The Foodee Project » modrss - Article Feed Search our paleo and primal recipes to create your weekly grocery lists. Wed, 07 Jan 2015 21:18:33 +0000 hourly 1 Cashew Crusted Seared Ahi Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Cashew Crusted Seared AhiYou know how people always say not to go grocery shopping hungry? Tonight I stopped by Trader Joe’’s on the way home from Crossfit for some butternut squash, and this is what happened instead... Not bad if you ask me! I have been wanting to make some ahi for a while, but the cost has always been an unfortunate deterrent. I found this frozen ahi at Trader Joe’’s for $4.69/ pound with two large ahi steaks per package. At that price, even my tight graduate student budget can fit it in! Good thing, because this gourmet paleo recipe is soooo tasty you can bet that I will be making it often. Easy enough to make in a post-workout coma, glamorous enough to impress a hot date! ]]> Silky Gingered Zucchini Soup Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Silky Gingered Zucchini SoupFast and easy to make... super-creamy, but dairy free! This is a big dose of vegetables in the form a bowl full of hugs. ]]> Fresh Rosemary Oregano Pork with Grilled Tomatoes Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Fresh Rosemary Oregano Pork with Grilled TomatoesThis rosemary oregano pork with grilled tomatoes is a great dish to serve during a summer backyard bbq with friends. What I really like about this dish is you can use your own garden fresh herbs. Rosemary and oregano are easy to grow and their earthy flavor is a great compliment to the pork. ]]> Osso Bucco Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Osso BuccoJust so you know and can pretend like you knew all along when you cook this for your friends,Osso Bucco is a Milanese dish. The name means “bone with a hole” or “hollowed bone” which refers to the veal shank bone with a large and tasty marrow filling. By braising (slow cooking) the meat this tough but tasty cut of meat will become super tender and taste almost like butta. This is a great dish to make if you have friends coming over ’’cause you can pop it in the oven and forget about it for a couple of hours. The more you cook it the more tender it becomes. ]]> Curry Chicken Satay and Garlic Broccoli Stir-Fry Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Curry Chicken Satay and Garlic Broccoli Stir-FrySkewers! I could take my kids’’ least favorite food, stick it on a skewer, and they would gobble it up like a birthday dinner. This summer, I’’ve spent a lot of time experimenting with paleo-friendly marinades and sauces for grilled items. Surprise, surprise... this one with Indian flavors has risen above the others as a family favorite. My oldest daughter is not crazy about cooked vegetables... except for this stir-fry. She can make an entire meal out of the garlic broccoli alone!, ]]> Polpette di carne e zucchini Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Polpette di carne e zucchiniSimple “spaghetti” and meatballs, the perfect Italian comfort food with a twist: zucchini sliced into ribbons to replace the pasta. Outstanding on its own but if you’re having a family get-together, or a band of friends charging over, then add in a platter of antipasti and a big crispy salad with garlicky lemon vinaigrette. And wine! Maybe Chianti, Pinot Noir, or a big spicy Zinfandel. ]]> Slow Roasted Seabass with Swiss Chard Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Slow Roasted Seabass with Swiss ChardThis is a dish I made recently for a dinner party I catered and it went down a treat, so to speak. This one is really for the guys but you ladies can also give it a go if you want. Guys, if you’’re looking to impress your missus or simply find yourself one, this dish will do the trick. It’’s fool proof. I promise you. You’’ll definitely get some good brownie points and to finish off why not make the dessert I also made for the same party here. If this all goes according to plan you might get breakfast in bed. I have that covered too. Happy Days! ]]> Tender Lemon-Parsley Brisket Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Tender Lemon-Parsley BrisketThere’s no shortage of braised brisket recipes out there, each claiming to be the tastiest way to coax a tough piece of meat into a tender, melt-in-your-mouth meal. Most of these recipes are very good, but they also tend to be very similar. The meat cooks in some blend of wine/tomatoes/broth (and often, a sweet sauce of some sort from a jar) and then emerges hours later smothered in a thick, rich coating. This recipe for Lemon-Parsley Brisket gives brisket a makeover, changing the flavor entirely. Lemon is so often used with fish and poultry that it might seem like an odd choice for a big chunk of red meat. It turns out to be the perfect accent though, adding a light, zesty flavor to every bite. Combine the lemon – both its juice and zest – with a generous amount of garlic and loads of fresh, bright green parsley and you’ll experience brisket in an entirely new way. Sure, it’s still a hearty roast with layers of crispy, fatty, tender meat, but the overall flavor is light and fresh. ]]> Roasted Garlic and Butternut Squash Mash Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Roasted Garlic and Butternut Squash MashRoasted butternut squash with a hint of garlic. ]]> Bison Sweet Potato Chili Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Bison Sweet Potato ChiliIt’s a little sweet, packs a punch of heat, and warms the soul – especially when it’s raining and you’re slightly emotional… ]]> Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 ]]> Yellow Curry Meatballs and Kale Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:15:15 +0000 Yellow Curry Meatballs and KaleSpicy yet comforting, this Thai-inspired soup is easy to make and easy on your budget. Whole30 compliant. ]]>