If you are a meat eating human like myself and you have not made an attempt to find the best steak possible, I suggest you start right now by checking out the following recipe that originated way back in 1837! I came across this about 10 months ago while trying to find a classic American recipe that had some originality and flare. I have always loved cooking outdoors over a wood fire. When I learned about Delmonico’s steak and the simplicity of this recipe thats over 150 yrs old I knew I had to give it a shot. Delmonico’s Restaurant is world famous and over the years they have served several distinguished guests including Abraham Lincoln whose supposed favorite was the Nutmeg Potatoes and Ribeye Steak. This legendary steak has a great concept using a choice cut of meat seasoned with salt, basted with butter while flame grilled over a wood fire. The steak is served with a clear gravy and mashed potatoes seasoned with nutmeg. [Read more…]
Arugula is probably one of my favorite greens. There is something about that peppery taste that I LOVE and I was excited to try out a pesto with arugula as the base. All of the flavors of this spinach and salmon salad blend together so well and it’s a wonderful light and fresh summer meal for lunch or dinner.
A few days ago was my dad’s 72nd birthday and I made him his absolute favorite all time dinner but of course it was all made Paleo! We cooked up some Fried Chicken from Paleo Comfort Foods, an Apple Tart from Elana’s Pantry (If you haven’t yet, GET ELANA’S NEW BOOK) and with my jar o’ Duck Fat from the amazing, wonderful, not sure how I lived without them before Fatworks folks I made mashed white sweet potatoes that nearly made us all cry a tear of joy because they were so darn delicious! Oh, and don’t forget easy. They are EASY and my kids ate them with big slurps as if I had never fed them before. I made the potatoes again yesterday so we could get a picture for the blog. Yes, I swear that’s the only reason, just for the picture, not for any other selfish reason like I wanted to eat them again or anything like that. Ok, now go get your hands on some Fatworks Duck Fat (yes, you can sub with boring old butter or ghee if you don’t have duck fat but trust me, it’s worth the wait if you have to order some) and MAKE THESE POTATOES!
Note from Sarah: We recently introduced Rachel as part of our EverydayPaleo team. You can learn more about her on the about page.
As all of you moms and dads out there can imagine, most of my mornings consist of me rushing around the house getting kids dressed, making lunches and trying to get some food in everyone’s bellies before we all head out of the house for the day. During the week breakfast normally looks like scrambled eggs and fruit in multiple varieties, because let’s face it, it’s fast and easy. Thankfully everyone in my house likes scrambled eggs so I don’t get many complaints, but when the weekend rolls around I take advantage of the extra time we all have together and try to make something more special and fun and…well…YUMMY! [Read more…]
I had NO idea what to call this dish so I’ll blame my creativity lapse on my lack of brain power thanks to finally finishing the Family Cookbook, therefore; all I could come up with was Roasted Eggplant Stacks, which is admittedly a lame name but it does the job. The dish tasted super yummy so that’s all that really matters, right? What’s the Shakespeare line? “What’s in a name…”
I have mentioned before that John’s grandpa was from the Philippines and for his family; Filipino food was a staple. I have created a paleo version of one of John’s favorite dishes before, and you can find my Paleo Pancit recipe here.
Today’s post is about Chicken Adobo. Adobo is an extremely popular Filipino dish and the other night I made a super fast version of this yummy meal using coconut aminos instead of the standard soy sauce and the end result was delicious!
So maybe it will take you a little bit longer than two minutes; but this salad was crazy fast to make and crazy good to eat! If you already have eggs hardboiled, and your chopping skills are refined, this might just be the fastest meal you’ve ever made – and tasty too!!