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Paleo Recipes

Paleo Recipes

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Paleo Recipes - Eat Healthy
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Caveman Diet
Paleo Recipes - Eat Healthy
with the
Caveman Diet

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CrossFit Journal Article Reprint. First Published inCrossFit Journal Issue 48 - August 2006
Fit to Eat
Peak of Summer Dinner 
Benjamin Sims
Here on the west coast of the UnitedStates, we are blessed with bountifulyear-round agriculture, and there isalways a farmers’ market nearby withfresh natural ingredients. Nevertheless,when the summer crops peak at thistime of year I am always taken aback andoverwhelmed by the sheer quantity andvariety of delicious fruit and vegetablesto be had and the ability of the sun tocreate so much sweetness and nourish-ment. Menus almost write themselves.At the peak of the summer bounty, facedwith the dilemma of choice, it is always achallenge to stick with my style of usingfew ingredients. But because everythingis so fresh and available, I can just pick afew favorite items and keep the prepara-tions simple, clean, and easy, letting theiressential flavors come through.
Peak of Summer Dinner
Roasted Pork Chopswith Corn, CherryTomato, & Basil SaladRoasted Figs with Thyme
Four 4-block servings
 
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Fit to Eat - Peak of Summer Dinner
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Roasted Pork Chops
This recipe describes brining the porkchops for at least 24 hours beforecooking. If you don’t have the time, you can skip the first step and simply roast them fresh (but you will noticea difference once you brine them).
4 pork chops (~6 oz. eachwith the bone in, or ~4 oz.each with no bone)1 Tbsp Olive oil1 quart water1/2 cup salt1/2 cup sugar2 oz. white wine2 bay leaves6 juniper berries1/2 bunch rinsed thyme sprigsI like to brine the pork chops for at least 24 hours, tomake them more tender and juicy and add to the flavor.To do so, place all the ingredients except the pork andolive oil into a pot and bring to a simmer. You don’twant to over intensify the flavors so cook for only 10or 15 minutes; then remove from the heat and let cool.This is your brine. Once the brine has cooled to roomtemperature, put the chops into it and refrigerate forone day. My brine recipe is on the mild side so that atthe restaurant I can keep the pork in for longer if I needto without it getting too salty or sweet.Remove the pork chops from the refrigerator and letthem come up to room temperature. Remove thechops from the brine, dry it off with a towel, and let itsit out for 20 minutes on a towel. Preheat the oven to450 degrees.When you are almost ready to eat (the meat takesabout 10 to 15 minutes to cook), heat a large ovenproof sauté pan over medium high heat. (The pan needs tobe big enough to accommodate all the chops; if it’s not,heat two pans.) When the pan is hot, add the olive oiland swirl so that it coats the bottom, and then carefullylay the chops in the pan to brown, 2 to 3 minutes perside. Once they are in the pan, the less you touch them,the better. You can tell from their edges how they arebrowning.When they turn golden, flip them and brown the otherside. Once both sides are lightly browned, pour off mostof the excess fat from the pan and put in the oven. Bakefor 3 minutes on each side.
Corn, Cherry Tomato, and Basil Salad
6 ears of corn2 baskets of cherry tomatoesSmall handful of fresh basil2 Tbsp good olive oil2 tsp red wine vinegarSalt and black pepper to tasteBoil 1 quart of salted water. Remove the husks and wipethe silky threads from the corn. Carefully cut off thekernels of corn with a sharp knife. (I like to lay the cobflat on a towel and slice across it. The towel collects thestray bits.) Add the kernels to the boiling water and boilfor 2 minutes. Drain, rinse in cool water, and leave in acolander to drip dry.Rinse and halve the cherry tomatoes. (I start the slice atthe little hole where the stem was, as this gives the knifesomething to grip.) Cut the basil into thin strips, orchiffonade by stacking a few leaves, rolling them length-wise, and then slicing the roll as thinly as you can.In a large bowl mix together the corn, tomatoes, basil,oil, and vinegar and season with salt and pepper totaste. Chill until you are ready to serve the salad withthe pork chops.

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