Suitcase Kitchen, Ep 7: Kitchen Sink Egg Bake

Egg bakes, frittatas, whatever are great catch-alls for that aging food in your fridge.  Generally, you really can’t fuck them up too bad as long as the eggs are cooked through.  So with that in mind: Set your 375 degrees and bake your final product for 40 minutes.

This iteration is nothing special, just what I had in my fridge and losely aligned to the breakfast macros I am going for.


If you want to get down with the macros in this thing, I account for about 6 serving.


Less fiber, there’s 100g of net carbs in this meal.  Here’s the ingredients as well:


These eggs are your canvas, do what you will with them.  While you don’t NEEEED breakfast, some people like me simply can’t survive for more than a hour or two without eating after waking up.  I’m soft, I know.  Good to have these little bricks prepared if you’re rushing out the door.

Hopefully this approach is part of your arsenal in the new year.




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We are busy. We are overbooked. We are traveling. We are unmotivated. We are tired. We are agitated. We are unproductive. We are overweight. We are unhappy. We are why. I'm a pharmacist, I travel regionally for work and have been all of these things. What elevates me from these emotional ditches? Good health. My nearly 100 year-old Italian grandmother "Nana" said a long time ago: "If you don't have your health, you don't have nothing." Considering she still rakes leaves and gives me hell for, well, just about everything, I think she's pretty damn sharp and fit. On the other end of the spectrum: My dad died at 65 from a heart attack. He was a diabetic, a previous smoker, a recovered drug addict, a food addict, hypertensive, arthritic, immobile nearing amputation and, simply, wasn't living. For all intensive purposes, I'm fit and healthy. Armed with degrees in biology and pharmacy (read: loans) and these two family stories, you'd think staying on track is easy. Newsflash: it's not. Traveling / Working / Fathering / Mothering / fill-in-the-blanking are obstacles we all have to overcome. So, how do we do it? Suitcase Fitness was born from the hope that by sharing my small health and fitness victories while traveling, others may be inspired to find new ways to stay engaged with their health. My vision is that others will use this venue to share their "baggage" and small steps taken to overcome health challenges. I get by with a little help from my friends. - The Beetles The things that last, never happen overnight. - Slaves

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