I often think that pork meat is under-appreciated. Religious and ethical reasons are sometimes cited as the reasons for avoiding pork but I think it’s a really fantastic choice of protein that is also very tasty. My rule is to always use very good quality pork meat from free-range pigs, and I can really tell the
Paleo burgers are packed with protein, they are low carb, and budget friendly. We’ve assembled a list of our favourite Paleo hamburger recipes using a range of meats including beef, lamb, chicken, pork, seafood, turkey, kangaroo, and buffalo. If you can’t find good quality grass-fed mince, you can always grind your own using a food processor.
Recipe: Baked Apple & Pork Meatballs Today’s recipe for apple and pork meatballs comes from Monica at The Movement Menu. She has lots of yummy recipes and ideas on her site and was kind enough to share a few with Eat Drink Paleo readers, so you’ll see her name pop up every now and then.
I don’t know if it’s the Olympic/British fever or some kind of food renaissance but I keep seeing Ploughman’s lunch on menus of many trendy cafes in Sydney. Traditionally a pub meal, Ploughman’s lunch is a Brittish cuisine icon originating in the country fields in the late 1800s. It refers to a packed lunch of
Recipe: Pork Loin Roast with Caramelised Apple, Spinach & Horseradish Cream I don’t know why but pork tastes really good with sweet things – think Chinese sticky pork belly, bacon with maple syrup, Christmas roast pork with apple sauce, honey and soy pork chops. My guess it’s because pork meat itself is slightly sweet. For