wait a minute... so "there were croissants in the building" and you had to taste a bunch of ice cream but you're blaming.... the hummus?
As I sit here reading this, I am eating a chipotle salad! I avoid the dressing though... I find that the mild salsa and the salsa verde are enough dressing for me. And I eat a little lettuce in every bite to add a nice crunch.
learning how to properly salt food.
I've made this many times. Seriously crave-worthy. I get requests to make this for special occasions! Definitely worth a try even if you are scared!!!
oh man, there's a tiny sandwich shop in sturbridge, MA that has the BEST seafood chowder ever... I have to pay them a visit every time I'm in the area!
yes, strength training helps... good shoes help!! Icing after activity. Fish oil supplements- a natural anti-inflammatory. Taking fish oil had dramatic effects for me when I had a bout of plantar fasciitis.
Yes, I want to know this too.. olives are one of the last foods I need to learn to love, or at least get along with.
pasta with veggies.
when you go to the linked website, you have to register. there is a link to check it out without registering, but that link brings you back to seriouseats... WTF?
the year I was in london and ate a turkey sandwich from starbucks for my thanksgiving dinner :(
sweet potato casserole...
shepherd's pie :)
Just last night, I had the italian tuna in olive oil out of the can with a squeeze of lemon juice and some cracked pepper. Yummm. When I was little I would eat spaghetti-os from the can.... Haven't had them in years but I bet I would still prefer them cold.
with vodka obviously!
that's funny, I happen to be making the cauliflower, bacon and orecchiette tonight for the first time since it was originally posted... yum!
- Buy the chicken with skin and bone attached and remove the skin and bone after cooking but before serving to hubby. You, on the other hand, can enjoy the good stuff!
this was going to be my suggestion. The bone adds way more flavor, and the skin acts as a juice shield.
meat as a condiment/side as opposed to the main event.
La Sa Tom- coconut curry soup with shrimp.
my resolution is to really appreciate everything I eat instead of stuffing my face with whatever is nearby.
mix it with meat sauce like the recipe here: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2008/09/squash-gnocchi-with-meat-sauce-recipe.html
soft scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, cream cheese & chives
my beef stew! My secret ingredients are fennel and kale. mmm so hearty and delish
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