On Labor Day, I started on a Keto/LCHF (low carb high fat) way of eating. I'm doing well eating this way...and it's much easier than I thought it would be! And boy, do my joints ever feel better with the extra fat in my diet!!! I'm still working on a 'grove' to get things rolling with new recipes. What it comes down to is the need to be more organized and do a monthly menu plan, which I did all the time when raising my 3 kiddos.
Here I was making my dad's famous grilled chicken. The 'sauce' is nothing but butter, Worcestershire, vinegar, salt and water. Low & slow & SO delicious!! The boys were over for dinner and I just forgot to snap a picture of the finished/cooked chicken.
- 1pint water Heat all ingredients till butter melts.
- 1pint vinegar Keep it warm throughout grilling.
- ½lb. butter Use mop/squirt bottle to keep sauce on chicken
- 3Tbsp. salt throughout entire grilling.
- 2Tbsp. Worcestershire Grill on med/low until chicken is very tender,
adding sauce often.
This is a LOT of sauce. I usually cut the recipe in half if I'm only doing a couple of chickens. I either cut them in half or quarters & start the grilling process with skin side DOWN.
This was a quick cabbage, onion & smoked sausage dinner I threw together. No recipe needed. Just browned the sausage & removed from pan while sautéing the onions & cabbage. Then threw it all together. We like our cabbage on the 'firmer' side. It was delicious.