Wednesday 9/18/13

Skill Work
Spend 12 minutes alternating between 90 seconds of Pistol practice and 90 seconds of double under practice

WOD
3 rounds for reps of:
1 Minute Max Effort Row
Rest 30 seconds
1 Minute Max Effort Toes-2-Bar
Rest 30 seconds
1 Minute Max Effort Wall Balls
Rest 30 seconds
1 Minute Max Effort Kettlebell Swings
Rest 30 seconds

Basics
1 Minute Max Effort Row
Rest 30 seconds
1 Minute Max Effort Kettlebell Swings
Rest 30 seconds
1 Minute Max Effort Wall Balls
Rest 30 seconds

Buttery Eggs & Leeks

Primal, not Paleo…like it matters :)

Ingredients:
4 leeks
3 Tbs butter (I prefer ghee)
3 Tbs heavy cream (optional, I prefer pastured cream when it’s available)
6 eggs (I prefer free range, Omega 3 enriched preferred)
2-4 slices cooked bacon, crumbled (I prefer uncured bacon)

Directions:
1. Trim the darker green tops off the leeks ans slice the lighter green/ white bottom section in half lengthwise.
2. Rinse each leek well, then slice crosswise into thin strips.
3. Melt 2 Tbs butter in a skillet over medium-low heat and add the leeks, sauteing gently for a few minutes before putting a lid on the pan and letting the leeks cook for 8-10 minutes until very soft.
4. Keep the heat low and stir occasionally; a little browning is okay, but mostly you just want the leeks to get soft. (I noticed I didn’t cook mine thoroughly enough so don’t stick to strictly to the time above, they key idea is that they are soft).
5. While the leeks are cooking, whisk the eggs with 1 Tbs of cream and a pinch of salt (I prefer sea salt) and pepper. Warm the remaining Tbs of butter in a pan over low heat then add the eggs. Keep heat low and stir the eggs constantly as they cook so they don’t brown and become too firm. When the eggs are cooked but still a bit loose and soft, remove from heat and divide on two plates.
6. Stir remaining 2 Tbs of cream into the leeks and season with salt if needed. Spoon leeks over scrambled eggs and garnish with crumbled bacon.

Tasty Rating: 8
This is a very tasty recipe, especially if you’ve been dairy-free, they creaminess is a delight. I love this recipe because of it’s simplicity, it’s a fast cook for those days you are struggling to get to work on time. Plus, you’ll have extra cream in the fridge that you don’t want to go bad so you can treat yourself with cream in your coffee and we all know a good day starts like that!

*Recipe from Mark Sisson’s Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals (by far my favorite Paleo/ Primal cookbook!

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