my breakfast today: leftover japanese sweet potato heated in a pan with some bacon; leftover southern style greens; and some tangelo from our CSA. i squeezed a little tangelo juice over my greens and thought it was a great way to freshen it up. i'm going to keep that in mind.
skyler's lunch was extra fabulous today. whenever i take time to marinate and cook meat or veggies, i try to make way more than i know we need for dinner. cook once, eat twice? we eat three or four times usually, just re purposing things for whatever sounds good. this weekend, i marinated some flap steak in a great spicy chipotle lime marinade, then grilled it the next day. i also marinated and grilled a couple of chicken breasts. it was probably around three or four pounds of meat, which is a lot for two people. (we entertained for lunch with it too, but it's still a lot.) but we will use it for a lot of things, from salads to egg scrambles.
skyler's lunch, clockwise from carrots: carrots and baby peppers; whole wheat blueberry fig bar (this doesn't fit in with a primal diet, but he love them and the ingredient list is short); salsa; plain greek yogurt with raspberry jam; a big bag of coconut macaroons to share with his coworkers; grilled veggies; leftover grilled flap steak; and creamy avocado sauce for dipping.