As if today being Wednesday (half way done!) wasn’t awesome enough.
When our puppy Zeus chewed the bedroom door frame, Alan was furious. I told him it wasn’t the puppy’s fault because he was not told he couldn’t chew the frame.
I made a couple of dishes, had some friends over for dinner and we picked which food was our favorite – the Green or the Orange.
Sticking with my “not going to make the traditional football food” theme. I made a pork stir fry with julienned carrots, turnips, parsnips, green pepper, and onions.
Here’s what I had in my cupboard: Potatoes, onions, spinach, peppers and some tomatoes.
I should be embarrassed at how easy my recipes are. I try not to get stuck in a rut of making the same dinners, which is easy to do. Your kids like tacos, so once a week it’s ‘taco night’ then spaghetti, hamburgers, pizza, etc. Making something the kids will eat is the ultimate goal, a variety of foods is always nice.
I’ve done it too, all those silly cabbage soup, cereal, banana, cayenne pepper drink diets. They don’t work. Let’s see what Melanie Jatsek has to say about these silly fad diets.
We all want that instant gratification. How nice would it be if in two weeks we could lose the necessary weight to fit into the dress that’s currently 3 sizes too small?
I love to cook, I find it very relaxing and luckily my family enjoys my cooking. My husband has stopped asking me “What’s for dinner?” because I never know until I open the cupboard and then I start throwing things together.
If you want to enjoy the many health benefits of whole grains—including reduced risk of stroke, Type 2 diabetes and heart disease—you’ll want to be able to identify whole grain foods and their serving sizes.