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Chipotle Pepper Marinade

Hi gang –

Quick and dirty video for a quick and dirty marinade.  I’ve used this on chicken and pork, in both the crockpot and in the oven (after an overnight marindae).  Pardon the random ourbursts, Marc Broussard will do that to a guy.

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Suitcase Kitchen: Stuffed Pork

Happy new year!  Yes, it’s still an appropriate pleasantry as this is my first real post of 2017.  I gather a mess of you are in the midst of a New Year’s Resolution or just trying to pick up the pieces after a messy (read: fun) holiday season.  I fall into the latter category.  Every year.

No need for excessive motivational words.  Long and short: Prepare.   There’s simply no better return on investment that having quality meals available.  You’ll be better in the gym, better at work, patient with your spouse, kids and will miraculously learn calculus.  I like pork, here’s a recipe.

If you need some motivation, check out my last motivational video regarding fitness communities.  We’re here for you.


I’ve been a little lazy on my posting in this space, but I remain pretty active on Instagram (@suitcasefitness) – follow me there.

Keep at it!

–  SF

Dry Rub Ribs!

Considering there’s a video, I don’t think this requires much explanation. So watch it!

Take home message: ribs can be a part of most any diet.  Don’t you go dying on me now.

If paleo: drop the brown sugar, add a little honey when applying the coconut oil and before the dry rub.  Run a thin line of honey down the meaty side and spread with your hands.

If atkins/keto: no sugar of any kind in the rub.

If zone: you can eat as shown, but you have to think about how many grams or “blocks” of fat you’re alloted per meal.  Since ribs are a fattier cut, you can’t approach with reckless abandon as people might on atkins/keto or paleo diets. 4 oz meat = 18g protein, 18g fat – subdivide appropriately!

Stay on your game and enjoy your delicious treats!