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Paleo Recipes and Real Life Adventures

Fires on the Beach

1.) Pick a stick and stab your food! (pre-soak skewers in water so they do not burn!)
2.) Place skewers on a tray and take them to your grill master.
3.) Place them on a hot grill until meat is cooked to your liking.
4.) Drool over the food and watch it cook! Make sure it doesn’t burn.

This was a great dinner for all types of diets. You could do vegetarian sticks, all meat sticks or a variety of veggie, meat and fruit.  Since we are in OBX, we have a lot of access to farm fresh local veggies and fruits. For our kabob’s  this weekend we used the following foods:

  • Marinated venison (soaked for 2 days in coconut aminos, honey, salt, pepper and garlic).
  • Marinated chicken (soaked in  olive oil, salt, pepper and hickory seasoning).
  • Green and Red peppers
  • Red Onion
  • Mushrooms
  • Pineapple
  • Peaches

We served them with a side of salsa and corn chips for our non Paleo family members and Fresh local fruit salad. The best thing to do is have plenty of options so that there is something for everyone.

*A key note- Sweet potato takes  a long time- My suggestion is to put them in tin foil and throw them in the coals while the skewers are cooking. Then when you serve the kabob, you can let people stab at the potato last.*

These were fun to make and fun to eat! We finished our night with some paddle boarding on the sound at sunset and a bonfire on the beach  and a bonfire with primal smores.

My favorite play time- Paddle Boarding at Sunset !

Graham Crackers recipe from Paleo parents, 82% Dark Chocolate and Homemade Marshmallow recipe from Mommypotamus.

Roasting marshmallows They didn’t burn but they got gooey and melted (have your graham and chocolate ready, this melts fast!
Graham, Chocolate and Marshmallow delicious smore’s!

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