Ragu alla Bolognese

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… Read More

Paleo Chocolate Mousse Finished

As summer is approaching, our thoughts turn to cool and refreshing desserts, which are often the nemesis of the Paleo eater as they often feel limited to simple items like Fruit and Nuts or just a piece of Dark Chocolate.  At other times, the paleo cook may attempt to create a complex “cheater item” with… Read More

buffalo sausage

Just a quick post to show you something that is super tasty.  Tonight I was making another batch of Ground Buffalo Jerky.  When all the trays were full, I had this little four ounce piece of ground meat left over.  That is for breakfast now! I have found that pan fried ground buffalo and jerky… Read More

tequila dark chocolate and a mandarin orange

An Awesome Quick Paleo Dessert Sometimes its as easy as finding 3 foods that blend perfectly together. Dark 72% Belgian chocolate, an Anejo or Reposado 100% Agave tequila and a ripe mandarin orange. Simple, elegant and and a perfect blending of 3 different and unique flavors that complement each other well. Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2011-2012… Read More

Paleo Posole

Posole is an ancient traditional pre-Columbian soup or stew from Mexico often found in the regions of Sinaloa, Michoacán, Guerrero, Jalisco, Morelos, México and the Distrito Federal.  It is traditionally made with pork or chicken and always includes hominy or maize, a large corn type grain.  As the hominy cooks in the stew it begins… Read More