Pho Nutty Kitchen Style

Thank you Paul and Shou-Ching for this amazing dish and inspiration from your awesome Perfect Health Diet site. Wonderful ingredients that you’ll need to make this dish: 2 quarts of stock, we used some our duck stock 5 cloves of garlic, sliced 2 inches of fresh sliced ginger 3 cups of whole shiitake mushrooms, we…

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Ćevapi – Croatian Sausage

What a treasure to have my parents visit.  This is a very old, very traditional dish that I grew up with.  A good glass of wine and good company makes this meal even more enjoyable to share.  Tonight my dad made these amazing Cevapi, I loved every bit dad!   Thank you! Ingredients for about…

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Demystify Okra: Okra and Ground Beef in Indian Spices

As promised, we are sharing some tasty ways to prepare wonderful Okra. Most people don’t care for it all that much because it can get a bit slimy…I happen to love Okra in every way, slimy or not. This dish is brought to you by Henry, who wanted to be the first in the line…

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Primal Lengua Estofada: Braised Beef Tongue

We decided to introduce you all to a childhood favorite for both Henry and I, beef tongue.  It is very delicious and you can prepare it in different ways, we decided to make a slightly modified primal version of a classic Filipino dish called Lengua Estofada.  We purchased ours from The Meat Shop, first class…

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Thai Basil Ground Beef

Thai cuisines is one of our favorites. This is a very quick and easy dish to make and was inspired by our friend Joe Thailand in Boston. Joe and his amazing staff used to whip us up the best Thai primal/paleo dishes that you can imagine. Today’s recipe is 100% inspired by The House of…

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Primal Meat Sauce

As many of you know, we had my parents fly in over the weekend with two other couples, so needless to say it was a great weekend, but very busy as they all stayed with us. Lot’s of meat was cooked up in a variety of ways with great veggies. So with that said, Henry…

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Grass-fed Beef Stuffed Bell Peppers

Now that everyone knows how much we love bell peppers, we wanted to share our favorite stuffed bell pepper recipe with you.  Of course we use grass-fed ground local beef. The peppers and eggplant are organic and also locally grown. When choosing your bell peppers make sure to pick shiny crisp ones, not ones that…

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Lomo al Trapo! grass-fed, of course!

Since my husband is Colombian and from Bogotá, he is more than familiar with this absolutely fantastic dish – I, however was not. So on our recent trip to Northern California, we cooked some lomo al trapo together at our friends Rob and Francesca’s house. It is traditionally a Colombian dish and is a beautiful…

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Live-r for life!

Today we wanted to introduce something a little different, an organ meat, or offal that some of you may have never eaten, or perhaps one that you’ve not eaten since your childhood.  We grew up eating calf’s liver, and although it might be an acquired taste for some, we find it to be quite delectable…

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Slow Food: Authentic Hungarian Gulasch

Not everything we cook is fast, but most of it is easy. As most of you know, Henry and I are supporters and members of the Slow Food movement. We believe that it is vitally important to eat right, buy local whenever possible – know where your food and ingredients really come from. With that…

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