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Imagine you’re George Clooney. Take a moment to admire your grooming and wit. Okay, now imagine someone walks up to you and asks, “What’s your name?” You say, “I’m George Clooney.” Or maybe you say, “I’m the Clooninator!” You don’t say “I’m George of George Clooney Sells Movies Blog” and you certainly don’t say, “I’m Clooney Weight Loss Plan”. So while spam is technically meat, it ain’t anywhere near Primal. Please nickname yourself something your friends would call you.

  1. I would gladly share a meal with any of you. Truly marvelous!

    peggy wrote on September 12th, 2010
  2. “What Are Mark’s Daily Apple Readers Are Eating?”

    Is it just me or does that sentence make no sense? Is no one checking the grammar in the title of the post before posting?!??

    DajM wrote on September 12th, 2010
  3. DROOL… So many great ideas here – I’m already planning for tonight’s dinner!!

    pettygirl wrote on September 12th, 2010
  4. Beautiful pics! Delicious meals!

    TaraLeigh wrote on September 12th, 2010
  5. I love all of the participation – so much fun to see what others are eating. YUM!

    Lauren White wrote on September 12th, 2010
  6. Mmm… Everything looks delicious. Could you share any of the recipes?

    ElizaGrok wrote on September 12th, 2010
  7. they not only look great…they look so pretty too! Primal eating is so full of color! love it :-)

    (I also love the word “omeletify!”)

    Annie wrote on September 12th, 2010
  8. The one thing I hate about these posts is not knowing what some of the dishes are…pure torture I tell you, pure torture, lol.

    Randy wrote on September 12th, 2010
    • Nevermind, just saw that the dish names are in light grey – must be going blind too.

      Randy wrote on September 12th, 2010
  9. I see at least 3 pictures that have green beans in them- all in the legume family, not very primal…? Obviously not the worst of evils, but…

    Daniel wrote on September 12th, 2010
    • I’m pretty sure that green and wax beans are not the same as kidney, black, pinto beans, etc. The test for me? You can eat them straight out of the garden, without that nasty 3+ hours soaking/cooking.

      Erin wrote on September 12th, 2010
      • Actually, they are the *exact* same thing. Green/wax/string beans are just the young, immature seed pods of the Phaseolus vulgaris AKA common bean of the Fabaceae legume family. This very same species becomes black, pinto, kidney, white beans.

        Daniel wrote on September 13th, 2010
    • I was thinking the same thing. I thought they were a big no no!

      Cindy Hanna wrote on September 13th, 2010
  10. OMG where do you guys live!!!

    I’m coming over …

    Suvetar wrote on September 12th, 2010
  11. Congratulations, Michael!

    Roland wrote on September 12th, 2010
  12. I never thought to add my recipe! :( It would have been cool to win but just seeing my dish on the website was cool!

    Mark wrote on September 12th, 2010
  13. Lots of avocados! I always try to incorporate a nice ripe one into at least 1 meal/day.

    Joseph J. Paun, MS, DC wrote on September 12th, 2010
  14. Wow! Delish!

    Kath (Eating for Living) wrote on September 12th, 2010
  15. My favorite is the empty plate. Yeah, IF!

    AlyieCat wrote on September 12th, 2010
  16. Yay my photo is there! ;)

    Alejandro wrote on September 12th, 2010
  17. Some yummy looking stuff there. Think I’ll go and have lunch!!

    Keith McNeill wrote on September 12th, 2010
  18. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Traci wrote on September 12th, 2010
  19. wow, some amazing meals there! cant wait to try some!

    Vincent wrote on September 12th, 2010
  20. It would be awesome to see all the recipes for these dishes! Look amazing!

    musajen wrote on September 12th, 2010
  21. Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum!

    gilliebean wrote on September 12th, 2010
  22. This is making me hungry! Check out the photo on row 12 on the right…the thumbnail looks like a little dog on a plate lol!

    beachbound wrote on September 12th, 2010
  23. beachbound, you are right!!! hahahaha!

    Vanilla wrote on September 12th, 2010
  24. My Primal Pizza (Top row) looks so good I am going to make it tonight! :)

    Thanks again Mark for the great site!

    Chris G wrote on September 13th, 2010
    • How do we get the recipe for Chris Primal Pizza?
      thanks
      Jo-Anne from Canada

      jo_anne from Canada wrote on September 15th, 2010
  25. Sweet, my pic made it up there! :)

    Eddie wrote on September 13th, 2010
  26. Everything looks so unbelievably fantastic.

    The world of the vegetarians should place 200 photos of there dinners on a webpage and then America can vote for which one looks better…

    We win.

    Primal Toad wrote on September 13th, 2010
  27. Sort of disappointing that the recipes weren’t included at least for some of the entries.

    Private wrote on September 13th, 2010
  28. My zero carb meals of some meat, some eggs and maybe butter would be boring to most, but 18 months of ZC and I’m going for life!

    Katelyn wrote on September 13th, 2010
  29. Wow! Look at all that amazing food. *drooling*

    Kate wrote on September 13th, 2010
  30. Please publish the recipe’s! :)

    Javi wrote on September 14th, 2010
  31. I wouldn’t touch many of these meals. I’ve never grown up from childlike eating and hating certaing things. So bad there’s not any cure for that

    C2H5OH wrote on September 14th, 2010
  32. The red pepper fermented cream artisan cheese 6 pasture raised egg omelet was by far and away the tastiest looking meal. It’s the only one I will be duplicating.

    Chase wrote on September 15th, 2010
    • And how do we get the recipe?

      jo_anne from Canada wrote on September 15th, 2010
  33. Yummy!

    I would pick PaleoDinnerParty1 as my favorite.

    Vida Paleolitica wrote on September 17th, 2010

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