I like spending time in the kitchen on the weekends. Especially when it means I don’t have to spend time in the kitchen during the week!
This is what a typical cooking day looks like.
Frittata. An eight-egg frittata will give me breakfast for four days. A nice thing about this dish is that you can bury of a lot of leftover veggies and meat in it!
It’s so easy: Cook a bunch of vegetables in a couple of tablespoons of bacon fat or coconut oil in a cast iron pan. Throw in some chorizo, sausage or bacon…or not. While the veggies cook, mix eight eggs in a big bowl with some salt & pepper, maybe some turmeric and paprika. Then pour the egg mixture over the veggies and cook at 350F about 15 minutes. Once the frittata has cooled down, I cut it into quarters and store away in individual containers that I can grab and heat up in the morning in about 60 seconds. And while it’s microwaving in the morning, I cut up some avocado to put on top!
For an actual recipe, I like this one from PaleOMG.
Soup. I like to eat soup because it’s easy to make a LOT of it. And because Santa brought me the prettiest purple immersion blender and I’ll take any excuse to take it out.
Some kind of meat in the crockpot. I like to have a couple of pounds of beef or pork ready for any meal.
These are some of my go-to’s: