OK, so I’m much more creative in the gym than in the kitchen, but I don’t exactly starve, either. Most times I don’t plan my meals so much as I throw them together at the last minute; maintaining a strict Paleo household saves me from doing something (eating something) stupid. I guess my point with these food post is to show that one needen’t be a master chef — or even a decent chef — to thrive in the Paleo world. That’s not to say that I don’t appreciate finely crafted meals — I love Meesus TTP’s knocked-out creations! — but left to my own devises, I eat pretty damn basic. It boils down to this: after a long work day, I just don’t have all that much free time, and the free time I do have, I choose to spend on the bike, in the gym, or engaged in Vibram-shod “play”.
Anyway, here we go –
Got a couple of shots here of a brunch I made of sweet potato, bacon and grass-fed beef sausage. The other meal you see here carries the sweet potato theme forward by roasting some chicken quarters over a bed of sliced sweet potatoes. On the side, we have some boiled beets, the greens of which I’ll saute tonight and have along side some pork chops. The white plate contains a “salad” of apricot, walnuts, crumbled bleu cheese and vinaigrette.
By the way, If you haven’t done so, make sure you check-out Jimmy Moore’s interview with Dr. Robert Lustig of Sugar: the Bitter Truth fame. It’s a fantastic, informative, and fast-paced nutritional and biochemical romp. Grab a notebook, check out Jimmy’s show, and come on back in a couple of days to check-out my take on the good doctor’s message.