Some people cannot bear to try a new diet if they think that they will have to give up meat. A friend’s husband once told her that she could try cooking ‘gourmet food’ as long as he got his gourmet meat with his gourmet potatoes. Well on Fast Days the potatoes are out, but today meat is in.
3 small eggs of which you will use 1 ½ eggs per person HINT: If you are serving one person, crack three 2-oz eggs into a small bowl or glass measuring cup. Whip up those eggs and pour half of their volume into a jar with a lid and put it in the ‘fridge for next week. 1 oz. ground or chopped ham 2 oz of melon or 1.5 oz apple blackish coffee or blackish tea or lemon with hot water 5-6 oz green or fruit smoothie or natural apple cider
Chop the ham, slice the fruit, brew your hot beverage. Heat a cast iron or non-stick pan and spritz it with oil or cooking spray. Whisk the eggs and pour into the pan. When the bottom begins to set, distribute the ham over half of the eggs. Fold the omelette and cook to your favorite degree of doneness. Shake up the smoothie, pour your beverages, and you are off to a good start to your day.
Bison Burger 293 calories
one 4-oz bison patty [not beef. Venison is a good substitute if you have it] 1 oz sliced mushrooms 1.5 tsp of catsup ½ cup green beans 2 oz pickled beets
Sprinkle a small, hot, ungreased skillet with Kosher salt. Cook one 4 oz bison burger on one side for about 3 minutes. Flip it and cook until done as well as you’d like. Put on a plate to stay warm. Sides: Add some water to the pan and stir/ cook the mushrooms until soft. Meanwhile, in a separate pan, cook the green beans until soft. To serve, put the ketchup on the burger, top with mushrooms. Arrange those colorful sides on the plate and get ready for some good eating.