Happy Sunday people! Hope your weekends were fabulous. Mine was pretty fabulous. I saw family and friends, ate good food, drank great drinks, and oh I nailed a handstand!!
When I say I “nailed” a handstand I mean I held my handstand for about three seconds, away from the wall, for the very first time. Bid deal. Huge deal.
On to the good stuff though…food! Continue reading
I think I’m getting this burger thing down! I had a bunch of basil left over from my Lemon Basil Chicken & Artichoke “Pasta” meal last week.
I figured why not throw the basil in some burgers? And if I’m going to have basil burgers well why not just plop them on some juicy tomatoes and top them with some fresh mozzarella? And so were born these Simple Caprese Burgers.
These burgers came out great, they were some of my favorite ones yet. I paired it with some parmesan quinoa and have lunch ready for the rest of the week!
Simple Caprese Burgers
- 1.25 lbs Grass-Fed Ground Beef
- 1 Cage Free Egg
- Sea Salt
- Cracked Pepper
- Garlic Powder
- Fresh Basil (chopped)
- 1 Big Juicy Tomato
- 2 Large Fresh Mozzarella Balls
- Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Add your egg, salt, pepper, garlic, and fresh basil to your beef. Mix together and form 4 patties. Throw on the grill over medium high heat for 5-7 minutes. Flip the burgers and cook for another 5-7 minutes.
Place burger on one or two slices of your tomato. Top with a few slices of fresh mozzarella. Sprinkle with salt, pepper, and extra virgin olive oil.
These burgers made my Monday a whole lot better!
I can’t take full credit for these primal salsa burgers. My sister gave me the idea this summer when she told me about her salsa turkey or chicken burgers. I decided to try them out with some real meat and on the grill. Now they have become a go-to dinner / lunch. I’ve really been enjoying bringing burgers to work for my lunch. They’re easy to re-heat and filling!
Easy Primal Salsa Burgers
- 1.5 llbs organic grass-fed beef sirloin
- 1 cup of fresh salsa (mine was from Whole Foods)
Mix the beef and salsa together and form 5 patties. Throw on the grill on medium heat and cook for 8-10 minutes on one side and then flip. Cook for an additional 5-10 minutes depending on your desired temperature. Wah lah! Told you that was easy!
For my sides I cooked up some quinoa and roasted some brussels sprouts with salt, pepper, and a sprinkle of parmesan cheese.
This meal was a perfect one to follow the workout I did tonight. I feel like my week doesn’t start until my Monday workout and dinner…it really helps kick me in to gear for the rest of the week.
- Ran 1 mile
- Walked for 5 minutes
- Biked for 5 minutes at a high resistance
Three Rounds for Time: Completed in 8:15
- 10 clean squats with 40 pound bar
- 20 box jumps
This WOD was a quick hitter but definitely kicked my butt. My legs are going to be feeling pretty sore tomorrow!