This year has started out a little rough for me. While I had talked about Self-love last week on the blog, with intentions of making more time for the things I love AND me in general, I instead continued to battle this wretched cough/cold. This weekend I finally felt better enough to venture out of… Continue reading Blue cheese beef meatballs, mushroom gravy and cauliflower mash
We just finished week one of the Keto diet. My husband is completely on board and it’s helping so much to have his support. Our goal this week was to stay under 25 grams of carbs per day and we stayed on track all week. I’m happy to report he’s down almost 10 lbs, and… Continue reading Sunday supper and a Keto recipe
Ok, so I started last year at a pretty dark place, but managed to finish on a pretty high note with lofty yet achievable goals. Running, writing, and researching recipes are high on my list this year mixed in with some awesome photography…Right? Um…so yeah…about that… Then, I cut my thumb on Christmas day,… Continue reading Time to be true-Two things…
I’ll keep this quick with my computer still being down but wanted to share this yummy recipe. What you’ll need: One head of cauliflower, roughly chopped. 3 cloves of garlic, smashed 2 tablespoons of butter Drizzle of EVOO 1/2 cup of milk 1/4 cup of low fat sour cream Kosher salt and pepper to taste… Continue reading Cauliflower purée recipe
Last week I logged 3 runs, and kept my eating on par…well, until the weekend where I chowed down on chicken wings while watching the World Cup soccer game…ooooooops… I started my week strong with my hubby, running a very humid and hot 5k to get us moving. It was hard, admittedly. There were plenty… Continue reading Gosh has it really been a week?
Here lately I have had people asking for my lemon vinaigrette recipe-which I have found to be so versatile, and my go to dressing for salads, fish, and even chicken/pork/steak. What you’ll need: The juice of one lemon 1 tablespoon of Dijon mustard 1 small clove of garlic, finely minced 1 teaspoon (to taste) of… Continue reading Lemon Vinaigrette with a little twist
Do you need a great, quick, and easy ‘go-to’ meal for those nights you don’t feel like slaving over the stove after a long day? This recipe will surely make your palate dance, and your belly full. What you’ll need: One bag of large, precooked shrimp. (I prefer tail on, as they seem larger and… Continue reading Shrimp salad with chopped veggies