Discussion in 'Your Front Porch' started by Intrepid, Sep 6, 2011.
Ham and beans and crackers.
Grilled chicken burrito.
Broccoli and lean ground beef, butternut squash puree, blackberries.
I want to hear about the yummy soup
Mexican food, let's celebrate the not ending of the world
Salmon with vegetables.
potato curry. carotts, brocolli, shitakes, carrotts leek, brown rice, curry, fresh garlic
Lots of kale, tuna, butternut squash.
Kale, ha ha, the south has co opted you!
Nope. Mine is slightly steamed and sauteed with a hint of olive oil and garlic. It's not that gooey, buttery, icky mess I've seen around here.
I'm a food snob ;D But you knew that already.
i knew that. You know you can make baked kale chips that are pretty tasty and not bad for you.
I have! They turn out so yummy. I make them for my kids. Have to be careful to not crush them since they turn out so thin. But yep, very yummy.
Baked chicken breast, sauteed spinach, big salad with radish, walnuts, blackberries, apple and an avocado.
Chicken thighs with pear and leek sauce, broccoli and quinoa. Watermelon for dessert.
Pot roast, fingerling potatoes, green beans, fake ff gravy.
4 oz of grass fed ribeye, broccoli and quinoa again! (I'm so used to having some type of starch or bread with dinner -- the quinoa kind of fills that void for a while.)
I feel like such a heathen in my eating practices, that i will not report tonite's dinner.
Yeah, well, the rest of my family got pizza. ;D
When you eat this way for about 2 weeks, I promise you that the feeling of lightness, the quality of sleep, the level of anxiety that goes down, will make you feel very good. Eat lots and lots of vegetables, fruit in moderation and drink plenty of water throughout the day.