Posts from the ‘Daily Recipe’ Category

Angry Bread!

So, one of the forum members, Rivvin, came up with some quick five minute bread.

I don’t want to lose the recipe (Again!) so I’m going to post it here, but full props goes to Rivvin for posting it Here.

Your Hardware:
A square or round glass container roughly the size of bread with a flat bottom.

Your Software:
1/4th cup flax meal or almond meal (they are both delicious)
2 tbsp fat (coconut oil or butter)
1 tsp baking powder
1 egg
100% of your respect for the sandwich!

Mix all of that together very well and then pour it in your container. Microwave it for 1 minute 20 seconds. Congratulations, you just made some bread. Now pop it out of the container and onto a plate and let it cool off and firm up a bit.

Roast beef with horseradish cheese? Hell yes!


I had a FANTASTIC weekend!

So, a friend visited me from out East, and I had an AWESOME time!

But, I totally nommed all over some bread. I had about four pieces of flatbread, rice, and a roll at separate times through the weekend. I feel a little more bloaty, which isn’t comfortable at all. I’m not fond of that, but, I’m looking forward to being PRIMAL again!

I need to go shopping tomorrow, tonight I’ve got some kind of chuck steak sitting in the refrigerator that I need to cook up before it goes off, which, is probably tonight.

I think I’ll just cut it up real fine, toss it in the pan with some of my onions and bell peppers and squeeze a lime over it. Can’t really go wrong there, can ya!?

Tomorrow, I’m gonna go shopping! Woo! Mi Pueblo and Whole Foods (Which includes a three mile round trip walk!). Should be pretty, pretty darned good!

See y’all around!

Taco Salad!

So, reading through one of the threads over at Marks Daily Apple Forums and someone mentioned Taco Salad.

Now, I LOVE Taco Salad. It’s one of those things that I’ve always considered a comfort food, so, naturally, I had to go looking for a Primal recipe for the taco seasoning!

(And to think, before I’d RINSE my taco meat to get rid of the fat! NO MORE!)

I’m poppin’ down to Safeways and pick up these ingredients:

2 T chili powder (Got it already)
1-1/2 T cumin (Got it already)
1-1/2 T paprika
1 T onion powder
1 T garlic powder
2 tsp oregano (I …maybe got it?)
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes

(Source: Caveman Food Blog )

And some full fat Sour Cream. Because I’m not quite ready to take that no-dairy leap yet.

(Though, looking at my ‘chicken skin’ I can already see what no-grains is doing for me!)

I’ll snag some high fat, grass fed ground beef if I can find it, and then drop a HUGE PILE of this stuff onto a bed of romaine lettuce, home made salsa (With Tomatoes, onions, bell peppers, jalapeno peppers, cilantro!)

I’ll make the salsa today, so it has time to Salsafy, and tomorrow I will have delicious delicious Taco Salad with Dani! I’m really looking forward to it!

Jalapeno Bacon Chicken

That’s where I got today’s recipe. Of course, this morning I had an amazing omelet. I learned that sauteing the onions really makes it taste so good. Though, I need to figure out how to heat up the chicken before I put it in the omelet… Maybe I can drop that into the frying pan with the onions… >.> Ah well, tomorrow’s a cheese omelet!

Well, today, the Jalapeno Bacon Chicken is in the oven cooking away. They’re really very cute, I went all party-colored with the toothpicks.

I had to cook them longer than the recommended time and turn the broiler on to get the bacon crispy, but it was so worth it! Will make again! I like that the pepper’s barely there, pretty much just in the scent.

I’m kind of amazed at how easy this is to stick to. Apart from eating rice with Dani yesterday, and…my crazy milk addiction.

I love milk. Dairy. If it comes from some sort of lactating animal, I want to drink it, eat it, or put it on my meat. Which, isn’t part of the whole primal thing…So, I’m going to wean myself off of the delicious dairy.

I’m not exercising yet, because, well, my poor body’s so broken down that I just…can’t do it yet. Well, maybe the wall pushups, and the deep squats. (I tried one yesterday and surprised myself that I could do it!)