This is my favorite way to make a steak: Tender and juicy on the inside with a nice sear on the outside. You will love the fresh flavors in this dish!
Delicious, Italian-inspired salsa over an otherwise simple grilled steak!
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Pork and beef meatloaf with sweet potato and herbs with an almond layer.
How to make the most amazing hamburgers you've ever had - add truffle salt.
Spicy lamb meets the sweetness of dates, tempered by the refreshing coconut-cilantro sauce.
Teriyaki flavored beef jerky!
Tender, tasty, Hanger Steak!
Bibimbap = (cauliflower) rice + beef + veggies + egg. As much fun to eat as it is to say!
Sweet potato, cheesy leeks and a rich beef filling - need I say more?!
Ground Beef Spinach salad topped with sauteed kale and crunchy cashews!
Seared beef filet with pomegranate cabernet reduction sauce and cardamom mashed sweet potato.
A tasty, marinated beef kabob prepared on the grill.
Robust meaty flavors combined with tomatoes and smoky seasoning. This stew is delicious atop of zucchini noodles or cauliflower rice.
Meatballs, Italian style ... all meat and no filler!
Acorn squash stuffed with an easy homemade beef sausage and cooked vegetables. Simple and easy.
Steak and Eggs with a rosemary sweet potato hash
The colors are red, white and green and most of the ingredients are common to Mexican cuisine. In celebration of the Fifth of May, the Battle of Puebla and the love of drinking fermented agave, I bring you this festive salad. Substitute any cooked meat you’d like if you don’t like steak. I topped mine with a pan-fried grassfed New York strip steak sliced thin.
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The ultimate superfood in a cake
Plantains are delicious in this lasagna-esque Latin casserole
This pizza is amazing and has become a favorite in our house
Grilling season is just around the corner! Be prepared with these amazing thai-style short ribs! Super tender, with the perfect balance of sweet and spicy.
what goes well with cinnamon? Apple! What goes well with apple? Almond butter! Put it all together on a burger and you have a sweet, juicy slider like you've never tasted before!
A quick, stir-fry with stew meat.
Take your family South of the Border for dinner tonight - gluten-free style!
A flavorful slow-cooked beef stew with coconut milk, ginger, kaffir lime and lemongrass. Smells as good as it tastes!
Lettuce wraps with shiitake, bamboo shoots and carrots
Delicious and very easy homemade paleo marinara sauce!
Tasty meat pie with juicy tomatoes!
The only sauce and meatball recipe you'll ever need! Easy and delicious traditional plum tomato sauce and beef meatballs
If Mario went paleo, THIS is what he'd want his pal Luigi to bring to the next potluck!
With the addition of coffee, this made a rich, earthy crust that tasted amazing!
quintessential Argentine barbecue: grilled skirt steak with chimichurri sauce
Spicy Sloppy Joes in Butter Bibb Lettuce Bun
These delicious meat & veggie muffins come together quick and freeze very well!
A simple yet delicious Persian inspired cutlet/meat patty that can be eaten warm or cold.
Savory, spicy, comforting beef and veggie chili. Who needs beans?
Spicy warm beef mince & cucumber salad with cashew raita dressing and mint
Texas-style barbecue made at home!
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Burgers gone Italian! Roasted eggplant base, garlic and parsley burger patty, topped with a quick and simple tomato sauce. Deceptively delicious!
When you've some great fatty braising beef, what better than Gulyás? Goulash, Anglicised.
Thai cuisine offers one of the most paleo options in most restaurants. I personally love to cook with fresh Thai herbs and spices with a hint of chilli. These are meatballs with a special Thai twist, if you are sick of meatballs with tomato sauce. Here is the recipe :)
Beef tongue, gently poached and served with a peppery mustard glaze.
Perfect for when your short on time and only have a few ingredients on hand.
A layered pie brimming with ground beef, spices and bacon, topped with whipped sweet potato.
Sear a piece of meat, throw it into a crock-pot with some veggies, herbs and red wine. Leave it alone for 8 hours.
As one of my readers pointed out, this dish is popular in Caribbean cuisine and is often called pinon or pastelon. The plantains and currants add a bit of sweetness which is balanced by the olives and vinegar. Okay, my mouth just watered writing that. If you want to make this, be sure to plan ahead and check what the plantains at your market look like – here they are always super green. You’ll want slightly ripe plantains for this recipe: they should yield gently to pressure and have greenish, yellow skin with some dark spots. If you can’t find achiote powder, paprika is a good substitute.
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