Kung Pao Lettuce Cups recipe and cookbook review: The Primal Gourmet Cookbook by Ronny Joseph Lvovski

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The Primal Gourmet Cookbook. He is not overpromising with that title! This is a fun new Whole30 book. He has a great range to suit your mood. There are easy, casual and loose recipes when you’d like to keep it simple and those that are more interesting and involved when you feel like it. The food is fresh, delicious, and nutritious. Perfect!

I’d love to share his recipe for Kung Pao Lettuce Cups with you! I’m making you concerned because it’s a health book? Don’t be! You won’t make them because they’re good for you. Make them because they’re awesome! He says this serves 4 as an appetizer. Double it and serve 4 for dinner. Or breakfast. You do you! A quick note on two ingredients you might not be familiar with: coconut aminos and arrowroot starch. Coconut aminos function like soy sauce and arrowroot starch functions like cornstarch.

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Does everyone know how to break a whole chicken into parts? I can help!

I’m a little obsessed with demystifying and empowering in the kitchen. The brisket breakdown and chicken spatchcocking are getting a lot of love, so I thought I’d do another one. You’ve got a recipe that calls for chicken parts, but the store only has whole chickens? I can help! Lets break down that chicken! Bonus – bones for delicious stock come for free with every chicken! Boom! Continue reading “Does everyone know how to break a whole chicken into parts? I can help!”

Does everyone know how to spatchcock a chicken? I can help!

Hi everybody! I posted about how to break a whole packer brisket into its parts the other day, and there was some interest in breaking down a chicken. In this one, I’ll show you my favorite chicken breakdown – Spatchcocking! You can use the same technique on your Thanksgiving turkey! And it really accentuates Ms. Bird’s thighs! Continue reading “Does everyone know how to spatchcock a chicken? I can help!”