Lorrie Cordain

About Lorrie Cordain

Lorrie Cordain, M.Ed., Co-Author of The Paleo Diet Cookbook

Rocky Mountain High Trout

Who says fishing for trout can only be done in the warmer months of the year?  In Colorado, home of The Paleo Diet®, there’s nothing better than a fresh catch at high altitude in the middle of winter! Check out the photo to the right of Kenny Cordain holding a 14.5-pound wild Mackinaw pulled up through two feet of ice from frozen alpine waters at 9000 feet. Worth all the effort for the high yield of multiple Omega-3 rich fillets to be enjoyed over the next few months.  Trout can be prepared and cooked using a variety of methods. One

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Broiled Oysters Two Ways

Those fortunate to live near an ocean, will most likely be able to buy fresh oysters at local seafood markets. With a little shopping around, most people living inland are able to purchase these delicacies pretty easily as well. Even if the oysters you source are frozen, this recipe proves to be a great way to enjoy this nutrient packed treat. Cooked in the half shell or out, the results will be sure to delight the seafood lovers at your table. Close your eyes and you can almost hear the waves crashing on the beach! Ingredients: 6 large fresh raw

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Harvest Time at The Paleo Diet

October has arrived in all its glory at The Paleo Diet and we have been harvesting our organic garden to create fresh, nutritious dishes.  After tending faithfully to our plants, we are reaping the rewards and sharing them with friends and family.  Many have asked for ideas and recipes for garden ingredients.  This month, we’ll be sharing our Fall Harvest recipes with our Paleo Diet followers.  Enjoy! Chimichurri Steak Steak comes alive with the flavor of Paleo Chimichurri – a bright green Argentinian herb sauce. Pair it with a spicy cauliflower dish to make this a meal to remember! Ingredients:

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Garden Maintenance and Salad Dressings

Mid-Season Sprucing Up The Paleo Diet’s 2017 organic vegetable garden is growing and thriving, which means a little tidying up is in order to ensure that all of the plants are happy and healthy.  Our veggies are spreading out and filling in every space available with their stems, leaves, and flowers.  Along with this comes the crowding out of others, so we have trimmed and thinned to keep everything flourishing with plenty of space to grow.  Our cucumbers plants have gotten much too large for our garden trough and we made the decision to transplant them into large pots that

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Recipe: Bring on the Produce!

At The Paleo Diet, we look forward to August when our local farmer’s markets are stocked with a plentiful array of fresh-picked produce. We love visiting the various vendors to pick up a bounty of heirloom tomatoes, squash, onions, peppers, lettuce, spinach, peaches, strawberries, melons, and just about anything that grows in our neck of the woods. Right through October, there is little need to visit our local grocery chain, as you can’t beat the freshness of our locally sourced foods. Wherever you reside, give your local growers your support and stock up on some delicious Paleo Diet foods. Give

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Organic Gardening at The Paleo Diet

With the wide variety of fresh fruits and veggies consumed on a daily basis, we happily welcome the growing season by preparing and planting our organic gardens.  If you have never grown your own food, this is a great time to give a backyard garden a try.  At The Paleo Diet, we have been tending to lettuce, tomatoes, spinach, peppers, cucumbers, kale, parsley, basil, and German thyme, just to name a few.  Follow us throughout the summer and into the fall as we report on our progress and share tips and tricks for a successful harvest.  We are also sharing

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Easy Coconut Shrimp with Fresh Cilantro

Fresh, wild caught shrimp is a favorite staple around The Paleo Diet dining table.  This dish is perfect for those busy summer nights and is fast and easy to prepare.  We took advantage of our organic garden to snip some rosemary and  cilantro and toss in along the way.  Enjoy! 1 pound wild caught large shrimp 1 tablespoon coconut oil 2 cloves fresh garlic, minced ½ fresh lemon cut into thin slices Juice from ½ fresh lemon 2 teaspoons fresh rosemary leaves, chopped 1 tablespoon ancho chili powder 3-4 stems fresh cilantro leaves, stems removed Peel shrimp leaving tails on

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Keep It Paleo – Condiment Recipes

We all love the great taste of freshly prepared foods that are the basics of The Paleo Diet.  Once you’re in the habit of eating a variety of foods, it’s easy to live the Paleo lifestyle.  A common dilemma, when planning and serving delicious meals, is how to include common condiments that contain healthy ingredients.  A trip down the catsup and mustard aisle at any grocery store quickly demonstrates the challenges for those of us committed to The Paleo Diet.  It’s almost impossible to find an ingredients label that doesn’t include some sort of sugar, salt, or fillers as primary

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Celebrate Spring the Paleo Way

Spring is beginning to pop up everywhere, and that means time for some fresh Paleo foods to celebrate all the magic of the season.  The hardboiled egg is a favorite protein staple to have on hand.  Transform this simple food into a tasty appetizer or side dish to pair with any meal.  This month’s recipe comes straight from The Real Paleo Diet Cookbook by Dr. Loren Cordain and offers a number of variations to enjoy.  Find more amazing recipes at our bookstore.   Deviled Eggs Start to Finish: 25 minutes    Makes: 12 Servings If you opt for the wasabi deviled

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Springtime Paleo Irish Stew and Grilled Shrimp Recipes to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day

Paleo Irish Stew Whether you are Irish, or just wish you were, St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration filled with festivities for all to enjoy.  This hearty Paleo/Ireland inspired dish is packed with nutrients that will keep your energy steady while enjoying the shenanigans. And that’s no blarney.  May the luck of the Irish be with you! Ingredients: (makes 4-6 servings) 1  3-3/1/2  pound grass-fed beef rump roast 3 to 4 cloves garlic, sliced lengthwise into halves or thirds (8-10 slivers) 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil Freshly ground black pepper 1 yellow onion chopped 2 cloves fresh garlic minced 2

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