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Chunky Turkey Chili

Chunky Turkey Chili

Chili is usually a cold weather staple, but this version uses chunky summer vegetables, which adds both texture and nutrition. Ground turkey is loaded with protein that when combined with the veggies, makes for a perfectly balanced meal. This makes a great meal for breezy early spring nights when you don’t want something heavy, but a light meal is out of the question. … Continue reading

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Whole Citrus Roasted Turkey

The turkey is always the “big deal” of the Thanksgiving feast, yet many worry that it’s too hard to roast their own whole turkey. This recipe yields delicious, juicy results without a ton of headache and with the fresh, unexpected zestiness of citrus flavors. You’ll be sure to delight the palates of your guests (and yourself!) with this exceptionally mouth-watering bird that is anything but dry. … Continue reading

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Turkey Brine

This recipe is enough to brine up to an 18 pound turkey.  If you have a very large turkey, add ½ cup sea salt for every additional gallon of water needed to fully submerge your bird.  To save room in your refrigerator, you can brine your turkey in doubled up turkey size oven bags or brining bags.  You’ll probably require less brine for this as tying the bags tightly round the turkey brings less brine in contact with more bird. … Continue reading

A white free range chicken.

Meat Labels – What Do They Mean?

I don’t know about you, but I spend a LOT of time at the meat counter at the grocery store.  I love my meat.  We all do, otherwise we probably wouldn’t be Paleo. Not all meats are created equally, though, and they all have different, sometimes confusing labels on them – all natural, organic, grass-fed, free-range, etc.  Instead of just throwing up your hands in confusion and settling for the cheapest option, I want you to be versed in the … Continue reading

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