Burger (Question Mark?)

Day 21 of Whole30.  I keep forgetting I’m on Whole30 until I want a glass of wine.  Or until someone tries to put food in my mouth and I have to ninja my way out of it.  I kinda just took whatever I had left from last weekend’s haul of food and made this lovely specimen.  It has burger-esque features.  ALSO, I just wanted to say you’re welcome – for not having advertisements on my blog.  I get so f*ing irritated when I’m trying to look at a page and it takes 10 minutes to load cause there are ad’s all over the place and my computer starts to overheat just attempting to comprehend wtf is going on.  You is welcomeeeee.

(Makes a bunch)


1 sweet potato, sliced about 1/2″ thick

1 tomato, sliced

1lb ground beef

2 tbsp homemade mayo

4 large free range eggs

1 tbsp olive oil

1 tsp sea salt

1 tsp cracked pepper

2 garlic cloves

1/2 tsp garlic powder


*sigh* so much typing.

Preheat oven to 375F.  Place sweet potato slices on a large baking sheet.  Using a pastry brush, brush all the sweet potatoes with olive oil.  Season with salt, pepper and garlic powder, then flip them over and repeat on the other side.  Bake pucks for about 30 minutes.

Mix ground beef, 2 eggs, salt, pepper and garlic cloves.  Roll into small flat patties and pan fry covered on medium heat for about 5 minutes each.

Pan fry 2 other eggs.

Set down pucks on aesthetically pleasing slate tray.  Add burger patty.  Then tomato slice.  Then Mayo.  Then Egg.

Eat with no flatware.  Lay down because you ate too fast.


  1. This looks AMAZING! I’ll have to skip the tomato (nightshade) but maybe put avocado instead? And yes, thank you for no ads. The same reason I don’t want them on my blog. I always just give up on blogs that take too long to load or have popups all over the place!


      1. On Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at 10:52 PM For the Love of Paleo wrote:

        > > > Seriously, as soon as I saw no eggs I was like “this will never work”. > It’s the only breakfast food I can eat?!?! (on whole30, anyway) And that > makes sense. It’s amazing that food can affect arthritis. > > >


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