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Grass fed animals have eaten nothing but their mother’s milk and fresh grass from the time they were born. Organic certification means the meat is hormone free which makes it much better for you. I am proud to partner with KOL Foods to create recipes using their high quality meat, chicken and fish and support the vision of an honest and sustainable food chain. If you have questions about the recipes in this category, feel free to reach out to me; @ysilver on Twitter.

organic paleo chicken marbella

Chicken Marbella Five Ways

August 2, 2016 | 2 Comments

I don’t hide my love of a good roast chicken dinner!  The chicken with roasted beets and kale recipe I shared two years ago is one of the most popular chicken dishes I’ve shared to date but if you’re looking for a chicken dish that will impress keep reading.  Chicken Marbella is an easy  chicken...

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Slow Roasted Duck

December 27, 2015 | 1 Comments

Last week, I got a friendly reminder email from my good friends at KOL Foods who kindly supplied the duck for this recipe.  This recipe was due and I panicked a little. I think I replied to that email saying something along the lines of “Crap… I’ll...

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Quick & Easy Salmon Curry

October 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Growing up on the coast, we would eat a lot of fish.  Cod, halibut or plaice were often served for lunch at school, or dinner at home.  These light and flavorful fish are excellent choices for the British classic, Fish and Chips too.  Salmon, however, was always a...

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How To Spatchcock A Chicken

August 21, 2015 | 1 Comments

Before last week, I’d never spatchcocked anything.  Not a turkey, nor a chicken, but I did know that this technique that is a nice way of saying “removing the backbone and laying the bird flat” is always a winning recipe. By laying the bird flat, it cooks evenly and stays moist.  Even the breast. A...

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Turkey isn’t just for Thanksgiving.  Especially when you wrap it in bacon. Turkey legs are a great thing to keep in the freezer to add flavor to split pea soup, stocks or stews, but other than grilling or roasting them, I don’t do much else with them.  This recipe is one for everyone you know...

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If you are following me on Facebook, you might have learned about the foods I’m cutting out of my diet for 90 days.   Some see this as an exclusion list but for every food I can’t eat, I see dozens that I can still enjoy. I don’t take issue with a 90 day cleanse...

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A large turkey will serve a crowd and it’s perfect for a make-ahead, slow cooker dinner.  For years, we have exclusively chosen turkey for Thanksgiving, or perhaps a large Passover gathering, but now, we’re serving it more and more. A few years ago I shared a recipe for turkey breast stuffed with apricots and quinoa which...

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Paleo kosher sweet potato bacon salad

Sweet Potato & Bacon Salad

January 19, 2015 | 2 Comments

Have you ever eaten something, paused, and thought how your palette will never be the same again?  Wondered how throughout the years, no one had shared these flavors with you?  Realized in an instant, that this is a dish that you would serve over and over again? That feeling is rare.  But I found it....

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