My Semi-Paleo Thanksgiving with Recommended Recipes!

Thanksgiving is the one time per year I get to make food for my whole family!  Before I started doing this about 5 years ago, we usually did the popular Asian thing of eating Hot Pot for Thanksgiving.  However, my family already eats hot pot a lot, so I guess one year I just started making Thanksgiving my day to cook!

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Thanksgiving or Christmas Paleo Stuffing (Part I)

During planning of my Paleo Thanksgiving, I’ve come across two parts of the meal that is more difficult to create paleo-friendly than the others:  Stuffing and Dessert.  And by “difficult”, I mean I actually have to think about about this one, because the other parts such as turkey and veggies are already pretty paleo-friendly. So upon research, there’s different types of stuffing we can go with –  bread based and meat based.  Since I’m ridiculously lazy and don’t care for the bread part, I liked the meat based ones I found more.  But here’s what I found:

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Paleo Thanksgiving Desserts: Make One, Make All!

If you are planning to have a Paleo or Primal Thanksgiving meal, you might find that desserts are the most difficult part to make paleo-friendly.  (Desserts, and also stuffing.)  So like the last post about Paleo Thanksgiving recipes I’ve found, I thought I’d concentrate on just desserts this time.

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A Very Hairy Fruit: Rambutan

Rambutans look like they are lychees with a head full of hair.  Literally, this fruit’s name even means hair! “Rambut” in Indonesian and Malay, where this fruit is native to, means “hair”.

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Easy To Make Homemade Hibachi!

Now that summer is over, and it is getting cooler, this is the perfect time to hang out outside for dinner.  You can grill up some burgers, chicken whatever you want if you have a grill, but if you’re looking to switch it up, here’s an awesome outside dinner idea (and by awesome, I mean fun and delicious):

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