People don’t talk about oxtail stew these days, but it’s a true Primal-worthy classic. With an arguably richer taste than beef and more succulent feel when cooked for stew or soup, oxtail might just become a new favorite. But the real difference (and reason behind the appealing stewed texture) is the ample connective tissue—an incredible source of collagen for the benefit of skin, hair, joint health, performance and more. (Since we used bone broth here in lieu of water or regular stock, this recipe is one of the best you can make for collagen content.) You’ll enjoy warming up with this gelatinous, flavorful and hearty dish on a late winter night. And you might consider making an extra batch: it tastes even better the next day.
Eggs are an easy and nutritious breakfast, but some mornings a plate of eggs just isn’t what your body craves. Viva variety!
These delicious keto breakfasts are either egg-free or include eggs as a minor ingredient. From keto pancakes, muffins and hot cereal to breakfast sausage and keto pizza, keto breakfasts have never tasted so good.
There are few dishes as visually stunning as baby octopus when cooked. Purple-tinged tentacles curl and twist into an eye-catching swirl that looks more like a sculpture in an art museum than a meal on a plate. Grilled baby octopus not only adds char-grilled flavor to the cephalopod, but it also emblazons the flesh with eye-catching grill kisses that add dark, caramelized contrast to the white and lavender meat.
When it comes to food, however, beauty only goes so far. Eventually, you’ve got to stick a fork in it and satisfy your hunger. Either as an appetizer or main course, this recipe for grilled baby octopus is a stunning meal that will please both the eyes and the palate.