Episode 10 of This Week in Paleo Porn.
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Hey, everybody, Marla Sarris from Paleo Porn here! And we’ve been super busy doing stuff this week but I wanted to stop, pause and tell you what you may have missed This Week In Paleo Porn. Let’s get to it!
So we had the Fed Up! movie night at our house and we had a lot of people. It was a super, awesome movie and I want to tell you so much more about it, but I’m going to wait and do that next week.
In terms of food, this week you missed…Chicken Vesuvio. This is like, a chicken recipe (duh!). It’s something you’ll find regularly in Chicago or around the Chicagoland area. I remember growing up we would have it at parties all the time. It would be the thing that was catered or my mom would make it. I decided to make Chicken Vesuvio and I also made it for Jill Morris, from Jilz Gluten Free when we were out in Ventura and they loved it! So I got some good feedback and since they enjoyed it I was ready to post it on the site, so now you can make it too.
This week we’ve also got Turmeric Pickled Eggs which is the first time I’ve pickled anything, actually. And it was super easy and fun because the eggs, they get golden colored thanks to the turmeric. So when you slice into it, for however long you let them sit in the pickling liquid, you’ll have a golden ring around the eggs but the longer you let it sit, the longer it soaks in so it gets even more golden until it gets to the yolk. But I only let it sit for a little bit and I really enjoyed them. They’re a good snack, you can add them on the top of your salads, and they last for (you know) a bit because they’re hard boiled eggs and with a little kick, thanks to the turmeric and the jalapeño peppers. But, they’re not spicy so you don’t need to leave them out if you’re not a spicy-kinda-eating person.
The third recipe we’ve got on Paleo Porn this week is Jill’s Gluten Free Paleo Bread. And this is made using flaxseed meal and we’ve got two different kinds of flaxseed meal. There is regular flaxseed meal and there’s golden flaxseed meal. So you can use either one and I would definitely choose the organic flaxseed meal, whether you go with regular or golden. The result is the difference in the color of the bread. When you use the regular flaxseed meal, you get a darker shade of bread and it’s got a green tint to it so maybe good for Shamrock day (What is it?)… St. Patrick’s Day. It would be a good recipe to make for St. Patrick’s Day. It’s really good, and you can leave it in the fridge and it lasts for a week or two and you can freeze it! The golden flaxseed meal gives you a lighter shade of bread. The golden also has a lighter taste as opposed to the regular. So you’ve got a couple varieties and you can have Paleo bread and it’s tasty.
One more recipe that I made this week that I wanted to tell you about is Crock Pot Lemon Pork Sirloin. I got my pork sirloin from U.S. Wellness Meats so I now that it was pasture-raised and from a great place and raised properly. So you should check that out. It is a crock pot recipe and I actually let it sit longer than I said on the site cuz I started it earlier in the day and then I went to sleep so it kind of was in the crock pot for 14 hours. But, it was totally fine because when you use the pan juices, it brought it back to life after you served it. I mean it didn’t die, I mean it was already dead but it wasn’t super dry (is what I want to tell you) after 14 hours. So you can let it go for, I wouldn’t let it go longer than 14 hours, but, yeah, do like 10-12 hours in the crock pot and you’ve got a nice juicy pork sirloin that you can serve. And I used my fresh rosemary from my garden, which is dwindling down because when we left nobody watered it since there was no one here to water it.
That’s all I’ve got for you in terms of recipes this week. Next week I’m going to talk to you all about the stuff that’s been going on the last two weeks in terms of Fed Up the movie and I had a doctors appointment and all the fun that surrounded me going to see the doctor.
I hope you have a fantastic weekend and I will talk to you next week.