Instant Pot Beef Stew

meatified – Beef stew is actually one of the earliest food memories that I have. And truth be told, I didn’t exactly love the stuff, since it was on regular rotation on our school’s lunch menu and was simultaneously goopy, yet gristly. I just wrinkled my nose typing that. The fact that it was served with faux,… Read more

Steak Fajita Loaded Sweet Potatoes

PaleOMG - Paleo Recipes
PaleOMG – Paleo Recipes – Stop what you’re doing and go make this recipe. Because it’s delicious. Divine and delicious. And if you’re wondering where to get white sweet potatoes or whatever the hell they are called, I have no clue. I get them at […]… Read more

Five Paleo Dinners To Cook Next Week #45

The Clothes Make The Girl
The Clothes Make The Girl – I have a slightly sore throat and a stuffy head. I just want to eat all the broth-y, comforting things. I cannot get enough bone broth or herbal tea down my throat right now; I’m practically swimming in soothing, warm liquids from the inside out. I thought you might enjoy a culinary cuddle, too. So this […]… Read more

Sous Vide Flat Iron Steak

The Domestic Man
The Domestic Man – A couple months back, I posted my first sous vide recipe, this Sous Vide Salmon. Since then I’ve been enjoying this new technique as a unique way to cook food, especially lean meats, with precise results. A recent favorite has been sous vide steak, as it cooks the steak to an even internal temperature and […]… Read more

Dear Mark: Ground Meat Amino Acid Balance, Casein and Albumin, Heart and CoQ10, and Probiotics

Mark's Daily Apple
Mark’s Daily Apple – For today’s edition of Dear Mark , I’m answering four questions. First, are ground meats actually better for your glycine:methionine ratio, seeing as they contain all sorts of weird bits? Next, are the dairy proteins casein and albumin worth including in one’s protein arsenal? Third, is eating beef heart for its CoQ10 content another example of “eat like for like”? And finally, what’s my take on a recent article in the Atlantic about the futility of commonly-available pro… Read more

Beef and Butternut Squash Stew

Paleo in PDX
Paleo in PDX – October is officially here and it’s truly starting to feel more like fall. With a more noticeable shift in weather this past weekend, it felt like an appropriate time to make a slow cooker stew and eat my first winter squash of the season.…… Read more

Beef Milanesa with Peach Salsa and Spinach

Mark's Daily Apple
Mark’s Daily Apple – I’m Melissa Joulwan, but you can call me Mel. I have a killer recipe for you today. But first, I’ll tell you a little about myself. I’m the author of the paleo cookbooks Well Fed , Well Fed 2 , and the soon-to-be-released Well Fed Weeknights: Complete Paleo Meals in 45 Minutes or Less ( pre-order now !). I also write a blog called MelJoulwan.com (formerly The Clothes Make The Girl), where I write about my triumphs and failures in the kitchen, in the gym, and in life. I’m also a forme… Read more

Onion Soup Brisket with Pan Gravy

Popular Paleo
Popular Paleo – Attention Comfort Food Lovers! I’m bringing you a classic recipe made with junk-free ingredients: onion soup brisket. Served with a silky pan gravy, it puts the perfect finishing touch on this savory beef recipe. I was cruising through Whole Foods again last weekend and found myself at the meat counter. Shocker, I know.  The brisket […]… Read more

Pizza Burgers

Paleo in PDX
Paleo in PDX – Holy cow, I’ve been meaning to share this recipe all summer…oops! Summer somehow slipped by me, though we’ve technically got a couple more weeks. As much as I like fall, I enjoy summer more and I’m not ready to move…… Read more

Grilled Pesto Shrimp Skewers

Paleo Diet Lifestyle | Paleo diet Tips & Recipes – Cover your shrimp in a flavorful pesto and grill them up on a skewer! Remember, skewers aren’t just for beef,…
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