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clackley 10-31-2013 06:29 AM

It's THURSDAY! What's on your menu today?
 
And Halloween! Hope it is a happy and carefree one for you all. :)

broth with a pat of butter and 1 bpc
could be just some simple soup....not feeling like eating today.

Aomiel 10-31-2013 06:31 AM

B: 2 scrambled eggs in a bit of butter
L: 3 eggs deviled with 2Tbs mayo
D: 3 eggs scrambled in a bit of butter

Doing egg fast through Sunday.

monees lc 10-31-2013 06:31 AM

omelet w/sausage mushrooms coffee
L and D????

limetwist 10-31-2013 07:39 AM

A rainy and windy Halloween here, too. I have no plans except to stay inside and possibly dole out huge amounts of candy to any kiddos that brave the storm to come by. (That candy was purchased en masse at Costco before my restart...lucky kids!) The rest goes to coworkers.

AHEM! Anyway, today marks my 5th day of clean-as-a-whistle low carbin', and I am feeling great! I woke up at 5:30 AM inexplicably, though. Must be all that ENERGY! Hah, I doubt it...but hey, could be.

Today's menu, still in the style of one-meal-a-day intermittent fasting WARRIOR DIET, etc. Whatever you want to call it.

I'm currently enjoying a dark-roast cup of coffee and water. Tonight, however, will be...wait for it...

HALLOWEEN PORK BUTT

...or just regular pork butt. Made a rub of, hmm 50% kosher salt, then filled in the blanks with smoked paprika, a little bit of cayenne, and some freshly-ground black pepper.

Put it in the oven at 6:30 AM, will eat whenever I get home from work, after a 20 minute or so rest. With half of my portion, I am going to make baked pesto-cheese pork peppers.

Slice orange bell pepper that you got on clearance at Kroger (99 cents for 3 orange bell peppers is like, basically free, in terms of peppers) and put it cut-side-down on a foiled baking sheet. OH, and lightly oil the sheet tool, if you will. Move your oven rack up to the highest level and broil those peppers until the skin is black and charred. Don't do it too long! Take them out and you can place a bowl over them to steam the skins a bit, or just (carefully) remove the skins with a knife, or your fingers if you're hardcore like me.

Now fill your peppers with whatever you want. In my case, it's pulled pork, a thin layer of pesto, and some mozzarella cheese. Put back under broiler for maybe 1-2 minutes until they're nice and brown. Just keep an eye on them. Don't go tweeting your bestie or anything. STAY IN THE KITCHEN!

Serve alongside the naked portion of pulled pork, or you can just make a bunch of peppers. I only have one pepper left in the vegetable bowl so I'm splitting it between my husband and me.

Eat remainder of pork wrapped in green leaf lettuce.

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Now, for the fine print:

9 oz. cooked pulled pork
1.5 oz mozzarella cheese
1/2 orange bell pepper
150 grams green leaf lettuce
15 g basil pesto
2 oz. cream cheese (for 'dessert')

~1225 cal, 16g carbs, 4g fiber - 12 net carbs

MISS ME? ;D Giant post ahoy!

marieze 10-31-2013 08:22 AM

THRILLED TO "SEE" YOU LIMETWIST!!!!!!
 
:hugs:

limetwist 10-31-2013 08:39 AM

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Originally Posted by marieze (Post 16665335)
:hugs:

:hugs: Thank you!

I hope you got your readin' pants on, because I'll be writing up a storm every day. :cool: EVEN THE WEEKENDS! Even if I eat the same thing for seven days in a row!!!

clackley 10-31-2013 09:35 AM

:clap: looking forward to it!:clap:

susan41 10-31-2013 09:41 AM

Love the pork butt recipe! Thanks and nice to meet ya!

limetwist 10-31-2013 10:19 AM

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Originally Posted by susan41 (Post 16665458)
Love the pork butt recipe! Thanks and nice to meet ya!

Nice meeting you too! Sometimes it's so hard to keep track of all of the faces. :)

The pork butt recipe is awesome. You can also do it with any sort of shredded meat, really. Oh, or eggs! I actually was looking at the peppers in my bowl the other day, wondering what the heck to do with them. I thought of your classic "stuffed pepper" with beef and rice and wondered how something like this might turn out. It's almost like a pizza, if you used to take yours with green onions!

You could substitute the pesto for your favorite pizza sauce, I'd imagine. I have a homemade batch in the freezer that I should try the next time I get my hands on some affordable peppers.

snowangel9 10-31-2013 11:12 AM

Happy, rainy Halloween!

B - chili dog scramble, coffee with hwc
L - probably won't need it, breakfast turned out bigger than I thought :o
D - salad with chicken and bacon plus ranch

LowCarbedD 10-31-2013 01:13 PM

B: 2 string cheese, hot
L: Dble cheese burger protein style
D: meat balls marinara sauce, green beans
optional: protein bar if need be.

Lucy12 10-31-2013 01:18 PM

B - coffee and sugar free jello
L - BLT salad
S - 1/4 tsp peanut butter
D - chicken and caesar salad

mamasooze 10-31-2013 02:39 PM

B- ricotta crepes with blueberries, coffee
L- protein shake, 2.5 oz mozzarella cheese
D- chili spaghetti with Dreamfields, 1 oz cheese on top
S- a Terrible Tini for Halloweenie.

trishthedish 10-31-2013 02:42 PM

B- bacon and coffee
S- coffee
L- spinach and chicken casserole
S- coffee
D- pork loin, roasted sprouts, ranch
S- diet ginger ale

RoseofSharon 10-31-2013 03:15 PM

B: leftover chicken heated with cream cheese and pesto

L: cold cabbage and chicken salad with blue cheese dressing

D: Planning on a potato skin stuffed with broccoli and cheese, more leftover chicken, and a salad with blue cheese dressing

llisarray 10-31-2013 04:21 PM

Coffee, quest bar
Fried chicken thigh dipped in a little mayo
Big green salad w/iceberg, spinach, cucumber, tomatoes, olives, a HB patty and mayo/ dill relish for dressing
Coffee

Jenn11 10-31-2013 09:23 PM

Morning:
*1 cup of Pu-erh

Dinner@3pm:
*1/2 cup watermelon
*97 grams reheated beef roast on 1 Tbsp coconut oil
*Salad: 1/3 cup grape tomatoes, romaine lettuce, spinache, 1/4 green & 1/4 red bell peppers, chopped onions
*Salad Dressing: 2 teaspoons basil olive oil, crushed garlic, salt

*1 cup of tea later tonight :clap:


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