I’m going to ask just a teeny bit of it from you today, and I promise the return will be immeasurable. This post was originally going to be a post about sliders, but then something really profound happened. The hubbs and I had bought some “dinner rolls” from the store to test out said sliders, and in one word – gluey. Glue-y? Yes, they were like glue. Not cool, nor appetizing. I could try to hop around to the grocery stores and farmer’s markets, but I still didn’t think that would cut it. I tested some bread recipes, and these buns are what I came up with! The craft beer component alone will give you bragging rights!
Babe! Welcome to the second week of the Resolution Files! Have you been good? I’ve been trying, and really, that’s anything anyone can ask for, right? Without further ado….
I totally get excited about healthy meals that are, well, exciting! For me that means adding depth of flavor to already star-struck veggies. We’re eating so many green beans for this meal, that we don’t need carbs! Wanna know why? We’ve got Mango Habanero Chicken Sausage up in hurrrrr! I wanted to keep the recipes in this series light, but that still appeal to my carnivorous husband. Let’s face it, we both crave the meats and the carbs, but when you have a dish like this, really you don’t miss it. I’m super serious!
This past weekend, a friend asked me for some healthy recipes. Her doctor had told her that she had to lose weight. This really resonated with me.
A few years ago, during a routine checkup with my own doctor, I was told that my body mass index(BMI) was over 30%. He said that puts me in the obese category. What mortifying words to hear! Those words really stung, and hurt, however the scientist within me softened the blow. My body mass index was too high, and that simply put me in the obese category. The doctor wasn’t out to hurt my feelings, he was just giving me the cold, hard facts.
The New Year is here, and with that comes new beginnings. We solidify resolutions for ourselves, and there is magic in the air! Can you feel that, gorgeous? We wipe the slate clean, and get to start anew. What an awesome feeling! Making resolutions for the new year is a ritual in which most people partake. Eating better and exercising are always the favorites (they’re definitely on my list). Spending more time with family, managing time more efficiently, loving yourself more, and planning better are all noteworthy resolutions.
Howdy, hey! Today is the last day of the year, ya dig? This year has been a crazy ride. Some things not so great, but there were some REALLY GREAT things that happened too! I was featured in my local paper. Shortly thereafter I appeared on the KCAA Morning Show! So rad! Then, a recipe of mine got featured in a magazine called Perk. Simply amazing. Keeping all this on the up and up can be tough at times, but hopefully I’ve inspired you in the kitchen! Most of these recipes are easy, some of them are indeed hard, but they are WORTH IT! Here are the posts you loved the most in 2014: