Recipes

Once we changed our perspective many great new foods became available for our family to enjoy.  Next, I had to start collecting recipes and ways to fix dishes with these new yummies!  There is one recipe which is an original and I will share that one first as its the most simple of them all{scroll down} or you can click here for my complete collection of recipe posts: You can also visit my pinterest page with a collection of many of the recipes that have been part of our new journey

Stir-Fry Medley

Veggies – cut them up – in small chunks – enough to fill your skillet or enough for the number you are serving

Coconut Oil or butter – enough to lightly coat the bottom of a skillet

Add veggies, a pinch of salt and maybe some seasoning – tumeric, garlic, cinnamon, mace – just what ever you are in the mood for and just how ever much looks good

Lightly saute the conglomerate of ingredients so they are NOT quite finished.  Then set them aside in a glass dish…

Then in the same pan either cook some beef/buffalo or other ground meat.  Or reheat some chicken that has been cut up into bite size pieces – Once they are cooked or reheated then add the veggies back in to finish cooking

Make a salad in the meantime, with some olive oil, salt and pepper to season to complete the Stir-Fry Medley meal

The best part is there are no “particulars” to mess up – its just throw in what ever{it has to be real food 😉  and mix it up 🙂  I know there are those of you like some of my precious friends who cringe at such a chaotic recipe as this LOL…. And I think some have argued this isn’t an actual “recipe” SO, let’s see if any of the following fit the bill for an actual recipe!

Beef Butternut Squash

civilizedcavemanbutternutHere is one of our staples this time of year (late fall/early winter)  It is easy to adapt to other winter squashes and fun to play around with the “filling” ingredients…  Such as we skip the bacon and just use ground beef or ground buffalo for the meat part of the filling … My mouth is watering as I write this post…. yummy yummy yummy!

Recipe from Civilized Caveman Cooking – Links will take you to the site!