Caper Vinaigrette

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As I mentioned in the video, I have a partnership with Vita-Mix. If you are in the market for a blender, I totally recommend their products. While I have a commercial model, their home models are amazing as well. They come with a standard 7 year warranty and next to none in the blender world. If you purchase one through their site, use promo code 06-008800 at checkout for FREE SHIPPING and to show Paleo Nick some love. Let me know if you have any questions on which model might be best for you. 
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Meat on a stick!  We find it at fairs, Renaissance Festivals, and the like. Add a sweet glaze and you'd be hard pressed to find a human who'd turn it down.  I've been making skewers, kebabs, satays, koftas, and other "sticked meats" for years. There's just something about food on a stick that get's people excited. If you are one who has a fetish with impaled protein, then I highly suggest making today's recipe. I further suggest that you travel to Thailand, which is the land of tasty treats on a twig.  
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We're back on the Thai Train and this one's a doozie! I learned so much on my recent trip to Chiang Mai and I am going to use my "Do You Talk Thai?" series to convey as much of this information as possible.  Two of the things I point out in this video are: 1. They don't use much salt, but rely on fish sauce instead. 2. They use water (instead of oil) as their main cooking agent.
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My brother created the hashtag #chorizoforpresident and I think it is brilliant. Chorizo is an amazing product that deserves a more prominent place in the ice boxes of America. Today, I share a recipe that uses chorizo as the base flavor for a sweet potato hash. Combine this with a pair of eggs and some guac and you have a breakfast fit for a king!
I cooked this one up last night and it did not disappoint. As @jessiesmassie and I were sitting at The Paleo Counter mowing down, I asked her what she thought. She said, "It's got a lot of flavor" and I agreed. We then discussed how long it took to prepare and looked at the clock. Less than 30 minutes prior, we had put "The Jo!" and "The Bro!" down for the night, so when you factor in the time it takes to shoot pictures, it was about a 15 minute meal. Furthermore, it is a one pot meal, so clean up was a breeze. We got dinner for both of us and two more portions which we'll eat for lunch today.