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About Primal Pig

“Let food be your medicine, and medicine be your food.” -Hippocrates I'm 28 years old, living in Boston. I studied international business and culinary arts. I try to incorporate my experience abroad, nutritional research and ancient culinary traditions in my life. I'm not trying to change the world, but I'm taking charge of how I make my way through. Interested in paleo / primal living, or just tired of convention wisdom? Go ahead and question away.. many people don't have enough questions! Too many "whatever you say" answers, accepting "experts" regurgitated "knowledge". If you're curious about other nutritional / lifestyle options, let me know. If I don't know exactly what you need, I can at least point you in the right direction.

Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

When it began to get cold this year, I started to think of foods that people needed to turn to when all other options exhausted along with the warm weather. For many people in continental climates, like New England or … Continue reading

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Jamaican Goat Curry

Catching up on some primal food blogging today, as I’ve been pretty lax as of late. I’ll probably pop off several these on this Sunday afternoon to give this otherwise quiet day some purpose. I cook almost everything that goes … Continue reading

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Meatza Party!!

A long time, major fan of pizza, there’s a time every few months, when I think about how amazing it would be to order a pizza for dinner, or grab a slice or two somewhere in Newbury St while on … Continue reading

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Ol’ Faithful – Liver and Onions with Eggs

I love cooking! I cook almost every day, and go out for dinner less and less every month it seems. After working all day in front the computer screen, it’s nice to escape for an hour or two into veggie … Continue reading

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Bone Stock – Winter’s Serum

There’s nothing better in the winter than stews, braised meats, curries and soups, all of which call for Bone Stock!  Well, I went to Super 88 (Asian market) to stock up on femur and joint bones, cow tails and oxtail. … Continue reading

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Paleo It Forward

I know, I’m reaching with that one, but it’s my blog! My brother came over this weekend to learn more about DIY-Paleo Living. So, we went to the Asian market to pick up some chicken bones, feet, seaweed and mushrooms … Continue reading

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Chicken Coconut Soup

Inspired by the cool, chic and happening (not quite so new) noodle restaurant, Wagamama, I’m finally attempting my first coconut milk-based soup. Wagamama is actually a British chain of fusion East Asian dishes (mainly Japanese) where you’re sat at long … Continue reading

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