ummer time is in full force. And with summer comes summer parties and barbecues. Recently we had a party to go to and i knew I needed to make a dish. One of my best friends had been traveling in Greece and was sending me photos of his trip. My wanderlust set in and
uring the week I like to make quick meals. We also don’t eat a ton of pasta during the week. But this past week was an exception. I had made pesto on the weekend that I wanted to use up. Since my husband is on a new routine we have been measuring everything out.
ately in our house carbs are scarce. My husband has been on a carb-cycling plan so he isn’t eating as many. It hasn’t been too bad. I actually have eaten less by default as well. If he is following his plan strictly it’s pretty much 2 days with very little carbs, one day with them,
rowing up I remember my dad would make us grilled chicken caesar salads all the time. We had this indoor grill that he used to grill up the chicken and it always had a great char/almost crust to it. We always used Cardini’s caesar dressing that as a kid I remember being so good. It
hen I think summer eats I think of a few staples. BBQ chicken, corn on the cob, salads, watermelon and heirloom tomatoes. Corn on the cob was always a childhood favorite. We used to go out to family friend’s for the 4th of July when I was little and I always remember my grandpa’s best friend,
otatoes are my favorite carbs on earth. I could probably give up bread, pasta maybe, but never potatoes. I am a sucker for a really good french fry (not fast food, think gourmet, thick cut, seasoned well with with a speciality ketchup) but there really isn’t a type of potato I am not a fan
undays at my house are typically “Soup Sundays”. Even in the summer. I can eat soup when it’s 100 degrees out and it doesn’t bother me. I mainly make it because then I have a huge pot for leftovers for lunches for the week. However, this past Sunday I really didn’t feel like soup. It’s been so