Pork

Eggs of Steel: Carnivore Deviled Eggs

This recipe is great fun for kids, get togethers or as a delicious side to any meal!

(Makes 24 filled eggs)

 

What you will need for this recipe:

12 eggs

8 strips of bacon

4 good size chicken livers

1T ancient salt 

2 tablespoons of water

1 blender

 

Step 1: Hard boil your dozen eggs then set aside to cool

Step 2: Fry your 8 strips of bacon extra crispy then set aside your skillet with the bacon drippings for step 3. Pat down bacon and set aside.

Step 3: Fry up your 4 chicken livers in your left over bacon drippings until thoroughly cooked. Place in your blender.

Step 4: Peek your eggs and cut in half. Scoop out all the hard boiled yolks into your blender as well. Add your tablespoon of salt and your 2 tablespoons of water. Blend until smooth.

Step 5: While blending mince your 8 pieces of bacon until small but not fine.

Step 6: Spread out your empty halved egg whites and place inside each a small pinch of minced bacon. Using a spoon, cover bacon with your blended liver and egg yolk mousse.

Fancy Chops (Inspired by Medieval cooking)

Great recipe for special occasions, holidays or simply for a meal to make you feel fancy!

Makes: 2 servings

Prep time: 20 min

Cook time: 1 hour

 

What you will need: 1/2 cup pancetta

2 thick pork chops

4T butter, cut into 8 portions

1 skillet

Preheat oven to 450  

 

¼ cup pancetta, diced

Crisp in frying pan. When done, remove from heat and let cool.

 

Use a sharp knife to cut into both pork chops lengthwise creating a pocket for filling. Make sure not to completely cut to the edge of the chop. Leave at least ¼” on each end and on the back.

 

 

Using clean hands open up each pork chop and place 2 pads of butter inside. Then follow with the crisped pancetta. 

Then gently arrange each chop side by side in the same frying pan used to crisp the pancetta and surround with the remaining uncooked pancetta and 6 remaining pads of butter. 

Place in the hot waiting oven carefully.

 

At around the 45 min mark remove pan carefully and pour off excess butter and lard into tin for later use in some other delicious items. Return to oven for 10 more minutes to brown further and ENJOY!

Piggies and Kippers (Edwardian Inspired Recipe)

This recipe is inspired by Edwardian British middle class meals. Hearty and very simple! Fun for a quick lunch or dinner where you want to mix it up but stay strict carnivore.

 

Prep time: 10 min

Cook time: 1 hour

 

What you will need: 

1/2 cup pancetta

1 tin of smoked Kippers

1 lb of pork loin sliced length wise

 

First preheat your oven to 450 degrees while you prep your ingredients.

The place your sliced loin in a large oven friendly skillet. Leaving an open space in the center. 

Open your Kippers then place fillets in the center opening. Then fill in open spaces around loins with pancetta, any left over sprinkle over Kippers. 

If you live in a particularly dry climate or your oven bakes things dry easily you might wish to baste loins in butter. 

 

So simple, so quick, so clean carnivore! Enjoy!

How To Make a Bacon Weave

Makes about 4 bacon weave “slices”

 

1 pack of your favorite bacon

 

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Cut pack of bacon in half.

Using the half slices, lay 3 slices down in a row.

Lift the bottom of the middle slice halfway up and lay a piece of bacon down underneath it in the opposite direction. Lay the middle slice of bacon back down.

Lift the top of the 2 outer pieces halfway up and lay another piece of bacon down underneath them in the opposite direction. Lay the outer pieces back down.

Repeat with the rest of the bacon. 

This should make 4 “slices” of bacon weave, but you may have to make a couple with only 4 pieces instead of 5, depending on how many slices are in your back of bacon.

Bake on a sheet pan for 20 minutes. 

Flip and cook for 5 more minutes. 

Remove from oven and let cool before using. Great for your favorite sandwiches!

You can also do this with the whole pack of bacon, without cutting it, so you can have a large bacon weave to wrap whatever your heart desires! You can wrap meatloaf, cheese stuffed chicken breast or even a tenderloin!

 

 

Meat Waffles

3 ounces cooked meat

3 whole eggs

⅛ tsp baking soda

Pinch of salt

 

Preheat your waffle iron.

Blend all ingredients until smooth in your blender. This will make a thick batter.

Spray ghee or spread some butter onto your waffle iron.

Pour just enough batter to spread it out to reach the edges of your waffle iron. If you overfill your waffle iron, you will have a huge mess and the batter will pour out the sides.

Let cook as you would a regular waffle.

Remove and enjoy with a huge slather of butter, or also tastes great with sausage and fried eggs.

 

 

Loaded Scrambled Eggs

8 eggs

1 pound sausage

4 pieces of bacon, chopped

2 ounces of your favorite cheese or cottage cheese (optional)

½ tsp salt

½ tsp black pepper

1 tsp butter or tallow

 

Saute and crumble your sausage in a large pan.

Whisk eggs with salt and pepper.

Turn heat down to medium-low.

Add butter to the pan with the sausage and then pour in the whisked eggs.

As the eggs are cooking add in chopped bacon pieces.

Continue to stir and cook until the eggs are cooked to your liking.

If using cheese, stir in or top off with cheese once your scramble is finished cooking.

 

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