Well, it's official. I have become a procrastinator. I am not exactly sure when this happened. I USED to be ultra-efficient. Lists, color coding, and always tidy. Not anymore. I live in a squalor of heaps and piles and am being overrun by my stuff. And this procrastination streak has gotten me into a bit of trouble recently. In fact even just today I was procrastinating writing this Paleo Cabbage Hash post and in the process accidentally knocked off other tasks I had put off. I refilled a prescription and paid a speeding ticket- tasks I had put off for weeks (months for the ticket).
One of the other things I had put off bit me in the ass last week. Snow tires. I have them, but I had not yet put them on my car. I can tell you snow tires sitting in a shed do you ZERO good in the first major snowstorm of the year. Well, unless they are in a heated shed and there is a window, then you can sit on them and watch it snow. My procrastination provided an entertaining account of 9 things that went terribly wrong that day. Starting with the snow tires not being on my car and evolving from there. I think a detailed account is in order- maybe on a day where I haven't procrastinated away my writing time.
While I have been procrastinating, Raj has been working tirelessly on our free e-book (a thank you to all our email subscribers). It will be ready VERY soon. There are a few recipes in the book we haven't posted yet (along with some extra tips), so it's worth it to subscribe! If you have already subscribed, excellent! We love you and are so glad to have you on the team! With the holiday season in full swing, I know I am looking at ways to come up with a little extra cash. Our e-book is full of affordable recipes, and tips to make eating, well, a little easier on your pocketbook. Does anyone have a pocketbook these days? I think “easier on your interact card” sounds funny, but I'm getting carried away. This Paleo Cabbage Hash is not only affordable, and a great way to use leftovers (which I usually hate), but makes a great breakfast, or my fave: breakfast-for-dinner. Plus if you procrastinate like me, it's ready in just a few minutes, so you can have a meal in a rush! It's like healthy fast food!! And so many veggies!Print
- 2 Tbsp butter or ghee
- 1 clove garlic (crushed)
- 1/2 onion (diced)
- 10 mushrooms (sliced)
- 1 stalk celery (chopped)
- 2 carrots (chopped)
- 4 cups cabbage (bite-sized slices)
- 1/4 cup water
- 2 cups leftover meat (chopped)
- 4 eggs
- In a pan saute butter or ghee with garlic, onion and mushrooms.
- Add chopped celery and carrots and stir well.
- Add cabbage and water and cover, letting the cabbage steam for about 4 min.
- Add leftover meat (we used roast beef) and stir, cover and let meat warm for 4-6 min.
- Top with an egg of your choice (sunny side up, basted, poached, etc.).