Shepherd’s Paleo Pie, deconstructed. I like to take traditional recipes and deconstruct them. It started a few years back when I began trying to explore how and why certain tastes work together and how ingredients and elements added earlier or later or not at all, change an entire dish. This is a classic example. What… Read more Shepherd’s Paleo Pie
Pan Grilled Albacore Tuna Steak So a few weeks back our local Kroger had a gang of wild caught Albacore Tuna steaks on sale for $2.99 a pound. As you can imagine, we then had Albacore Tuna steaks occupying much space in the fridge/freezer. As usual, I really had no idea on how best to… Read more Pan Grilled Albacore Tuna Steak
Friday Afternoon Reading A FEW ARTICLES TO GET YOU THROUGH THAT FRIDAY AFTERNOON SLUMP, WHEN, LET’S FACE IT, WE ALL KNOW YOU AREN’T ACTUALLY GOING TO GET ANYTHING PRODUCTIVE DONE. Is it possible that the overall “softness” of modern food is at least somewhat to blame for orthodontic issues? What if Georgians increased their… Read more Friday Afternoon Reading Love Links round-up for March 18, 2016
Quick Pork Sausage from Ground Pork So we have some 160+ pounds of Pork in the freezer. I decided not to do any cured meat on this go round. So no bacon, no sausage, no cured hams. It was kind of a personal thing, I would just rather be 100% in control of what is… Read more Quick Pork Sausage from Ground Pork
So Christmas came late this year at the Country Boy household. If you’ve read a few of my other posts you’ll remember that we’ve been anxiously awaiting the arrival of a new resident of the freezer. Due to the rather off weather this year and a whole host of other factors, our piggy had a… Read more Pork for Days! or the Porcine Procurement
What can you do right NOW? Quick start 6 step guide to start reclaiming a Heritage/Paleo-esque way of eating and living. Talk to someone who was alive during the Great Depression and ask them about how they ate growing up and when they first encountered a grocery store as we know it. Bonus points if they… Read more Quick Start 6 Step Guide to Heritage Eating
So, in my freezer, on the very bottom shelf you will find plastic baggies. Plastic baggies filled with bones. All sorts of bones, some small, smaller than a finger, others quite large, not much smaller than a femur. Do I risk alerting the authorities to some heinous crimes committed? If you think yes, you probably… Read more Let’s Talk About Bags of Bones, Bone Broth and Eating Nose To Tail
So fire. Fire, the thing that makes us distinctly human. The control of it anyway. Their is not a one of us who doesn’t get lost in the campfire flames. Whose mind doesn’t start wandering within the dance of the embers? It is no wonder fire has been a part of the human race, as… Read more Grilling…Smoking…Cooking over an open flame.