Hello, good lookin’. Wanna see what I was cookin’?

While I was at the hospital (working night six of seven), I ate leftover cross shanks and oxtails (from meaty quick pressure cooker bone broth), and braised kale and carrots.

When I came home in the morning, I was still hungry so I ate a handful of macadamia nuts and toasted a Frozen Waffle.

I’m gonna make another batch of these waffles way sooner than I should. And I’ll probably add dark chocolate chips to them.

Before I headed to bed, I seasoned a couple of chicken breasts with homemade Tabil seasoning (recipe is in my upcoming iPad cooking app) and dunked them in the SousVide Supreme for a few hours.

(Before a bunch of you get all huffy about cooking in plastics, please read my post about it here.)

I was totally unmotivated to cook dinner when I finally dragged myself out of bed. After I iced the sous vide chicken breasts, I pulled out some veggies (a head of cabbage, mushrooms, and spinach) and the leftover slow cooker lamb shoulder from the fridge.

I heated some spiced ghee in the cast iron skillet

…diced up all the veggies, plus half an onion…

…and sautéed them until soft.

Next, I tossed in the leftover lamb shoulder and cooked everything until it was heated through.

In the meantime, I grabbed a bunch of eggs…

…fried them over easy in melted butter…

…and plopped ‘em on top of the lamb and veggie stir-fry.

Then, I finally did some barbell work in the garage and headed to work for the last time this week. Yay on both counts!

There won’t be a new Paleo Eats tomorrow because it’s my scheduled biweekly vacay from blogging. In my absence, check out these great posts on the interwebs:

  • The Saveur Food Blog Awards. Yep, I’m shamelessly lobbying for votes. Please register and vote! Danke x 1000!
  • Mark Sisson’s WAPF-friendly post on Traditional Food Preparation and Preservation
  • Diane Sanfilippo’s comprehensive guest post detailing Adrenal Fatigue over at Robb Wolf’s site. Um, the Nombomb house might know a little something something about this topic.
  • Whole30®-approved bacon! ’nuff said.

About Michelle Tam

Hello! My name is Michelle Tam, and I love to eat. I think about food all the time. It borders on obsession. I’ve always loved the sights and smells of the kitchen. My mother was (and is) an excellent cook, and as a kid, I was her little shadow as she prepared supper each night. From her, I gained a deep, abiding love for magically transforming pantry items into mouth-watering family meals.

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