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Paleo Ragu Alla Bolognese

Paleo Ragu Alla Bolognese

November 8, 2013 1 Comment

To make a Northern Italian meat sauce, many people, especially untrained American-Italian restaurant chefs, head down the wrong path by trying to doctor up a tomato-heavy sauce like marinara, with some meat and garlic, and call it good. Bolognese, originating from Bologna, in Northern Italy, is the complete opposite. It’s lot’s of different meats, with […]

PALEO LIFE December 5, 2012 Balanced Bites Invades Tacoma Strength. Part 1 I Cook Dinner For Her

PALEO LIFE December 5, 2012 Balanced Bites Invades Tacoma Strength. Part 1 I Cook Dinner For Her

December 5, 2012 No Comments

Have I told you that I love my day job? Well I do! As many of you know, part of the work I do is as Hero Support for Tacoma Strength and Conditioning, a CrossFit style gym in Tacoma, Washington. I work with gym members interested in learning about Paleo cooking and adopting a clean […]

PALEO LIFE December 4, 2012: Pan-Fried Grass Fed Beef Liver With Sauteed Onions, Apples and Sage

PALEO LIFE December 4, 2012: Pan-Fried Grass Fed Beef Liver With Sauteed Onions, Apples and Sage

December 4, 2012 1 Comment

Last week I got a call from the guys over at GrassFedDirect.com looking for help with a little situation they had. When they placed their last butcher order, they requested the liver be delivered in one pound containers. Instead, it had shown up whole & frozen! Now, if you don’t know much about meat cutting, […]

PALEO LIFE Nov 15 2012 – Portabella Stuffed Turkey Breast – Vuelve A La Vida’s Birria De Chivo – Grass Fed Beef Breakfast Sausage

PALEO LIFE Nov 15 2012 – Portabella Stuffed Turkey Breast – Vuelve A La Vida’s Birria De Chivo – Grass Fed Beef Breakfast Sausage

November 16, 2012 1 Comment

Thursday was a crazy, busy day of appointments and errands including a super fun annual trip to the eye doctor followed up with food shopping with severely dilated eyes. Good Times! Yes, there really is nothing quite like getting your eyeball touched by a needle and then strong puffs of air blown into it to […]

PALEO LIFE Nov 14, 2012 Cheating At Corina – SousVide Pork Belly Porcetta – Braised Oxtail With Chorizo

PALEO LIFE Nov 14, 2012 Cheating At Corina – SousVide Pork Belly Porcetta – Braised Oxtail With Chorizo

November 15, 2012 2 Comments

I’m preparing a special Paleo dinner this Friday night. Wednesday was spent shopping and cooking for that meal. It was also my “cheat” day. Though I don’t have them often, when stopping off at Cornina Bakery for a cup of coffee, I just couldnt say no to a generous slice of homemade Pork Sausage and […]

PALEO LIFE Nov 13, 2012 SousVide – Montreal Spice – GrassFedDirect – New Cooking Toy – Kombucha

PALEO LIFE Nov 13, 2012 SousVide – Montreal Spice – GrassFedDirect – New Cooking Toy – Kombucha

November 13, 2012 1 Comment

This morning Q had middle school jazz band practice at 715am. To get her ready to rock the Rhumba on her drumset, I quickly took the last New York Steak that I had dunked in the SousVide Supreme this past weekend, thin sliced it and fried it up in bacon fat with some super fresh […]

I LOVE STEAK! – THE GREAT STEAK GAME NOW ON FACEBOOK!

I LOVE STEAK! – THE GREAT STEAK GAME NOW ON FACEBOOK!

April 11, 2011 2 Comments

I Love Steak!  Do YOU Love Steak? Well, if you love steak, AND are on Facebook, then “ATTEND”  The Great Steak Game, being played now on a Profile near you.  Click the link, then do the following: Support EATING MEAT by changing your profile picture to Steak and play the Great Steak Game! Follow Step […]

THE MEAT SHOP OF TACOMA

THE MEAT SHOP OF TACOMA

March 31, 2011 3 Comments

Earlier this week I made it out to The Meat Shop of Tacoma.  Aside from the two (not one!) flat tires I got somewhere along the journey, the rest of the trip was a success!  I was already familiar with their products from perusing their website numerous times, but until now had not had the […]

PALEO CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE

PALEO CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE

March 25, 2011 2 Comments

If you are looking at this recipe post, it must be close to St. Patrick’s Day.  Which is funny, because Corned Beef and Cabbage is not originally an Irish dish.  In Ireland peasants used to serve cured bacon joints with their cabbage and potatoes as beef was too valuable and only used for milk production.  […]

THE BRINING OF THE BEEF – A PALEO EXPERIMENT

THE BRINING OF THE BEEF – A PALEO EXPERIMENT

March 18, 2011 7 Comments

So it’s Friday March 18th, the day after St Patrick’s day.  There wasn’t a recipe post yesterday, because like all good Irish-Americans here in Tacoma with an “O” and an apostrophe in their last names, I was at Doyle’s, an Irish Pub, celebrating my heritage.  Traditionally, a “Very O’Hanlon St. Patrick’s Day”  is filled with […]

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Paleo Ragu Alla Bolognese

To make a Northern Italian meat sauce, many people, especially untrained American-Italian restaurant chefs, head down the wrong path...