beef Archive

Cottage Pie (AIP, Paleo)

It doesn’t get more comforting than a creamy casserole like shepherd’s pie, or its cousin “cottage pie” – which is what it is properly called with made with ground beef instead of lamb. Yes, I’m a stickler on that point. Why the heck would a shepherd be

Easy Paleo Beef Stroganoff (AIP)

Long before I adopted a grain and dairy free diet, I fell in love with beef stroganoff and tinkered with a recipe until I had a foolproof method for making a single skillet version of it that was quick and easy for weeknight meals. Only recently, with

Store Bought Bone Broth – When you don’t want to make your own!

Store bought bone broth? Just a couple of years ago the only way to consume the nourishing concoction some call the “elixir of life” was to make it yourself. Today there is a dizzying array of options, both in stores and by mail order, making it easy for

Garlic Rosemary Oxtail Stew (Paleo, AIP, SCD)

Way back in 2013, shortly after I started this blog, I created and shared a recipe for rosemary and garlic braised oxtail. I gushed about how delicious it was and what a great use of a cheap cut of beef it was, kicking off a series of

Paleo Sesame Short Ribs with Thai Sunbutter Sauce (Instant Pot)

With its heavy use of soy and peanuts, Thai food takes some manipulating to make it fit the paleo eating template. Fortunately, coconut aminos and sunflower seed butter make terrific substitutes! This recipe is not an exact recreation of any specific Thai dish, but instead a riff on

Paleo Grilled Beef Sirloin Tips, plus a review of ButcherBox subscription service

Grassfed meat… It’s better for our health, it’s better for the environment. What’s not to love? Unfortunately, a great deal. It can be difficult to find if you don’t have access to specialty markets and once you do locate it, it usually costs much more than conventionally

Bubbe’s Brisket from The New Yiddish Kitchen

Jewish paleo food sounds like an impossible oxymoron but this new cookbook proves that you can stay grain-free and still nosh on all your old favorites – even bagels! The New Yiddish Kitchen is a joint effort of Simone Miller, chef and owner of Zenbelly Catering and author

Ginger Beef Stir-Fry from Ditch The Wheat

Three simple words: ditch the wheat. After battling health issues for many years, in 2010 a doctor suggested to Carol Lovett that she try doing that and it changed her life forever. She created a popular blog using that phrase as its name, and this week is

Braised Beef Chuck Roast with Garlic and Rosemary (Instant Pot)

While I appreciate a fancy steak as much as the next person, if given the choice I will pick a simple chuck roast any day, especially since I discovered how incredibly flavorful and tender the humble cut can be when braised with flavorful herbs. This economical cut benefits

My Favorite Paleo Things of 2015

It’s almost time to turn the page on another year! 2015 was a great year to “be paleo” – in large part because the definition of what that means is evolving with the times and no longer focuses on a strict list of yes and no foods
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