Kristin + Corey Paleo Log Blog

March 30, Day 30
March 31, 2010, 5:12 am
Filed under: Daily Not Bread, Effect on Workout, Emotions, Food Log

Our workout yesterday was a bit of a doozy, and I wondered if that’s what was making me so ravenously starving this morning — I woke up feeling like I could eat a truck.

We decided against doing that, but we did rustle up a hearty breakfast:

9AM Breakfast – Steak, Eggs, and Sliced Tomato and Avocado

We used the rest of the mushroom peppercorn sauce from last night on the steak.  Eggs over easy.  Was awesome.

Our grocery delivery comes on Tuesdays, so we were a little low on fresh ingredients today, so Corey grabbed what was in the fridge and made lunch.

1PM, Lunch Lettuce Turkey Wraps with Leftover Curry Sauce

It was very simple and surprisingly delicious.  Key was the type of lettuce, we don’t know what this stuff is called but it worked perfectly.

We wanted a curry dish for dinner, we’re mildly obsessed, and Corey had found some Vindaloo spice that would be perfect with the free-range chicken chunks that arrived in our delivery today:

7PM, Dinner Chicken Vindaloo over Spaghetti Squash

We expected to have leftovers to take for lunch tomorrow but no such luck – this was amazingly delicious.

I have to say – both Corey and I felt a bit off today – somber mood and a little draggy.  We tried to analyze if it might be something we ate (as we’re realizing now that everything from morning mood to sex drive seems to be related to what we put in our body) – but couldn’t figure it out.  We concluded we need a vacation. To somewhere hot!  Where we can wear our new bathing suits!

The challenge ends tomorrow.  I wonder if anyone has been as obsessive about this as us.  At stake is a 6 month gym membership at Crossfit, which would come in pretty damned handy.  Fingers crossed.


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I tried spaghetti squash recently for the first time ever after reading about it on this blog. I love it- thanks!

Comment by Kate

Can you post the recipe for the Chicken Vindaloo? Looks so good!

Congrats on finishing a month of eating so well – that is completely awesome!

Comment by Amy

Amy, the chicken vindaloo was awesome!

Corey found an organic (no msg, no added salt, no preservatives) vindaloo spice at our local organic market, and other than the spice is was just:
1) whole purple onion, chopped and carmelized
2) two skinless organic free range chicken breasts, diced and browned
3) 1 can crushed organic tomatoes.
3) 1 can lite coconut milk
…mixed with the vindaloo sauce.
Optionally you can throw in some fresh basil and thyme like I did, or some extra pepper.

We then poured over spaghetti squash. Seriously took less than 10 mins to prepare from start to end.

Comment by kristincorey

Thanks for posting this! This does look easy…now to just find the vindaloo spice…

Comment by Amy

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