Entree, Main Course

Entrees and main courses appropriate for Real Food, Ancestral, Grain-Free, Weston Price, SCD, GAPS, Paleo, Primal and diets

Recipe: Simple Baked Chicken post image

Sometimes the easiest thing to make for dinner is a simple baked chicken. You can buy already cut up chicken, or you can cut up the whole chicken yourself. It's easier than you think! A pasture raised chicken can be a little tough so I… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Asian Style Baked Flounder post image

Flounder is my go-to fish when I am out of ideas for dinner. It can be dry and boring, unless you cook it with a super tasty sauce. Let me show you how. This is an Asian inspired sauce that uses all my favorite ingredients… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Grilled Grassfed London Broil – Very Tender! post image

Just to break my grill in from the long winter months I thought I would cook a nice piece of london broil. This is a cut that can be tough, especially if it is from a grassfed cow. I'll show you how to make it… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Braised Chicken with Mushrooms, Capers and Artichokes post image

Braising is a cooking technique that is typically used on tougher cuts. The method is to sear the outside of the meat to increase flavor and then slow cook it in liquid. The cooking relies on heat, time, and moisture to break down the tough… Click to Continue →

5 Reasons Why You NEED Real Plans – and a Recipe: Asian Shrimp and Cucumber Salad post image

Are you tired of having to think up new recipes for meals, plan them, list all the ingredients and make sure you have them on hand? Wouldn't it be heavenly for someone to do all that planning for you? Well, it's here. Real Plans –… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Grain Free Rustic Plum Tart (SCD, GAPS, Paleo) post image

For me, Italian plums mark the end of summer – this is their season. Considered a stone fruit – along with peaches, nectarines, apricots and cherries, they are the short lived treats of summer and need to be appreciated while they are available locally. Italian plums… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Chip Steak with Mushroom Gravy (Paleo, GAPS, SCD) post image

I never heard of chip steak before I started to buy meat from my farmer. Apparently it has been around since the 1930's. At that time, paper thin slices were cut from a bottom round that had been frozen. The slices were stacked and served… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Chicken Feet Broth

Recipe: Chicken Feet Broth post image

Chicken feet broth is made by simply adding chicken feet to filtered water with onion, celery and carrots. This makes a nutrient dense, collagen and gelatin rich broth that can be eaten as is, or used as the basis for wonderful soups and gravies. My… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Glazed Pork Chops with Root Vegetables post image

One of the things I love about pork is that it gives you a break from the usual beef, chicken, fish rotation. Of course, you have to get over the knee-jerk reaction that pork is fatty and clogs the arteries. Let's put that to rest… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Grain -Free Kabocha Pizza Crust (Paleo, SCD, GAPS) post image

This is definitely a kid friendly recipe. If you are grain or gluten-free you can easily make your own pizza crust that will satisfy even the pickiest eater! This crust is moist and tasty and your kids will have fun helping you make it! Anything… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Paleo Pot Roast Asian Style post image

This time of year I crave savory braised meat. Instead of starches like pasta, my comfort food has become succulent, slow cooked meat. Pot roast is a basic, go-to meal which may be cooked ahead and reheated, or frozen for a future meal. This makes… Click to Continue →

Recipe: New Year Fritata

Recipe: New Year Fritata post image

New Year's Day is a fun meal in my house. We make a large brunch style meal with lots of egg and fish dishes such as sustainably caught tuna fish, lox from wild salmon and herring. This fritata is my go-to dish to serve to… Click to Continue →

Paleo Moussaka from Grassfed Girl post image

Moussaka is a classic Mediterranean dish thought to have originated in Turkey. It has been adapted many times by the Eastern Europeans, Greeks, Italians, and Americans. The word moussaka has Arabic origins meaning chilled. This dish is usually made with cream/milk and wheat flour but… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Honey Mustard Glazed Ham Roast post image

I've been experimenting with difference cuts of pork and I was pleasantly surprised at how satisfied my family was when they tasted this ham roast. I never cooked a ham before and so I was a little intimidated (Just like when I did the pork… Click to Continue →

Recipe: Slow Cooker Coconut Curried Chicken post image

I'm in love with my slow cooker and I've lately been in love with curry. You may have seen my Curried Egg Salad or my Curried Chicken Salad. Using a slow cooker has to be the most convenient way to cook. And it is oh… Click to Continue →

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