In the past 24 hours, I’ve slept only two hours. It’s normal for me to be sleep-deprived every other Wednesday (the day I flip back to being diurnal), but today was worse than usual. I had a post-shift meeting to attend – and then Big-O had a medical emergency this morning (he’s fine now, by the way), so I ended up staying at the hospital for fifteen hours straight (10 hours of work + 1-hour meeting + 4 hours in the ED) instead of my regular ten. It therefore goes without saying that this post will be short and sweet. Well, maybe a bit sour, too, due to lack of sleep.
At work (pre-medical drama), I ate a ton of packed grub. First up was a box of leftover sous vide pork chops wrapped in bacon, nuked frozen green beans, and sautéed baby chard with shiitake mushrooms and bacon.
As a snack, I threw down some berries with chilled coconut milk…
…and a handful of macadamia nuts and coconut flakes.
My last meal at work was a container of Asian ground beef and cauliflower fried “rice.”
After the ordeal in the ED was over, I groggily drove home with Big-O. I was starving, so I devoured some melted coconut butter and macadamia nuts before knocking out for an all-too-brief two-hour nap.
When I woke up, I hopped in the car to go pick up my monthly meat CSA box. I recently upgraded to Marin Sun Farm’s package #2, so we now receive seventeen pounds of meat per month, which is kind of awesome. I filled up our new chest freezer with four T-bone steaks, two stewing hens, a boneless pork shoulder roast, pork spare ribs, three pounds of ground beef, a pound each of ground pork and lamb, and a partridge in a pear tree.
Now I just have to remember to defrost the meat in time for dinner…
Since I was tired and both of my kids were couch-ridden due to illness, we all just vegged out and stared at Scooby-Doo on the TV until my hubby came home from work. I’m telling you, watching the Mystery Inc. gang can be soul healing.
Dinner was super-quick and easy. I sautéed some tatsoi rabe in ghee with some chicken broth…
…and served it with Italian sausage and a fried egg (sprinkled with Fines Herbes).
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