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January 16, 2018

Primal Cooking Point: Game Day Eats

By Mark Sisson

Inline_Food_Nutrition_Live-Awesome-645x445-01Anybody having a Super Bowl (or playoffs) party? There’s still plenty of time before the big event(s) to plan an awesome Primal spread.

I have a few suggestions from the MDA recipe archives and our Primal Kitchen® blog. By the way, if you haven’t checked that out, you’ll find lots of great recipes there (as well as other news and deals). Here are four of my favorites game day dishes….

Share your menu plans below (I’m always looking for new ideas)—and who you’re rooting for. Enjoy, everybody!

Bacon Guacamole with Cheddar Chips


Jicama Beef Tacos

(From Roxann Lewis, author of Eat Pretty Food and a certified Primal Health Coach!)


Ancho Chile Shredded Beef Tacos

ancho chile

Buffalo Ranch Chicken Stuffed Jalapeños with Bacon

(From George Bryant of Civilized Caveman Cooking)



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Elizabeth Resnick
2 months 4 days ago

Wow…thanks for the great recipes! I am rooting for the Eagles and will probably make my Buffalo Chicken Dip…I just cook organic chicken breast in the crockpot with a blob of Kerrygold butter. Shred it and add a ton of Frank’s Red Hot and melt in some organic cream cheese. Serve with siiced jicama. Totally keto and primal friendly, and can switch ingredients a bit to make it non dairy too.

2 months 4 days ago

I always make sure I have a meal planned after reading your blog. The recipes are so enticing…

John Wilder
2 months 4 days ago

Looks really great. I accidently made Enchilada Stir Fry last night. Stir fry beef cooked in enchilada sauce. Goes great on eggs . . . mmmm

2 months 4 days ago


Do you think it is safe to use parchment paper or wax paper in baking? It looks like there are some scary things used to make these conveniences.