This was TILT burger in Portland, OR. Not pictured was the giant line of pies and cakes available. I’m not entirely convinced the whole thing isn’t a front for insulin manufacturers and the local cardiatric ward.
Minimum effort- you quarter a lemon, chop some shallots in half, crush some garlic, flour some chicken, and toss it all into an oiled oven dish. Then, drench with vermouth and toss with a precise mix of half your spice cabinet. Throw it in the oven for an hour (baste somewhere in the middle) and you’re golden.
Reheats like a champ. Pair it with your favorite starch and vegetable sides.
Argh…that burger and fries looks soooo ridiculously good. I’m on a Keto diet right now…so I could only eat the meat and lick the cheese off the fries. Ugh. I’m so tired of bacon and eggs. Hard to believe, but true.
Had to do it though. Tipped the scale at 230 the other week. I weighed 190 two years ago when I ran that triathlon. Goal this time is 190 and to never let it get above 195. I’m 6’ 2" - and 230 doesn’t look horrible on me…but it ain’t good either.
Tomorrow morning I’ll post up a picture of my Keto pancakes…
I cook a lot. I am currently working night shift and my schedule does not afford me a lot of spare time during the week. So in order to not spend my sim time cooking and then cleaning up during the week, I cook all my meals on Saturday. I do this at night as I said, I am on night shift so between midnight and 3 am I am cooking then cleaning up.
Meals are then put in Tupperware and ready for the week. Some get frozen too.
This weekend I made,
Red rice and beans with shrimp = This may kill me between the starch and cholesterol.
Oven baked Lamb chops with Roasted carrots and potatoes = More fat and starches
Oven baked Salmon = A break from fat and starch
Chicken cubes marinated in Nandos sauce (overnight) and pan fried. = Not a bad choice depending on my side dishes
Problem with nights is that I cant drink when I get up in the evening. I eat breakfast at 4 pm. A glass of wine or a beer is what I drink about 9 or 10 am before I go to bed.