Pumpkin Curry Soup

This soup can be served chilled or hot. The ingredients are so complimentary to each other and the curry and ginger lift the flavor profile to something almost floral. You can finish it with some crispy bacon, or labne or your favorite herb. Ingredients for a big pot of soup that serves 6 – 8…

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Tomatillo Saffron Shrimp

YUMM!!! This dish is Mexican inspired, so clean, so fresh tasting a perfect meal after a long hard day with plenty of protein and fabulous saucy veggies. My husband’s running the Ragnar race this weekend, thus I am alone with my visiting mom and dad…they Loooove Shrimp, so here we go. ­čÖé Feeds 3. What…

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The non-green Side: Dried Apricot & Prune Saute

Let’s face it, we are not always in the mood for ultra greens, such as swiss chard or broccoli. Once in a while it’s very nice to make something a little different – something that enhances a flavor such as perfectly cooked chicken breast. Every single one of our meals has a green factor, whether…

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Rosemary Roasted Sunchokes

Today we would like to introduce an oldie, but a goodie, the Sunchoke.┬á It is commonly known as “Jerusalem Artichoke“, but is actually a native of the United States.┬á Surprisingly enough, it is a species of sunflower and is classified as a tuber.┬á The taste varies in preparation.┬á If peeled and eaten raw it most…

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Fishhugger’s Leg o’ Lamb

If you’ve been reading our posts for the past few months then you’ve seen the name Fishhuggers, I am sure. We’ve never told you how we met them and why we love Kenny and Brenna, aka The Fishhuggers. Part of eating Primal and Paleo is to eat only sustainable foods. Foods that are natural and…

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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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Ginger Smoked Pulled Pork

What can I say, we love pork. Not going to get into a bunch of food wisdom or any other great write-up today, enjoy a just a recipe. We had this dish a few days ago as lettuce wraps and they were amazing! You could cook your own pork and pull it, but if you…

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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.┬á 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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Seafood Friday Night Dinner: Shrimp Diablo

We all love our meats, but we do need to mix it up once in a while. With that said, I want to share our Shrimp Diablo dish with you. It is hot and spicy just like its name implies. But the sweetness of the shrimp and cream evens the taste out to angelic delights.…

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Super Moist Chicken Breast

Pan Roasted Chicken Breast, moist every time! Ingredients 4 Chicken breast tenderized 1/4 cup Coconut oil 1 pinch Sea salt to taste 1 pinch Black pepper to taste 1/4 cup Water Instructions In a high-rimmed sautee pan, heat coconut oil on high and place chicken breasts in hot oil, salt, pepper and brown each side…

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