This recipe takes chicken thighs from boring to better!
Ted really enjoyed this!
2 skinless chicken breasts
This recipe is from Melissa Joulwan's refreshing new cookbook, Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat. She has some excellent recipes in both the first and second books with ethnic spices and all kinds of innovative ideas for re-creating these masterpieces to suit personal tastes. We loved the chicken meatballs and plan to make them again using lamb instead of chicken, which she recommends as a substitute for chicken. We highly recommend these cookbooks!
To bring out the best flavor of the turkey, use a dry salt brine instead of liquid brine. It's almost as effective a preventing moisture loss and much easier to prepare than a standard brine.
12-pound Omega-3 Turkey
RealSalt Kosher sea salt
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"If you want to improve the nutritional aspects of your annual Holiday feast, then replace the breaded dressing with grass-fed meat dressing. Many years ago large birds (usually wild birds or pasture raised birds) were always stuffed with meat. So let's revive an old tradition and restore the positive nutritional aspects that were always in the Thanksgiving day feast of yore." (To learn why a grass-fed meat dressing is more nutritional, click on: The Atomic Bomb of the American Food System.)
"This delicious main dish may be prepared ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator for a day or so before baking."
1 lb. Slanker's 100% grass-fed ground beef (or buffalo, chicken or pork)
"This makes chicken a real treat!"
1 one-pound package Omega-3 boneless chicken breasts
"This recipe is great when you don't have time to cook, or on a hot day when you don't want to heat up the kitchen, or if you are just in the mood for falling-off-the-bone moist and delicious chicken." Carol M.
1 whole Omega-3 chicken roaster
"Now enjoy. Don't even bother using a fork and knife. Just dig right in with your grubby little paws and tear it up! If you didn't overstuff your pepper, it's actually not too hard to hold it like a taco and eat it that way." Caveman Greg
1 lb. Slanker grass-fed ground beef, chicken or pork