06-15-2013, 03:17 AM
06-15-2013, 03:23 AM
She made it, so I'm just basing off what I remember.
Originally Posted by Mutton
1 medium/large onion
Canned tomatoes x1
Crushed garlic. x 1 tbsp
Salt (to taste)
Chilli powder (to taste)
Brown sugar (to taste - apparently removes "acidity" of tomatoes or something)
Cup of red wine
Fry bacon and onions in pan til caramlise, then brown the mince. Then pretty much add the rest of the ingredients - canned tomatoes, then the paste, all the other stuff depending on the quanitity desired, etc. Add the wine near the end an leave to simmer.
Serve over gluten-free spaghetti or whatever you like. Could perhaps go well on potato wedges. Would go delightfully with parmesan on top.
Vague instructions, to be sure, but it was her cooking and she insisted she do it. All I got to do was cut the bacon and stir the meat a bit, as well as complain a little about the sugar, which was barely noticeable.
It delicious, regardless.
06-15-2013, 05:22 AM
Onions, peppers, chilis, chorizo and eggs, scrambled up in coconut oil
And a bit of brie while cooking it up.
06-15-2013, 06:09 AM
Sweet 2-egg omelette with cacao butter, almond meal and coconut flakes, fried in butter
Can of tuna
Homemade cookie (shredded coconut, cacao, milk, butter, primal shake powder)
2 quinoa and almond crusted chicken wings, fried in macadamia oil
One purpley white sweet potato with butter (this was the best Thing. Ever.)
Another sweet omelette for dessert: one egg sweetened with stevia, 50g apple, sultanas, almond meal and butter.
And a few too many "tastes" of a kangaroo mince curry sauce I'm cooking in bulk to freeze.
06-15-2013, 06:26 AM
I had a half dozen large eggs, a 5 oz. top sirloin, some spinach and a slice of cantaloupe.
06-16-2013, 05:48 AM
Picked up a freshly slain Red Snapper at the Garak fish market in Seoul today, along with local grown vegis. Experimented with cooking one of these suckers up in my cast-iron skillet, in some grass-fed French butter!
06-16-2013, 05:51 AM
I had 3 eggs in butter and 1 cup mixed frozen veggies steamed, venison sausage stew (with golden and purple kumara) with broccoli and cauliflower with olive oil. I had two cups of orange juice, several cups of tea, and 25 grams extra dark chocolate plus 6 or 8 macademia nuts.
06-16-2013, 06:18 AM
A made a beef stew, but it came out more like a soup. Oh well, was still yummy.
06-17-2013, 06:37 AM
Back into school today. I didn't get enough sleep last night so reallllyyyy tired right now. My snack at work today was a Mayan choc nut bar (homemade) with coconut cream. It was so yummy but quite rich, even though I only took a little bit. Lunch was left over stew. I put in a tin of tomatoes, tomato paste and 4cups of beef stock. The stock had sugar and wheat flour in it so I've broken my W30 again, but I was dying for stew and I've never made my own stock before. Dinner was chicken legs and veg. I've already made my chicken salad for tmrw with left over chicken legs. Should be yummy. Now I'm just sleeeeeeepy!
06-17-2013, 06:48 AM
Oops! Wrote this in the wrong spot! Was meant to be on my journal.