i had to do the eep and now, I am going to crossfit again.
I pulled out my winter coat the other day and when I zipped it up, I had to do the “eep.” You know the eep? The little high-pitched eep that escapes your lips when, on the way to button your pants fresh out of the dryer or zip up your previous winter coat, you realize that you have to suck in the winter padding to get said zipper up??? Eep!
So I started going to crossfit again. We all remember the level 10 soreness going on the first time I started up crossfit? And while I have not become an uber-buff, crossfit-crazed, paleo-only masochist . . . (i really do enjoy crossfit), I very much appreciate the whole guten-free, unrefined food choices. They make my belly happy.
So expect to see some unrefined foodie recipes mixed in with the brownie batter cookie dough until the “eep” isn’t quite as audible . . .
Paleo BBQ Sauce
I couldn’t decide between a paleo honey bbq sauce and a paleo maple bbq sauce. Honey gives a more traditional BBQ flavor, but the maple syrup gives an almost smokey-like aroma. The longer you simmer this BBQ sauce, the thicker it will get. The coconut flour helps the thickening process along–it’s unnecessary if you don’t regularly buy it but your sauce will be slightly thinner.
The list of recipes you can use paleo BBQ sauce in is endless:
- pulled rotisserie chicken
- pulled pork
- chicken nuggets
- french fries
- BBQ chicken pizza
- appetizers, e.g., rumaki