January 24 2017

Contest Results: What’s in Your Primal Kitchen?

By Mark Sisson
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Ultimate Primal Kitchen GiveawayFirst, I have to say that I loved seeing all the pictures submitted for our “What’s in Your Primal Kitchen?” contest. It’s always a pleasure to see the happy, healthy, glowing faces of Mark’s Daily Apple readers—not to mention the great looking food sprawled across their kitchens! Once again, many thanks to everyone who participated.

The lucky winner of this random drawing will take home The Holy Grail of PRIMAL KITCHEN™ care Packages: 1 bottles of Avocado Oil, 1 Bottle of Extra Virgin Avocado Oil, 3 Jars of Avocado Oil Mayo, 3 Jars of Chipotle Lime Mayo, 2 Canisters of Primal Fuel, 1 Bottle of Ranch Dressing1 Bottle of Greek Vinaigrette, 1 Bottle of Honey Mustard Vinaigrette, 12 PRIMAL KITCHEN™ Dark Chocolate Almond Bars, 12 PRIMAL KITCHEN™ Coconut Cashew Bars, 12 PRIMAL KITCHEN™ Chocolate Hazelnut Bars and 12 PRIMAL KITCHEN™ Macadamia Sea Salt Bars.

Are you the lucky winner?

First, before I announce who’s taking home that glorious prize, why don’t the rest of you take a look at the gallery of submissions? Each person went through the fun of compiling their weekly menu all in one place for a stunning snapshot of primal goodness. Do you recognize some things you should be adding to your pantry? Or perhaps you recognize some things you already have in common? There’s nothing like seeing yourself through someone else’s eyes. But you haven’t lived honestly until you’ve seen yourself in someone else’s food—or something like that.

Now, without further delay, let me announce our winner…

Jillian Russell and Eric Wasserman! Congratulations, my friends. Now you’ll have a whole host of extra grocery items to add to that pile of yours. I hope you have the room…

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Thanks for reading (and participating), everyone!

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  1. Loved seeing everyone’s pics! And now I’m inspired to organize my fridge. Something that I find helpful is to put a list on the outside of the fridge or pantry listing what is in there that is ready to eat. Sometimes on Sundays I’ll cook some extra protein and maybe roast a bunch of veggies. Having them listed somehow makes it easier to make good choices and also can keep from wasting food.

    1. Yes, I have a small magnetic white board on our fridge, listing meals ready to eat with the date each was prepared. Serves several purposes, but for me the primary motivation was to discourage DH from standing with the fridge door open for long periods of time, wondering aloud what was in there.

  2. Congrats and as I look at the offerings in the photo just want to make sure, the dog is a pet, right? 😉