Another day of Paleo eats…

The first meal I ate at work was some leftover slow cooker roast chicken and nuked frozen green beans.

As a snack, I munched on some kale chips and a handful of Bing cherries.

For my last meal at work, I chowed on leftover slow cooker Thai yellow goat curry and braised cabbage.

After work, I went with the family to my favorite farmers’ market and bought some berries…



…and Bing cherries (last of the season!).

Wanna see how excited my kids are to eat free samples?

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree…

Don’t fret! I didn’t just stock up on fructose. I also bought a ton of veggies…

…a nice fillet of wild king salmon…

…and a TON of pork, beef, and goat from my favorite pastured meat stand.

In case you’re wondering, I still get a monthly box o’ meat from the Marin Sun Farms CSA but I needed a little extra protein to get me through until my Wednesday delivery. Really.

Before catching some shuteye, I attempted and FAILED to secure reservations to the French Laundry in September. My super powers are waning…

When I woke up in the evening, I skinned, divided, and seasoned the salmon fillet and dunked the vacuum-sealed packets in the Sous Vide Supreme.

Next, I prepped the ingredients for slow cooker pork pot roast that we’d be eating the following evening.

While I was cooking, I noshed on some yummy roasted rosemary almonds that Fitbomb made while I was sleeping. Yep, he’s pretty terrific.

Once I stored my mise-en-place for the pork pot roast in the fridge, I finished up with dinner by plating the sous vide salmon with sauteed spinach and minced garlic, leftover roasted portobello mushrooms, homemade guacamole, and cherry tomatoes.

Dinner preparation was a breeze thanks to my hubby (who whipped up the guacamole) and my SousVide Supreme.  

After dinner, I ran over to Phil’z Coffee and picked up a mug of Ambrosia Coffee of the Gods with heavy cream. My sleep this workweek has been terrible so I seriously needed a pick-me-up before heading to work.

Thankfully, I only have three more nights to go!

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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