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Paleo Friendly Recipes

Seared Peppercorn Encrusted Tuna Steaks

I finally made it over to my local seafood market and it was an eye opening experience. The freshness, variety and quality level of the seafood available at the Captain Mike’s now makes me balk at the idea of getting fish at my supermarket. When I showed up, I’m sure I had a puzzled expression […]

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Grilled Coconut Shrimp Skewers

Nothing says the tropics like coconut and pineapple and that is what is in this scrumptious recipe. Utilizing fresh pineapple, coconut milk and coconut rum, this recipe will easily transport you to a Caribbean Island, no matter where you live. This recipe is healthy and light and would also make a great appetizer served by […]

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Italian Sausage Skewers

This is a SUPER easy dish. Just collect your favorite vegetables for kabobs and then select your favorite type of sausage. You can serve these with rice or pasta. Ingredients as used in this recipe (you can do your own variation- get creative!): red and green peppers zucchini onions tomatoes other great additions: pineapple, mushrooms, […]

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Chipotle Sriracha Buffalo Wings

This is a fun and easy thing to serve when you are having people over as these are universally likeable and easy to make and serve. So far I’ve made these 3 times and everyone has liked both the flavor and the heat level of the sauce. Served with blue cheese sauce, they are the […]

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Sriracha Hot Sauce

      Sriracha is the generic name for a Thai hot sauce named after the seaside city of Si Racha (according to wikipedia). This sauce has a hot yet slightly sweet nature about it that perfectly compliments seafood yet just about everything else. Key ingredients include hot chilis (Thai variety), garlic, sugar, salt, vinegar and quite often, fish sauce. […]

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Grilled Jerk Cornish Game Hens

Cornish game hen sounds kind of fancy, like something you might serve at a dinner party, but really they are essentially mini-chickens. They are smaller and have a richer flavor with a higher fat content than chicken, comparable to the dark meat you find in chicken. Because of their slightly higher fat content, the meat […]

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