Thursday, March 26, 2009

Il Mio 124th Giorno

Instant Replay

I'm feeling kind of beat tonight, folks. I also ate a little too much for dinner.

So, I'll just keep it brief for now and rise up to fight again tomorrow. Be well, y'all.

8:00 am

+ a shot of organic espresso

9:15 am

+ The Wowee Zowee Meal Replacement Shake - 2 oz of organic heavy cream, 2 oz of organic coconut milk, 3 oz of purified water, 2 scoops of natural vanilla whey protein powder, 1 scoop of Amazing Grass Chocolate Green SuperFood, a pinch of pure stevia, and 1/4 tsp of Also Salt)

1:00 pm

+ Whole Foods Market leg of lamb

+ 1/2 cup of homemade mashed cauliflower

2:30 pm

+ a shot of organic espresso
7:00 pm (pictured above)

+ a few slices of thick cut natural chipotle salami

+ a few tablespoons of organic sour cream

Note: I ate these while preparing dinner. I had an early lunch and was starving.

+ 1 1/2 Bacon Burgers - 15% beef patties with organic bacon, organic shallots and organic Monterey Jack cheese

+ 3/4 cup of garlic broccoli


More to come ... I hope!

4 comments:

Oct said...

some things are so good that you don't mind the rerun. That meal looks good! Hope you feel better today. I was just noting that my eyes feel heavy like little weights. I think maybe we both need more sleep.

Harry said...

No doubt. More sleep would be most welcome. I hope we both get more of it this weekend! :-)

I agree about the reruns. If I like something, I don't mind eating it often.

4athomej said...

Would love to know how you cooked the broccoli fries...need something new...

Harry said...

Howdy, Janice. I only jokingly referred to them as "fries". :-) But they are tasty and semi-fried.

Here's how I make 'em (they're super easy):

+ I thaw and drain a 16 oz package of organic broccoli florets

+ I put a mixture of organic olive oil and organic butter in a big pan - on low-medium heat. Once the pan is hot, I place the "dried" broccoli florets in the pan, trying not to crowd them too much.

+ I cook 'em "low and slow", leaving them on each side until they slightly brown and crispy.

+ After one side of the broccoli is done, I add some organic sliced garlic. I also grind in some sea salt and sprinkle some red pepper flakes for a little heat.

The trick is to let them cook slowly until they brown. If you do this, the end result will be crispy and much milder tasting than regular broccoli.

If you try this out, I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. :-)