Cooking Caveman with Jeff Nimoy

THESE ARE THE COOKING ADVENTURES OF JEFF NIMOY, AN LA WRITER WHO, WHILE DOING RESEARCH FOR A SCRIPT, STUMBLED UPON WHAT’S CALLED THE CAVEMAN DIET, ALSO KNOWN AS THE PALEO DIET. BASICALLY, IT’S EATING WHAT THE CAVEMEN ATE. HE TRIED IT OUT, AND THE RESULTS HAVE BEEN STAGGERING! THIS BLOG SHOWS EXACTLY HOW AND WHAT JEFF EATS. IF YOU’RE NEW TO THE BLOG, PLEASE START WITH THE “ENTERING THE CAVE” PAGE TO GET A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT.

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Paleo BBQ Chicken!  If there’s a better BBQ sauce in this world than my Asian Plum Loco Sauce, then I haven’t tasted it yet.  I’m trying to use up the last of it in my freezer before summer hits, when I’ll make another winter’s worth, and I realized I never roasted a whole pasture-raised chicken in this sauce before.  Until now!  Ugga-Bugga!  You cannot stop eating this sauce, the most addictive thing ever!

Paleo BBQ Chicken!  If there’s a better BBQ sauce in this world than my Asian Plum Loco Sauce, then I haven’t tasted it yet.  I’m trying to use up the last of it in my freezer before summer hits, when I’ll make another winter’s worth, and I realized I never roasted a whole pasture-raised chicken in this sauce before.  Until now!  Ugga-Bugga!  You cannot stop eating this sauce, the most addictive thing ever!

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Friday Night Dinner

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Started off with a bowl of Ramen Soup.  This was made with the leftover bone broth and zucchini noodles from the new video I made (seen HERE).  I added a Serrano pepper, cilantro, grated ginger, and some cauliflower that was leftover from THIS VIDEO.  You can find some other of my ramen recipes HERE and HERE.

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Then the main course was some roasted veggies in olive oil, dry thyme, dry rosemary, garlic powder, onion powder, and black pepper.  My favorite organic farmer, Island Farms, had these MONSTER carrots at the farmers market on Sunday, so I decided to make it a main course instead of a side dish.  When a carrot is all gnarled and funky looking, it’s a good sign it’s organic!  That’s how they’re SUPPOSED to look.  Also in the roast medley were more leftover cauliflower (tastes great roasted), garlic cloves, and green onions.  The long ends of the scallions got all crispy, and in the future I’m going to start making these as snack, much as I would kale chips.

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Then for dessert I had creamsicle flavored paleo “ice cream,” using frozen banana as a base.  So glad I froze a bunch of oranges when they were in season!  So delicious and refreshing ice cream flavor in the summer!  Ugga-Bugga!

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