The Domestic Man’s Caldo de Langostinos (Mexican Squat Lobster Soup)


I’m excited to welcome my friend Russ Crandall to Nom Nom Paleo as a guest blogger! 


Russ is a Paleo-friendly home chef and blogger who writes under the name The Domestic Man. After suffering a number of medical hardships, he regained his health through changes in his diet in 2010. He offers a unique culinary approach in the Paleo world: The Domestic Man is less a place for new kitchen experiments and more a site dedicated to re-popularizing traditional heritage foods that are either already healthy or easily modified to meet his dietary parameters.

Russ’s culinary chops and clean, beautiful photography are a constant source of inspiration for me. If you’re not already a huge fan of The Domestic Man, it’s time to catch up: Go bookmark his site, like his Facebook page, and follow him on Twitter!

So without further ado, here’s Russ with a lip-smacking recipe for Caldo de Langostinos!


First of all, I want to take a moment and say thanks to Michelle for letting me write a guest recipe. I’m a huge fan of her site and it’s a little nerve-wracking to think that one of my dishes is going to be on her page! For today’s post I thought I would do something unique by showcasing a criminally-underused seafood that I’ve recently fallen in love with.

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Delicious stuff from my pal Russ. 

  1. scapegoated reblogged this from nomnompaleo and added:
    Delicious stuff from my pal Russ.
  2. indakitchen reblogged this from nomnompaleo and added:
    This sounds amazing!
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    This sounds yummy.
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