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Liver Sausage and Eggs-3

Liver Sausage and Eggs

If you’re not a fan of the strong taste of liver, this recipe will help you get the nutrients in a delicious way. Made of a combination of ground pork, beef, and liver, these sausages have the right amount of seasoning. Paired with eggs fried in olive oil, this breakfast is a filling combo of protein and fat. The sausage patties can be made in advance and stored in the refrigerator until ready to be cooked. … Continue reading

Mediterranean Beef and Liver Roasted Eggplant-2

Mediterranean Beef and Liver Roasted Eggplant

Organ meats such as liver are extremely nutritious, but have a distinctive taste and smell that takes some getting used to. Mixing it in with beef can help you train your palate to like it, and this recipe makes easy. This recipe is made of mostly beef, but feel free to use more or less liver to suit your tastes. Your butcher should grind the liver for you, but if not, you can process it in a food processor. … Continue reading

Herb Crusted Beef and Offal Meatballs with Braised Greens

Herb Crusted Beef and Offal Meatballs with Braised Greens

Organ meats, or offal, are an excellent source of nutrients, but they have a strong flavor that takes some getting used to. The easiest way to make them a regular part of your diet is to mix them with ingredients that you love, such as these meatballs. These are made with a combination of ground beef and beef liver, and then crusted in dried herbs before being baked under high heat. They’re then served with hearty, bacon-braised greens that make … Continue reading

Beef and Sweet Potato Casserole

Beef and Sweet Potato Casserole

As the weather cools down, comfort food like casseroles are what we crave. Most casseroles, unfortunately, aren’t exactly Paleo-friendly with starchy ingredients and cheese. This one, full of seasonal veggies and hearty ground beef, is healthy, filling, and delicious. A sprinkling of almonds adds that crunch factor you usually get from breadcrumbs or broiled cheese. … Continue reading

Vegetable Beef Chili

Vegetable Beef Chili

This easy chili recipe is full of flavor, but also a healthy dose of vegetables. It’s a great way to use up your late summer veggies while still enjoying a taste of fall. Like most chili recipes, this one gets more flavorful as time goes on, so don’t be afraid to make it a day or two in advance. … Continue reading

Ginger Beef and Noodle Stir Fry

Ginger Beef and Noodle Stir-Fry

This quick and easy beef stir-fry is a great way to use up an abundance of summer zucchini. When cut into noodles and stir-fried, you’ll think you’re eating your favorite noodle dish from your local takeout place. Don’t skip the step of salting your zucchini or you’ll have soggy noodles. … Continue reading

Paleo Meat Loaf-web

Paleo Meatloaf with Tomato Glaze

This meatloaf is simple to make and easy to customize with your favorite seasonings. What makes it stand apart from most recipes, however, is that instead of baked in a loaf pan, the meat is simply formed into a loaf by hand and baked on a baking sheet. This allows to fat to drain away from the meat, which avoids the sogginess you sometimes get with a loaf pan. … Continue reading


Kickin Steak Fajitas

Serve up these spicy little numbers on large leafy greens such as chard, lettuce, cabbage, collards or napa cabbage leaves, or wrapped up with our Paleo plantain tortillas. This dish also makes una salada excellente when served atop a bed of organic salad greens and drizzled with our Creamy Cilantro Avocado Dressing (coming soon!). The possibilities are quite endless...Viva Fajitas Paleo! ¡Arriba arriba! … Continue reading

Chipotle Burgers with Grilled Sweet Potatoes

Chipotle Burgers with Grilled Sweet Potatoes

Summertime brings a lot of fun in the sun, but it also means cookout season has arrived once again. While there are plenty of Paleo friendly cookout dishes, sometimes all you want is a cheeseburger on a bun, which of course, is a big no-no when it comes to Paleo eating. While the burger is the best part of the sandwich, it can get boring after awhile, which is where this recipe comes in. Fresh, grass fed beef mixed with … Continue reading