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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.  […]

NORCAL MARGARITAS

NORCAL MARGARITAS

March 19, 2011 4 Comments

One great recent Paleo beverage discovery is a NorCal Margarita.  Tequila is fermented agave cactus juice, which makes it gluten and starch free.  Rum may also work well here.  This drink is wonderful for a few reasons.  Lime juice blunts the insulin response of the alcohol, maintaining your precious and hard-earned insulin sensitivity.  The lime […]

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 […]

Paleo Ragu Alla Bolognese

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