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.
fter the Holidays finally ended all we wanted was a home-cooked meal that was on the healthier side. We had Monday off so I knew I would have a little more time to spend on dinner if I wanted. Sometimes we do “Meatless Mondays” at our house. Like I have said before my husband is
ne of my husband’s favorite snack in the world is queso. Every time we go down south to Texas where he is from he always stops to get a container of the stuff he likes at Whole Foods that we don’t have in Michigan. Over the years I have tried to make homemade queso. One
n a day it’s 90 degrees out and you are planning your dinner for the night what is the first thing that comes to your mind? I bet it’s not soup. But for me since I could eat it every day it was what came to my mind. Probably because it was raining so hard
y husband is from the south. He LOVES spicy food and loves southwest/Mexican inspired meals. We were talking the other night about he could eat Mexican every night. I told him I could too IF it had a lot of vegetables. If you go to Mexican restaurant there are the staples, tortillas, meats, beans, rice,
o if you have been following my previous recipes you probably think I am some health nut that is borderline vegetarian. You aren’t far off base on that. Before I met my husband there would be weeks that would go by and I honestly couldn’t remember the last time I had meat of any sort.
f you read the “about me” section you will already know I am a super picky meat eater. It’s not that I don’t EAT meat and I’m a vegetarian it’s that I am very selective. Lunch meat grosses me out. I don’t care if it’s nitrate free, organic, grass fed or anything else I just