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Cooking In The Woods: Cast Iron Pork Stew Over Fire

VER ESTA RECETA EN Español If there is one thing I love it is homemade meat stews. They are so easy to prepare and so healthy for you. We went up to the mountains to relax and I thought making a stew on the coals of the fire in my Read more…

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Cocinar Con Hierro Fundido Es Estupendo : Incluye Dos Recetas De “Paleo Comfort Foods” Y Mas!!!

  COCINAR CON HIERRO View this post in English El hierro fundido se utiliza en utensilios de cocina, ya que proporciona una gran distribucion y retención de calor. Es ideal para freír o abrasar, y es una gran opción para los guisos de larga cocción. El hierro fundido  desarrollará una Read more…

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Cast Iron Cooking Kickss A** : Featuring Two “Paleo Comfort Foods” Recipes And More!!!

COOKING WITH CAST IRON Cast iron is used in cookware because it has great heat retention and distribution. Cast iron is great for searing 0r frying,and its a great option for long-cooking stews or braised dishes. Cast iron will develop a “non-stick” surface when seasoned properly and they are great Read more…

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Grilled Pork Chops “Jerk Style”

The Caribbean kitchen has always been one of the most attractive in the world to me.   It is characterized by its bold combinations of  spices which result in delicious flavors that are integrated perfectly with one another. Jamaica has many native ingredients that are hard (if possible) to find Read more…

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Paleo Comfort Foods!!

I need to tell y’all about a book, Paleo Comfort Foods. Here is the Foreword that I wrote for the book, check it out and then meet me at the bottom. I’ll bring brownies.   I had an idea for a cookbook. Once. Then a set of circumstances proved to Read more…

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Türlü (Turkish) And Pork Shish Kababs

Türlü (Turkish) vegetable ratatouille   Turlu is a preparation from Erzican in eastern Turkey. My Great Grandmother (from my mom’s side) was originally from Turkey and growing up grandpa used to serve this piping hot for the cold (for mexico) weather. You might find this recipe replicated throughout the Mediterranean Read more…

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The Path to Culinary Bliss: Home Cured Bacon

Watching pigs like these at Coon Rock Farm, eating a diet of roots, acorns, grass, and garden refuse makes me really happy.  Instead of being packed into a cramped, concrete floored barn, these animals appear to be acting as nature intended, and in the process they are creating some of Read more…

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DIY: Maple-Sage Beef Jerky Recipe

Less is more. People tend to over-complicate making beef jerky. I have found that if you’re dealing with good quality meat (ideally grass-fed), when it comes to a marinade, less is more. The very first time I made jerky it was from elk and I basically tossed the meat in some Read more…

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Homemade Corned Beef: A recipe & how-to

In many places around the world brining or corning beef are specialties. In countries like Italy (Bresaola) and Mexico (cecina) many butchers still keep a brine or pickled barrel where they submerge tough cuts of meat for several days to absorb flavors and prolong their keeping time.In fact, Corned beef Read more…

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Recipe: Paleo Banana Bread

Cross-posted from The Paleo Table I have a confession. I love baking. I love the contrast of it. On the one hand I’m making a huge mess but on the other, baking is such a precise, science-y thing. I love the actions of baking: sifting the ingredients, smelling the spices Read more…

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