MDA has great recipes that generally have been tested by his worker bees. They are very well thought out and from my experience taste great.
hes not totally "paleo" because he eats some grains, but i think for all intents and purposes, he is a hunter and a gatherer and loves food. any paleo eating person will love this blog!
"My name is Hank Shaw. I write. I fish. I dig earth, raise plants, live for food and kill wild animals. I drink bourbon, Barolo or Budweiser with equal relish and wish I owned a farm. But most of all I think daily about new ways to cook and eat anything that walks, flies, swims, crawls, skitters, jumps – or grows. I am the omnivore who has solved his dilemma. This is my story.
Honest food is what I’m seeking. Nothing packaged, nothing in a box, nothing wrapped in plastic. I eat meat, and I’m not keen on factory farms, so I either hunt it myself or buy it from real people who raise animals humanely. Likewise with vegetables and fruits and grain. I am a fan of farmer’s markets, eating locally and making good food from scratch. If you know how to cook, a good meal doesn’t have to be expensive.
I am especially interested in those meats and veggies that people don’t eat much any more, like pigeons or shad or cardoons. I have nothing against good grass-fed beef or a head of lettuce, it’s just that others are doing just fine writing about those foods. I’m trying to walk a less-traveled path.
Who the hell am I? I am a former line cook, I’ve caught fish and dug clams for a living and, after 18 years as a political reporter, I now pay the bills writing, catering around Northern California and sometimes as an instructor at Sacramento State University."
The administrator of PaleoHacks has listed a good number of paleo blogs on the FAQ page.
Also, if anyone has any specific recommendations to make, they can submit them here, for the Paleo Resource Directory.
For treats, I have been following Elena's blog, Elena's Pantry
She uses almond flour and I always cut the amount of sweetener (agave) she gives (she likes things sweeter than I do :-) ). It's not for everyday food but great to stay mostly on the diet during celebrations (thanksgiving, christmas, etc)
She also has a book out and another one coming out soon.
I'd recommend the Paleogateway's recipe section:
It's got a list of links, a recipe feed from the main cooking sites, and a recipe search engine which is quite effective.
everydaypaleo.com and marksdailyapple.com are both awesome--simple, quick, but creative meals. I snag dinner ideas from these two at least 4 or 5 times a week.
(Am I allowed to plug my own...? paleograd.blogspot.com)