Tonight's dinner was:
- 1 can coconut milk 4 eggs (Omega-3 enriched)
- about an inch of Kerrygold butter
- 2 serrano peppers
- a bit of onion, diced
- 1 TBSP Thai green curry
- About a tablespoon of bacon fat
Sauteed the serrano peppers and onion in the butter.
Added 1 can of coconut milk to the sauteed Serranos and onions.
In a cast iron skillet I melted the bacon fat, scrambled the eggs a bit, added some of the green coconut curry to it, cooked the eggs.
Ate the eggs and the curry mixture over like 3 servings. That was a warm, satisfying dinner on a cold and rainy night in Los Angeles.
Two part question:
1: Is this too omega-6-ish-esque? The bacon fat was rendered from industrial pork (corn fed). For meals like this should I take a fish oil?
2: I'm not actively trying to lose weight, but I am not trying gain any. (I've lost 40 pounds since 2006 eating paleo and some walking/lifting.) Given that my work out routine since September has been kettlebells and pull ups, with no cardio, do you think if I make this my winter go to meal for the cold, cold (by Southern California standards) nights, I'll gain weight?
Update: I don't eat breakfast during the week. And lunch is typically a taco salad (lettuce, salsa, meat, sour cream).