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There are certain dishes that have near universal appeal. Something about the taste and texture satisfy the senses. People get excited when they see them in the spread. These are the ones destined to become traditions. Spinach dip is one, and this recipe offers what we all want from it—classic taste, healthier ingredients and simple convenience. Can it get any better than three Primal ingredients and five easy minutes of prep? Dig in….
Is there truly anyone who doesn’t love a good meatball? (Vegetarians and vegans exempt here…) Whether you’re cooking for a Primal crowd, a keto crowd, or a kid crowd, you’re covered if you have meatballs. Headed to a party where you know the foraging will be difficult—meatballs are your answer. Bring a platter to share (just be sure to grab yours right away). We love this recipe because it’s just three ingredients, and the meatballs are premade. They’re the perfect last-minute solution to Primal buffets.Read More
Sliders are always a welcome addition to the buffet lineup. A heartier appetizer option, they’re more like a mini meal, which is a relief to those who’ve had their share of typical cocktail fare the last few weeks. Thankfully, this “small bite” is both tasty and satisfying. We especially love the combination of tangy barbecue pulled pork and roasted sweet potato, slightly crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. You’ll never go back to buns again after tasting this version.Read More
Dips make for popular party food, and for good reason. They’re serve yourself friendly, and they pair with everything from breads to cut vegetables. This marinara dip is a zesty break from many of the traditional dip varieties, but the baked goat cheese is creamy and flavorful enough that it’s much more than “just” a dipping sauce. Three ingredients and thirty minutes from start to delicious finish.Read More
The creamed spinach many of us grew up with was too often overdone and underwhelming. It’s a genuine shame because spinach can and should retain its bright and distinct taste in the final dish as well as texture. In this recipe, you’ll find both. Sauteed mushrooms and shallots add nuance to what remains full, fresh flavor.
We’ve used coconut cream here, but use regular dairy or any non-dairy cream you prefer. Serving suggestion: Top with some parmesan, Parmigiano-Reggiano or pecorino at the end for a nice finish. We love this with a juicy beef roast.Read More
Ribeye steaks get lots of love, but there’s something about a ribeye roast that makes for an unforgettable meal. Tender, juicy, marbled to perfection, it’s a main course that’s perfect for anytime, but especially a holiday table.
And we went for the best with this recipe—specifically a ButcherBox grass-fed ribeye roast. Just a few minutes of prep the night before and five ingredients bring out the premium taste of this cut with a beautifully roasted and garnished presentation to wow the guests.Read More