Sunday, June 5, 2011


Post Workout EASY Meal

Pan fried pork chops w/EVOO
Sauteed Collard Greens w/leftover sauteed bacon and onions.

Thai Coconut Curry

-About pound of meat (whatever is on hand) I used some grass fed beef.
-A can of coconut milk
-coconut or olive oil
-handful of fresh basil
-Thai red curry paste to taste.
-1 onion
-1 bunch asparagus
-a few leaves of kale
-1/2 a small sweet potato
-red bell pepper

Cooking instruction
Saute onion, bell pepper and meat in olive or coconut oil. Slightly baked the sweet potato in microwave to give it a head start. Chop up everything up. Put all ingredients in a pot. Simmer until hot. Made 4 servings.

Super easy, nutritious, and yummy.

THANK YOU MARA for the recipe! Jake and I love it. I actually LOVED something with curry... this is a HUGE victory. 

Yummy Omelet

Bacon (sugarless of course)
3 Eggs

I saute the onions and chopped bacon till they are nice and crisp. Then turn off the burner and add the olives on-top, just to get them warm.

I add the 3 eggs to a fry pan and once cooked through I flip. Adding all the filling and plate.

SUPER EASY and best omelet in a long time.

Sweet Potato Cake

2 cups cooked mashed sweet potatoes
1/2 cup sauteed bacon and onions
1/2 cup cooked ground pork
1 cup egg whites (could use whole eggs - I just needed to use the white since I made salad dressing with the yokes).

Put in baking dish (8x8 or smaller).

Baked in toaster oven on convection setting at 400 for 90 min.

Venison Meatballs and Roasted Brussel Sprouts
Ground venison
Sea salt

Brussel Sprouts
Sea Salt
Olive Oil

Mix ground venison and sea salt. Roll into balls and fry in bacon grease. Once cooked through remove from heat and put MINCED onions in the remaining oil. Cook till soft then toss balls back in and mix. Serve.

SIDE NOTE: Venison is deer meat and tastes a lot like lamb to me. LOVE IT! You can get it at Fly Fish Meat Company (obviously they sell more then just fish).

Cut brussel sprouts in half toss with chopped onions, garlic, sea salt, and olive oil. Roast face down on cookie sheet for 15-25 min at 400.

STEAK and Asparagus

Steak (we like london broil)
Olive Oil

Olive Oil

HEAT cast iron pan or grill to medium-hot. Coat steak in oil and rub on seasonings - place on HOT grill or pan. Cook without turning or touching for about 5 min. FLIP - put lid on but again, do not touch for at least 5 min.

Cut ends off asparagus - put in gallon ziplock bag with garlic and olive oil. Seal and shake. Add to hot pan or grill. If in pan... open a window it will smoke. :-)

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