I wast able to work on my yard a little bit the other day. A friend of mine let me borrow some contraption that helps pull out roots. I still have to do some digging but it was handy to have to do some of the heavy pulling.
The temperatures got up into the triple digits so after about 3 hours I had to call it quits.
I tried throwing some ingredients together to see if I could create my own recipe and now that I am sitting here typing I can’t remember all the ingredients. Not a good plan if the meal turned out to be amazing. But, it was just ok.
That evening I made some flank steak using a marinade recipe I found online. The recipe called for using the marinade as a sauce with some mushrooms. I know this sounds goofy, but I can’t remember the site. Sorry, I should give it credit because the steak turned out delicious. I remember using coconut aminos. Now I feel like a nerd because I just remembered I have some more flank steak in the fridge and I would like to cook it the same way.
If there is one piece of advice I would give people trying to change their eating style it would to plan your meals out. This ritual has been very helpful with keeping me on track. Even though a lot of my meals are getting repetitive it helps knowing me not stray from healthy eating.
You want your baked sweet potato fries to taste out of this world? Then use bacon grease…yes sir! I get my bacon from US Wellness Meats so it is MSG, Nitrate, Sugar free (and Whole30 approved) so it is all good. After cooking my bacon I use a little strainer and pour the juicy goodness in to a tupperware cup and put it in the fridge. Then When I make my baked sweet potato fries I melt the bacon grease in the microwave and then pour it all over my fries. Sooo gooood.
Sorry for the random and unorganized thoughts with this post…but it is my blog.