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Posted by Matt Smith

If you hate salads for some reason, you'll absolutely want to check out this recipe because the flavors are outstanding. And if you're like me and you love salads, well you're in for a real treat here! This champagne-dijon vinaigrette is truly to die for and really brings out the bold flavors of the roasted beets and the perfectly sauteed prawns! Check out the full recipe here and try your hand at this delicious tangerine, roasted beets and prawn salad.

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This instant pot recipe for butternut squash soup that you can make it under 30 minutes is full of bold, creamy flavors that will have you running back for seconds.

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This device can pressure cook what would normally take hours in a slow cooker, in around 10-20 minutes. It's mind-boggling how much time you'll save.

Try this simple recipe below to kick up your Taco Tuesday night with friends.

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Today's recipe is my Paleo revamping of a classic American dish...Stuffed Bell Peppers!

They're hearty and delicious and we'll be adding some incredible flavors to really kick this dish up a notch.Oftentimes green bell peppers are used in this recipe, which is the least flavorful of peppers. Today we'll be using orange and red bell peppers (or if you prefer yellow) which are all sweeter to taste.

Aside from using ground beef, we'll be adding ground pork as an extra ingredient which will add extra spices and flavor to this dish.

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Learning to properly reduce down a Balsamic sauce on the stove, can do wonders for your cooking skills. When you reduce down a sauce just know that all the flavors are intensifying and thickening, which can really take a recipe to a whole new level.

Pair that with the cauliflower mash (that tastes just like mashed potatoes) and you have a perfectly balanced recipe that would fit right into the menu of any 5-star restaurant.

So let's start your week off right with this incredible (and healthy) 'Blueberry Balsamic Pork Meatballs & Cauliflower Mash!'

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There are certain foods after you switch to Paleo you undoubtedly are going to miss. 
Personally, I miss tuna melts!

Well, today I'm going to show you how to make the best Paleo Approved Tuna Melts, Ever!!

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Here's an incredible "Breakfast Muffin Scramble" recipe to start your day off just right!

This recipe was created by our friend and food blogger Alexandra of Mamainthemakin, and boy is it fantastic.

It even features our award-winning 100% Grass Fed Beef Sticks.

Not only do you get an incredibly delicious meal but it's also full of gut-healing probiotics.

In fact, each beef sticks was lab tested to contain over 1 billion CFU's of probiotics in each beef stick. wink

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What do you think of Gordon Ramsey?

I know when I first saw him on T.V. he left a pretty sour taste in my mouth with how abrasive he acted. But after years of following his cooking, I truly believe he's earned the right to be honest with people. He's that good and I think it's mostly for show. wink

But I've been fortunate enough to eat at a few of his restaurants during special occasions in my life, and each time it's a dining experience.

The flavors in this dish are out of this world delicious so I had to share with you immediately!

I made a few healthy Paleo tweaks so it would be healthier, but still tender and perfectly succulent.

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If you're like me and you can't stand spicier foods, you can make this milder by using less Cajun spices; in particular the cayenne pepper.

We have been on the road constantly and when you travel or are on-the-go for an extended period of time, oftentimes you long for a good home cooked meal, right?

I was at that point and it wasn't until my "better-half" took me to the kitchen and said, "I have a recipe we NEED to try!"

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Crockpots, in my opinion, is truly the most underused kitchen appliance there is. However, they are definitely the handiest and super simple to clean up! 

I always view them as if they are my sous chef preparing my food while I just go about my day working or running errands. 

You can throw everything in, set it and forget it. A few hours go by and you return to a home smelling like delicious dinner aromas.

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