Hey guys, I know I’ve been slacking on the posts lately, but much has been going on at home, and I needed a few weeks off the blog! Things are finally getting back to normal around here, and are better than ever! We’ve had a new addition to the household in the form of my wife’s 16 year old second cousin. It’s a big transition, but she is in a good place here at home with us, and we are very happy to have her around. Long story, but happy ending!
So, here are some recent photos…
Roasting walnuts and pine nuts for pesto…
Fourth of July Lunch! Grassfed hamburger patties, Paleo Broccoli Salad, and a simple tomato cucumber salad with shaved red onions and balsamic vinegar.
Fourth of July Dinner included some Spanish Pimenton marinated skirt steak, Cajun dusted oven roasted chicken wings
Vacuum Sealed Ribeyes destined for the Sous Vide Supreme
Steaks bathed in the Sous Vide at 130 F for around 2 hours, make sure they are REALLY dry before you finish them off in a scalding hot cast iron skillet.
Finished Sous Vide Steaks with my wife’s favorite asparagus salad on the side. Just steamed asparagus, quick whole grain mustard balsamic vinaigrette, and some hard boiled eggs on top. Want to really bring the heat?…crumble a little lump crabmeat on top!
Lastly, here is my creation one night while hungry and at home alone. Lump crabmeat omelette! Three eggs tossed into a hot skillet well coated with ghee. As the eggs set a bit, sprinkle in the crabmeat. Transfer to a preheated broiler and cook until sides are puffy and brown, and the center is set. Top with some fresh arugula, and behold a masterpiece!
Feel refreshed, back in the saddle. Stay tuned a week from today for the first post in my new running collaborative series with Sarah at The Paleo Mom, our first topic we will tackle is Eczema.
Will also fill everyone in soon on an observational study I’m working on with Dallas and Melissa at Whole9Life.com looking at Paleolithic Nutrition and Diabetic control…should be awesome!
So long for now!!
One last thing, please visit my good friend and next door neighbor at her new Paleo Recipe Blog the FitPaleoMom. She is a great cook, and I am lucky enough to sample her goods as she develops recipes. Go visit her sight and let her know I sent you, that way I can demand more samples!!! By the way, her and her husband are the ones who tuned this doctor in to Paleo in the first place!
July 21, 2012 at 9:53 pm
Hello Doctor and friends! I ran across your post here at just the absolute right time. I have hit a wall about exactly where to turn in preparing nutritious food that tastes good. Your pictures of the meals with all the beautiful veg is so inspiring; they look soooo delicious! Now I can keep up and learn all about a paleo diet. Thank you so so very much. Cissy down in Texas