As you know, Paleo eating focuses on wild game meats, grassfed beef, animals that have a natural and ancestral diet- tht is, living and eating the way they evolved to for the best health. Here are some delightful and affordable Paleo meals from the Savenor’s shelves on a typical day.
Direct from Australia, where the roos are plentiful and wild in the outback. For about $10 you can get a pack of kangaroo steak tips that will serve 2. The meat is flavorful and delicious on its own, not gamey at all. A tiny amount of soysauce/dried onion/olive oil marinade and these tidbits rival the tastiest elk. Just sear on a hot cast iron pan or grill briefly on high, don’t overcook as the quality is perfect for rare. Shown here: pan-seared kangaroo tips with green salad and radishes. (Order here)
Wild Boar Shank
Pick up a shank of free-foraging American wild boar for $8-10 and you can easily make a hearty Paleo stew for 2. The meat has a sweet nutty flavor and is leaner than pork. Think “oxtail stew” or “Beef Bourgoignone” and slow-cook the shank with some herbs, garlic cloves & stock till the meat falls off the bone. About halfway through add onions, and root veggies such as parsnip or turnip to soak up the sauce. Red wine is optional, some berries will also add depth to the sauce. Great over steamed chopped cauliflower instead of rice. (Order online: Various cuts available: call for what’s in stock.)