

Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites

This is a guest post from Louise Hendon, the co-author of the Essential Paleo Cookbook and co-founder of She used to hate cooking, but that changed when she started a Primal/Paleo lifestyle over five years ago and discovered how food could taste delicious without spending hours slaving in the kitchen. And in this recipe, […]

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 […]

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