Eating like a caveman in the modern world might be a far cry from bonfired beasts and foraging for nuts and berries in the woods, but millions of people are adopting a primal outlook when it comes to nutrition. If you’re living the gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free and legume-free life of a paleo person, these recipes must be in your virtual recipe box. And if you’re simply living the delicious-food-in-your-face life, these recipes should be in your virtual recipe box, too.

1. Carnitas With Plantain Tortillas: Paleo tortillas bring back all kinds of options, including these carnitas tacos with cabbage slaw and fresh cilantro. (via Rubies + Radishes)

2. Snap Pea Slaw Cups With Avocado Chive Cream: Colorful, flavorful and nutritious! It’s vegan, too. (via Gourmande in the Kitchen)

3. Roasted Leg of Lamb: Bonfire or not, we’re gonna get at that meat caveman-style. (via The Domestic Man)

4. Paleo California Rolls: OMG, sushi isn’t off the table. It’s on the table. Until we eat all of it. (via The Clothes Make The Girl)

5. Paleo Bibimbap: Skip the rice and sub more veggies into this nutritious, balanced Korean dish.(via Slim Palate)

6. Paleo Swedish Meatballs With Fluffy Mashed Cauliflower: Skål! Scandinavian comfort food to the max. (via Worthy Pause)

7. Kale and Shaved Sprout Salad: Need some veggie lovin’? This bright and tasty salad is hearty enough to be a meal in itself — or top it with your favorite meat from the grill! (via The Freckled Foodie)

8. Paleo Potsticker Meatballs: The inside of a gyoza is the best part anyway. (via Worthy Pause)

9. Lobster and Mussel Bouillabaisse: If this is Provençal life, we’re into it. We’re moving to France in five minutes. (via The Domestic Man)

10. Paleo Butter Chicken and Naan: If you need one recipe to replace the guy that delivers the Indian food to your door every Thursday, let it be this one for creamy chicken makhani. (via My Heart Beets)

11. Lime-Coconut Zucchini Carpaccio With Avocado-Pistachio Drizzle: Oh, the things you can do with a mandoline slicer or a spiralizer are incredible when you’re living the paleo life. Nommy. (via Against All Grain)

12. Beef Bourguignon: Julia Child’s favorite French recipe gets a paleo update in this hearty dish. (via The Domestic Man)

13. Egg Foo Young: Mentally calculating how many of these egg foo young pancakes we can fit in our mouth at once… (via Slim Palate)

14. Oven Braised Mexican Beef: Who needs dry corn tortillas when you can wrap your tacos up with crisp butter lettuce? (via Nom Nom Paleo)

15. Salmon BLT with Sweet Potato Noodle Buns: Good luck actually taking a bite out of this sandwich. It’s too packed with real food. (via Inspiralized)

16. Asian Cauliflower Fried Rice: Pair this with Nom Nom’s paleo 20-minute Sriracha and never look back. (via Nom Nom Paleo)

17. Skirt Steak With Romesco Sauce: Smother anything and everything in this pepper sauce. Instant awesome. (via PaleOMG)

18. Bacon Shrimp Zucchini Noodle Scampi: Now that’s amore. (via Inspiralized)

19. Ćevapčići: Excuse the weird angle. Just know that good Balkan sausage doesn’t require a plane ticket. But… what if we still want to go to Croatia? (via The Clothes Make The Girl)

20. Stuffed Peppers With Chile Verde Sauce: Side dishes are so last year. For a one-pot dish, try stuffing portobellos, tomatoes, acorn squash or poblanos. (via Against All Grains)

21. Keema: This Indian comfort food is like cracking open a samosa and eating all the insides! (via Worthy Pause)

22. Paleo Tabbouleh: Bright and citrusy flavors will pair perfectly with your summer picnics. Honestly, none of your friends will even know this tabbouleh is paleo unless you tell them! (via The Clothes Make The Girl)

23. Grilled Pork Chops With Stone Fruit Slaw: Grillin’ season shall not be wasted on us. These sweet and savory chops have us licking our chops. (via Zen Belly)

24. Elvis Burger: Totally weird. Totally indulgent. Totally amazing. This Elvis Burger is topped with bananas, sunflower seed butter and bacon. (via The Clothes Make The Girl)

25. Paleo Paella: Cauliflower rice makes an appearance again — this time, in a traditional Spanish paella that probably deserves a place at your next dinner party. (via Worthy Pause)

What’s for dinner at your house, paleo pal? Let us know in the comments!