y husband recently started a new workout program and is strictly following the meal plan that goes with it. Which is making it harder for me to put together meals. The real challenge is when I want to cook vegetarian. He is allowed lots of protein and unlimited veggies but his carb intake is restricted.
remember seeing a commercial for either Chili’s or Applebees before. They had this cheesy chicken skillet that looked so good. The base appeared to be mashed potatoes then they were topped with fajita veggies and chicken. To finish the dish they topped it with cheese and melted it. Now if you have read a few
n true Sunday fashion we were sitting around watching playoff football (Go Pack Go!) trying to figure out what soup to make for dinner. Notice I don’t say “what to make for dinner” but “what SOUP to make”? Because I make soup seriously every Sunday. It’s a great way to make a large quantity of
ately low carb nights have become a common theme in our house. Previously I have written before about how my husband followed a pretty strict carb cycling program that helped him drop 10 lbs. Now it’s more of a lifestyle for him. Typically we don’t eat many carbs during the week or if we do it’s a
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
am not sure if I have mentioned enough my LOVE for travel. Especially international travel. I don’t regret too many things in life really because I believe that whatever experiences you go through, good or bad, will teach you a lesson. You will learn something about yourself through your experiences. However, one thing I wish