carnivore recipe

Hircine’s meat loaf

Hircine is the Daedric Prince of the Hunt, and this meatloaf often served in his honour is a token of the hunting prowess of his followers. Regardless of whether or not you worship the Daedra, this hearty dish is the perfect use of your hunting catch. Moist, melt-in-your-mouth, and flavourful, it’s no wonder that this dish is offered in tribute to Hircine himself.

You will need:
650g ground beef, venison, or other red meat
100g ground chicken or turkey
1 cup breadcrumbs
1 egg
1 cup milk
1 onion, diced
3 cloves garlic, diced
2 tsp garlic salt
½ tsp pepper
2 tbsp dijon or wholegrain mustard
2 tbsp smoky barbecue sauce
1 tsp hot sauce
Olive oil
2 tbsp dried Italian herb mix OR 1 each fresh sprigs of basil, rosemary, thyme, and oregano, chopped

Preheat your oven to 175C/350F and grease a medium-sized baking tin or Pyrex dish with olive oil.

In a large mixing bowl, combine the meats, egg, onions and garlic, garlic salt, pepper, and 1 tbsp of the herbs. Mix well, then add the breadcrumbs and milk. Continue to stir until a smooth and even paste has formed.

Transfer the meatloaf to the baking dish. In a small bowl, mix together the mustard, barbecue sauce, hot sauce, and remaining herbs. Baste the top of your meatloaf with the mixture.

Bake for 1 hour and leave to cool for 15 minutes before serving.

10 Meal Ideas for Broke College Students

Long hours on campus can be grueling, especially on an empty stomach. Cafeteria and vending machine food is always extremely pricey, and it’s almost impossible to get a decent, affordable meal on a budget. I’ve created a list of 10 meal ideas for college students to bring to school with them to stay fed and sane. Each meal should cost $2 or less, an average of $10/week.

The ingredients listed are meant to be bought in bulk and parceled out to save money. Tupperware containers are also assumed to be available. Check the Dollar Tree for great deals on Tupperware!

10 College Meal Ideas for under $2

~ Canned soup ($1.25), ziplock of mixed veggies ($.25), tbsp hummus ($.25)

~ Egg salad sandwich ($1.25), handful of mixed nuts ($.75)

~ Protein bar ($1), tbsp peanut butter

~ Caesar salad (from salad kit, bring half in Tupperware save other half for dinner) ($1) , add ½ avocado and fresh tomato slices for ($1)

~ 2 Baja Cafe burritos ($1), ziplock of tortilla chips ($.25), tbsp salsa, dip or hummus ($.75)

~ Grilled cheese ($1), tomato soup ($1)

~ Small grilled and sliced chicken breast ($1.50), roasted veggies and brown rice ($.50)

~ ½ cup cottage cheese ($.50), hard boiled egg ($.25), slice of whole grain toast ($.25)

~ 2 slices of pizza (from frozen) ($1), ziplock of baby carrots ($.50), tbsp ranch dressing ($.25)

~ Frozen entree (Lean Cuisine, Hungry Man, etc.) ($2)

I have been struggling trying to budget for this upcoming school year, so I hope this helps out some other starving students (and everyone else!)

“This hot chocolate is a little bit unusual. Chabo the Wolf Baby added a little bit of cinnamon.” -The Carnivorous Carnival by Lemony Snicket

Chabo The Wolf Baby’s Cinnamon Hot Chocolate


  • 3 cups of milk
  • 3 tablespoons of granulated sugar
  • 2 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder
  • Cinnamon to taste


  1. Warm the milk over a low heat. Take care not to bring the milk to a boil.
  2. Stir in the sugar and cocoa powder until completely dissolved. 
  3. Ladle into mugs. Sprinkle with cinnamon. 

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How to Butcher and Cook Wild Rabbit


I often wonder to myself if I will ever have the guts to actually kill, skin, butcher a rabbit, or any animal for that matter, by myself. I love rabbit. I really love the way it tastes. I’ve heard repeatedly that its a sustainable source of meat (more sustainable than our more popular options anyway…) BUT I just don’t know if I could go through with it. The little bunny’s head! It’s little fuzzy feet! I’d probably cry. I do want to try it some day though. Definitely. If I can comfortably eat it once I’m done maybe that will decide whether or not I should be eating meat at all

Lentil stew

This recipe is great because it’s extremely cheap to make and it’s vegan. This is enough for about 2 portions for me, but it may be different for you. Even my carnivore boyfriend loves this recipe (or so he says!).

  • 1 cup of lentils (I use green but you could use any type you like).
  • ½ stock cube
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • pinch of pepper (stock cube already has a lot of salt)
  • 1 beef tomato
  • 1 chilli (optional- I use green jalapeños)

Mince or finely chop the garlic clove and fry it off in a pan with some vegetable oil, add the chilli if you’re using it. Then add the tomato, I usually cut it into quarters or eighths and remove the skin by scoring it with and putting it in hot water then peeling the skin off. Add the salt an pepper and fry a little more. Add the lentils and enough water to cover, add the stock cube and then cook on a low heat for about 45 minutes (the time varies on the type of lentil, this will work for green lentils), stir occasionally. When the lentils are soft remove them from the heat and serve. I like to serve them with a squeeze of lime juice and some sour cream but this is optional and of course makes it vegetarian rather than vegan.