Monday, August 27, 2007

Machaca scramble...and Espresso!

Hey there! Sorry for the delay in posting. We have been updating the office at the gym and a few other goodies. Gotta love DIY projects! Thanks to Shawn, Chrissy, Gary and Penny for the help. VERY NICE!

Back to serious feeding y'all! I made a machaca scramble this weekend and it was YUMMY. Here is how you do it:
Brown 1/2lb ground grass-fed meat (Ours was buffalo). Add ~1-3Tbsp of chili powder, 1Tsp cumin powder, dash of cinnamon and 1Tbsp coco powder. mix ingredients over high heat, browning meat and mixing spices. Scramble 6 Omega-3 eggs and add to the meat. Stir to prevent sticking, cook thoroughly. Serve with Cafe La llave espresso.
Time to completion:6-10 min.


Blogger scott said...

Oh, to have access to Cafe La Llave espresso! We are about to run out, a very sad day here.

Sounds like a nice, simplified recipe. I'll give it a go!

Scotty Hagnas
CrossFit Portland

7:18 PM  
Blogger Robb said...

Hey Scotty! I'll send you some La llave this week!

7:37 AM  
Blogger Joe said...

I made myself some this morning. Awesome!!!

12:07 PM  
Blogger Scott Kustes said...

I'm gnoshing on this right now...awesome recipe. It's like the world's perfect food (no, not bacon, the world's other perfect food). You have your meat and your cocoa and eggs...can it get any better than chocolate meat and eggs?

And Robb, are Californians allowed to say "y'all"? Y'all get all the other cool stuff, like oceans and mountains within hours of each other and earthquakes. Leave us southerners something.

Scott Kustes
Modern Forager

4:24 PM  
Blogger Robb said...


well...since my family is heavy into hound-dogs, NasCar, trailer parks and the like I think I can sneak in a few y'all's! Sounds better than youz-guyz.

Thanks for the props on the recipe! i like that coco effect. Really good with pork spare ribs and some Thai seasonings...

5:19 PM  
Blogger scott said...

Whoa! Thanks!! I haven't been able to make it south as often as I usually do....Roche said to tell you that you are her hero now.

The Machaca turned out great, and easy. Good one!


5:31 PM  

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