From olive oil to olive wood, today’s video is tough to beat!
Paleo food often misses that fresh crunch, but fear not, we’ve got some crisp veggies that do the trick. We shot this video with 12 others and it turned out to be Paleo Jesse’s favorite meal of all. We portioned it into 1 cup containers and munched on it throughout the shoot.
The idea for this came from my original Tuna Crunch Bowl recipe. We had the recipe with images, but no video yet. I also had a few cans of tuna to use up, so we went for it and it turned out in fine fashion. I served it up in my favorite olive wood bowl from the mortar and pestle that I got on my honeymoon in Bellagio, Italy some 13 years ago! If you ever get a chance to visit the Lake Como area of Northern Italy, I highly recommend it.
We’re gearing up for our annual pilgrimage to Minnesota for a quick family vacation. After that, we make the processional toThe CrossFit Games down in Carson. We are going to have a food booth this year for both Paleo Nick’s and Ice Age Meals. Aside from planning and coordinating that effort, we are remodeling the store front at the Paleo Test Kitchen and cooking meals day in and day out. There are some amazing things in the works and I look forward to making Ice Age Meals a national brand within the next 24 months. I am hiring a crew to help me run the site as well, so we’ll have Monday-Friday posts coming soon. They won’t all be from me, but they’ll all be awesome! So, stay tuned for updates as we forge forward in an honest effort to help you…
“Keep It Paleo!”
(A gruesome view of “The Jo’s” 8 new stitches. He fell off his bike on Sunday night…)
Chipotle Tuna Crunch Bowl
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“Keep It Paleo!”