I thought I'd start a conversational sort of thread here with a nice simple question - what are you fine folks cooking for dinner? (Or what did you cook for dinner?)
If you're particularly proud of your culinary efforts, pop in a quick recipe as well! Let's share some ideas.
Beef ribeye cooked in coconut oil seasoned with sea salt and kelp granules with carrots and broccoli also cooked in coconut oil seasoned with turmeric and paprika.
LOL just noticed that little rogue carrot chillin' under the ribeye.
Tonight - A warm salad of spinach, sweet potato, zucini, tomato, bacon and goats feta will sit proudly next to my medium rare scotch fillet.
Tomorrow night - Osso Bucco slow cooked with onions, tomatoes, bacon, olives and a squeeze of orange juice will spill deliciously over cauliflower mash.
Also getting my soup n freeze on this week. Zucini, fennel and leek soup (scarily easy - just chop up the veggies and sautee until fennel is translucent, almost cover with chicken stock/broth, simmer for 15 mins then give it a burst in the blender. Oh my!!). This will also be served with a good helping of crispy bacon on top and a side of spinach drizzled with lemon, oil and basil.
I know I know - Common theme of bacon. Blessed is the bacon!
Ingredients (I steam them first, then add to bone broth):
One of my favorite primal meals to date has gotta be a Big cobb salad! This meal defiantly has all the fats covered.
6oz chicken breast 2-3 slices of bacon Cherry tomatos 1/4 cup blue cheese 1 large hard boiled egg 1/2 cup cubed avocado 2 cups shredded romaine lettuce 1 cup fresh spinach
The dressing is a mixture of apple cider vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, Dijon, Worcester sauce, chopped garlic, salt, pepper and lemon juice.
Another great option is grilled beef heart and sauteed veggies!
Tonight was two 1/3lb grass-fed beef patties, topped with:
Half a package of bacon
A good size chunk of local goat cheese
An avocado, in chunks
A half-inch thick slice of liverwurst, briefly fried on each side in bacon grease
Along with some broccoli and creminis on the side, also sauteed in the bacon grease.
In fact, that was breakfast/lunch/dinner in one; I find it much easier to fast on the weekends.
Hanger steak that I charred on the grill last night and finished in the slow cooker for 8 hours in my perpetual tomato sauce / beef both broth combo. I'll figure out the veggies when I get home - Probably sauteed spinach with crushed garlic and cherry tomato.
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