Today’s tasty number came together quickly on our last day of the shoot we did in December. We had some leftover ingredients on hand and, employing the concept of “total utilization”, I wanted to use up the ingredients.
Paleo Jonathan ran to grab a clamshell of spring mix while I devised a plan. We put the cast iron on the burner, and before we knew it, we had a tasty lunch. While the protein prep is delicious, tasty, and looks pretty, it is the tossing of the salad that is today’s true lesson. Mixed greens, lemon, salt, pepper and olive oil are all you need brighten up any meal, breakfast included.
It was difficult to watch the Vikings lose yesterday. I don’t watch much football at all as I was burned time and again by the Vikings in the late 90’s. However, when they get to the playoffs, you can’t help but tune in and cheer them on. I did just that and was fired up to win! A 27-yard field goal is like a 1 foot putt in golf. However, where human performance is involved, there are no guarantees. The pressure was great and the field goal was missed. One would automatically think that they should fire the kicker, no?
With so much riding on something so simple, you’d think he should deliver, but no. He did score the other 9 points in the game and was the special teams player of the week only 7 days prior. I wanted to punch him myself, but then I saw a video of his interview. Check it out here:
Successful people are those who get up one more time than they fall down. Failure is part of success.
I hope you are encouraged by this today. Do your best, and when you fall, get back up. Hog tie some seafood, make a salad and be glad because you are…
“Keeping It Paleo!”
Hog Tied Seafood Sandwiches
• 6 slices bacon, thin sliced
“Keep It Paleo!”