It was a be-yoo-tiful day in the neighborhood today. Spring has sprung!
For breakfast, I fried up a scramble in bacon grease with leftover broiled asparagus, sautéed mushrooms, crisp bacon bits, and Sunny Paris seasoning. I topped it with ½ an avocado and Primavera salsa.
At lunchtime, I fried up a couple of “spicy” chipotle chicken sausages and ate them with nuked frozen broccoli and my sister’s kick-ass homemade leek mustard.
These links barely left a tingle in my mouth – spicy, my ass.
For snack, I ate some strawberries and coconut milk (in honor of Miss Melissa over at Less of Mimi)…
…and an embarrassing amount of coconut flakes, coconut butter, and macadamia nuts.
For dinner, I was planning on just making a few veggie sides since hubby was bringing home some charred meat sticks. Since the veggies would only take about 30 minutes to cook, I just puttered around the kitchen until 5:45 p.m. Then, I looked on the website for Paradise Kabab House and found out they were closed on Mondays.
WTF are we gonna eat? This gal needs to eat something with a soul and a face.
While I waited for the fowl to reheat in the SousVide Supreme, I threw a halved and seeded delicata squash (brushed with avocado oil and sprinkled with Fox Point seasoning) into the toaster oven to bake…
…and stir-fried Kohlrabi greens in butter with minced garlic and a few drops of fish sauce.
When the veggies were finished cooking, I took the duck legs out of the water oven and fried them up in some duck fat.
Here’s my dinner plate: