I am, however, noticing that I have a weakness for frying and baking things. I'm working on that...
Yup, roasted veggies for breakfast. Don't knock it until you've tried it!
I just opened up a package of frozen Brussels sprouts, put them in a pyrex lasagna pan, and mixed them with about a tablespoon of avocado oil. I put them in a 375 degree oven until they were slightly browned. Sometime I turn them once during the time they're in the oven, sometime I don't get around to it (and they still turn out fine).
I made this recipe up myself, and it is delicious! I slice green zucchini, and mix them with a bit of olive oil, sliced red onion, olives and Italian seasoning. I put them in this ceramic pan and roast at about 350 degrees until the veggies are soft and slightly caramelized.
(Some people suggest limiting zucchini on an auto-immune paleo style diet, I have decided not to worry about that particular restriction.)
I roasted chicken in the oven. I cut up a green cabbage, and combined it with minced ginger, chopped red onion, and a few golden raisins. I put the veggies in my cast-iron dutch oven with about a cm of water at the bottom, and boiled the water down at a medium-high heat while stirring them fairly regularly, until they were cooked through.
I learned a lesson making the sauce. There's a reason you don't find cilantro pesto very often....it's super bitter! I blended a bunch of cilantro, half of a zucchini, a quarter of a red onion, two cloves of garlic, olive oil, and about a tablespoon of maple syrup together. After I added the maple syrup, it tasted fine (though I probably won't make this again).
To make kale chips, rinse and thoroughly dry a large bunch of kale, and then rip it into pieces. Dump the pieces on a baking sheet (I usually bake it in two separate batches), pour about a tablespoon of olive oil on top, and then mix it with the kale by hand. Put into a 375 degree oven and bake, stirring about four times, until the pieces start to become crispy (this won't take long).
Top with a bit of sea salt and enjoy!