lunchtime! currently eating:
organic rolled oats with pumpkin puree, dried cranberries, dried apricots, pumpkin pie spice and a couple tablespoons of brown sugar*. mmmm mmmm! *sorry there is no photo. if it makes a difference, it’s not very appealing to the eye. :)
i just got a compliment on my breakfast
a co-worker walked by and said “mmmm… that looks good!” i made my own greek yogurt by taking some plain, fat-free organic yogurt, then i dumped it in a sieve (or mesh strainer) lined with two paper towels with a bowl underneath to catch the liquid. i left it in the refrigerator overnight so most of the liquid strained out and i was left with thick, rich, tangy yogurt. this...
A Month of 400-Calorie Dinners
nutritionista: Follow along as Real Simple posts a new healthy, delicious dinner for every day in January. This could not have come at a better time! I’m starting to get recipe fatigue. I need new ideas, and with this list, I know I won’t have to make any substitutions to create a healthier dish. A few highlights so far: Jan. 7: Ham, Gruyere, and Shallot Pizza Jan. 8: Crispy Chicken &...
Teriyaki chicken, spicy carrot salad and coconut...
jjae: For the chicken, I did the yooooj (“usual” - just so I don’t get any emails about it, but I still want to say “yooooj”): marinated in a mixture of teriyaki sauce, soy sauce, the last few tablespoons of bulgogi sauce, minced garlic, honey, cayenne pepper, orange juice and lemon juice. Then I switched between broiling and baking them to get the nice char that Joel loves. I sort of used...