Steak. Crab Salad. These two are spectacular on their own, but pair them up and you’ve got a sure winner for a Father’s Day lunch.
Shabir joins me in the Paleo Garage once again and “The Bro!” makes a cameo appearance. We go over the angulation of excellent grill marks and things get a little smoky. If you want to read deep into the grilling the perfect steak, check out this article from a few years back in The CrossFit Journal. It includes the SOW/TOW recipe that we used while grilling.
(I think I’m about to punch Shabir because he told me he doesn’t like steak! Who doesn’t like steak?)
I’m keeping busy these days planning for the food booth that I’ll have at this year’s CrossFit Games. I have quite the team shaping up and we are going to do our best to make the event memorable from a foodie’s perspective. If you want to take part in any of the preparation, set up, or working the booth, get ahold of me and we’ll line you out.
There are five days left on the early bird pricing for the Alaskan Culinary Adventure. We have a few spots left, so if you are considering hanging out with a crew of Culinary Ninjas in AK in August, now’s the time to sign up!
I’ve got quite the menu together for tomorrow’s “Get It Together!” meal plan. Be sure to check back for that. Also, Shabir and I will be back on Thursday for “Carpaccio Two Ways”. Whenever Shabu is involved, the result is amazing so don’t miss it…
“Keep It Paleo!” my friends.
New York Strip with Carb Salad and Tomatoes
“Keep It Paleo!”
We have 4 – 10oz. New York strip steak which after cooking cook down to about 8oz each, and with steak measuring in at 1oz per block, that gives us 36 blocks form the steak. In addition, we have 1 pound (16oz) of crab meat. Crab meat too measures in at 1.5oz per block so we have an additional 10 blocks for a total of 46 protein blocks.
We are using 1-2 Cloves Fresh Garlic, but since this is such a small amount, we won’t count it towards our blocks. Instead though, we will count the 4 Roma tomatoes that we are using. We know that 1 cup of tomatoes so we will say that the tomatoes are 4 blocks totals.
Most of our fats are going to come from the 3 tablespoons Massie Mayo. We know that there are 144 blocks on 1 cup, so therefore three tablespoons equals 27 blocks. In addition you will be adding olive oil. For every teaspoon you add you will be adding 3 fat blocks, so if you add one tablespoon that brings you up to 9 additional blocks.
This meal is fairly protein and fat intensive, so you will need to supplement it with some carbohydrates. The proteins to fats run about a 1.5:1 ratio, so you will be a little under on your fat blocks for every block of protein you take from this recipe. But again, keep in mind that the more olive oil you add the more blocks will be added.