Primal Cravings: Your favorite foods made Paleo

Primal Cravings: Your favorite foods made Paleo

by Brandon and Megan Keatley, Brandon Keatley

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780984755196
Publisher: Primal Nutrition, Inc.
Publication date: 06/04/2013
Pages: 280
Sales rank: 463,352
Product dimensions: 8.10(w) x 10.10(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Megan and Brandon Keatley are certified Crossfit coaches and teach numerous classes each week in Columbia, South Carolina. They also provide ongoing nutrition counseling and workshops aligned with Primal/paleo diet principles to personal clients and gym members. In 2012, competing together in the team competition, they took 7th in the CrossFit Games Southeast Regional. Brandon is a lifelong athlete who has long been fascinated by diet and nutrition. In his extensive research of the role food plays in health, fitness, and peak performance, he discovered the principles of the Primal/paleo eating strategy in 2006 - and hasn't looked back since! Megan has cooked at home since age seven, and worked in restaurants since the age of 15. She's waited tables, washed dishes and prepared meals - sometimes all in the same day! She has completed training with the Culinary Institute of America chefs and worked as an executive pastry chef at one of Columbia's best known eateries. Since meeting while earning their degrees at the University of South Carolina, the Keatleys' founded their food blog, Health-Bent.com, on the premise that eating within seemingly strict guidelines can be much easier and tastier than imagined. Their recipes are inventive, but always feel approachable, without the unnecessary fuss of expensive ingredients and hours of prep. Health-Bent.com has been lauded as a premier resource for the most delicious Primal/paleo recipes and down to earth lifestyle advice.

Table of Contents

welcome 8

Our philosophy 12

Building an umbrella 18

home run recipes and winning results 25

the 80/20 ate 26

ingredients 30

tools & equipment 38

stocking the kitchen 42

rise 'n' shine 44

hazelnut coffee pancakes 46

strawberry shortcake waffles 48

cherry almond streusel muffins 50

honey nut crunch 52

gingerbread muffins 54

biscuits 56

honey butter 56

chunky monkey muffins 58

dairy-free strawberry yogurt 60

cowboy hashbrown skillet 62

sausage & eggs to go 64

western omelette to go 66

caprese baked eggs 68

smoked salmon hash 70

tang dill vinaigrette 70

bacon ten ways 73

meats & mains 74

coconut shrimp cakes 76

pineapple salsa 76

crawfish étouffée 78

seafood pot pie with cheddar crumble biscuit 80

pastrami salmon 83

shrimp pad thai 84

gyro taco salad & tzatziki guacamole 86

spanakopita soup 89

moo shu cabbage cups 90

best-ever pulled pork 92

cuban burger 94

spaghetti squash carbonara 96

balsamic & arugula pizza with prosciutto 98

butternut squash lasagna 100

loaded fauxtato soup 102

chorizo stuffed pork chops 104

bacon lattice & tomato sandwich 106

chicken enchilada empanadas 108

sweet & sour split roast chicken 110

crispy chicken fingers 112

thai chili chicken meatballs 114

hot & sour chicken noodle soup 116

tikka masala chicken wings 118

curry turkey burgers & mango slaw 120

buffalo chicken salad 122

chili pie 124

italian fajitas & bruschetta salsa 126

pumpkin chili & zesty guacamole 128

philly stuffed peppers 130

chili dog chi 132

all-american burger 134

steak & eggs tartare 136

sloppy joe meatballs 138

chicago dog skewers 140

swedish meatloaf 142

barbacoa pot roast 144

sides & salads 146

antipasto salad 148

sweet roasted red pepper basil vinaigrette 148

broccoli salad 150

caesar egg salad 152

tabouli salad 154

tequila, lime & green onion slaw 157

moroccan carrot salad 158

roasted squash & beet salad 161

mediterranean pasta salad 162

chimichumi smashed plantains 164

maple, orange, chipotle sweet potato crisp 167

coconut curry chowder 168

mustard roasted asparagus 170

baba ghanoush gratin 172

browned butternut squash & sage purée 174

curried creamed spinach 177

root risotto 178

ranch potato salad 180

snacks 182

rosemary & garlic parsnip chips 184

body mary pickled tomatoes 186

benedict deviled eggs 188

pizza Wes 190

lunch-able 193

bacon & guacamole pepper poppers 194

cheese crackers 196

beef jerk/three ways 198

barbecue fauxtato chips 200

olive oil focaccia 202

everything crackers 204

b-butter 206

trail mix cups 208

juicy jigglers 210

sweets 212

open-faced apple pie 215

blueberry pastry pies 216

maple pecan pie squares 218

mango orange cream pops 220

strawberry lemonade pudding 222

cherry limeade sorbeta 224

chocolate almond gelato 226

caramelized banana milkshake 228

thin mints 230

chocolate coconut scout cookies 232

thick & chewy chocolate chip cookies 235

thin & crispy chocolate chip cookies 235

double chocolate espresso cookies 236

carrot cake cream pies 238

brownies 240

dirty blondies 242

caramel coconut cupcakes 244

no-bake granola bars 246

almond happiness fudge 249

devil's food snack cake 250

maple banana spice cake 252

basics 254

bread 256

croutons 258

pizza crust 259

caesar dressing 260

bacon honey mustard 260

greek dressing 260

ranch dressing 261

thousand island 261

italian dressing 261

mayonnaise 262

pizza sauce 263

country breakfast sausage 264

italian sausage 265

chorizo sausage 266

salsa 267

resources 268

recipe easy menus 271

nutrition index 274

index 280

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Primal Cravings: Your favorite foods, made Paleo 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great recipes, every day stuff. I give content 5 stars but nook formatting is bad on salad dressing page. I expect more from Nook.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the only Paleo books I found worth spending my money on.  I am a true lover of cook books, and this book has beautiful pictures included with all the recipes.  The hard cover book was what sold me.  I ended up buying the nook version, and each recipe I have prepared has come out great.  It's a great cookbook with easy to use/find ingredients.  I agree with their philosophy toward eating, as we all have to find what works for us as individuals.  The one recipe that didn't last longer than 5 minutes in my household full of kids ranging from 10-18 was the deviled eggs made with butter .  They got devoured, and everyone was happy!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My favorite Cookbook! The recipes in this cookbook are easy to follow with great results. My family has liked everything I have made and we have found some new favorites. The ingredients are easy to find and don't require a trip to amazon or some other site, Thank You!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have tried several of the recipes in this book and they are Awesome!!! To those who will argue that it is not *true* paleo due to the inclusion of tapioca and potato flours: adapt the recipes using coconut and almond flour. It's about making better choices. Excellent, excellent book. Try the no bake granola bars and the coconut shrimp cakes. Yum!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great guide for those new to paleo, or experienced with a primal/paleo lifestyle. The introduction is a great how to guide, including a helpful outline on meats, produces and even what to stock your pantry with. The recipes are easy, and most of all tasty. I've been following the Keatly's blog and this book outshines what's on their website. For those new to paleo or those already on board, I have to say this is a great book that would be a great first addition to your paleo library, even just for the All American Burger on the cover.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Looking forward to trying these recipes:)