Friday, April 9, 2010

Paleo Quiche

Just finished making this, which went over extremely well. My wife, who had been getting tired of eggs lately loved it, and my children requested that make it much more often. It is very simple and since my camera is out of commission at the moment, the next time I make it I will take pictures of it for some food porn.

2 pounds pork sausage
11 eggs
7-8 ounces coconut milk

Heat the oven to 350. Brown the sausage. Beat the eggs. Add the coconut milk and browned sausage with the sausage grease to the beaten eggs and mix together. Pour into a 9x11 glass pan and bake for 30 minutes.

I was afraid the coconut milk would make it taste like coconut, but there was just a hint of flavor and it filled everyone up very well.

The eggs and sausage were actually gotten from a good friend of ours who has a small farm. We were pleasantly surprised when she loaded my wife down two weeks ago with farm-fresh eggs and 3 pounds of pork sausage from one of their pigs. The eggs are wonderful and the sausage is to die for. The last pound is being saved for a special occasion.

Sweet Primal Pumpkin Curry

Curry is an excellent go-to meal for anyone, but especially those following the Primal/Paleo lifestyle. Full of flavor, fresh ingredients, and yes, there is little protein in this dish, but if that worries you, just sauté some chicken/beef/mutton (mutton is EXCELLENT in this curry) to add and there you go.

Serves 4

13 ounces pumpkin
1 onion
1 cup water
1 cup tomato sauce
1 cup coconut milk
1 tablespoon of Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, or Bacon grease
2 cloves garlic
2 slices ginger
1 bay leaf
3-4 chili peppers
pinch of cinnamon
chicken stock (homemade)
1 stick butter
salt and pepper to taste

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