This weekend I was proud of myself for making dinner when I really just wanted to go out to eat. I had planned to make Rachel Schultz’s Skinny Crockpot Thai Peanut Chicken during the week but for this reason and that reason, I ended up pushing it off until later. Usually when this happens I just skip that meal and the food goes back. I didn’t let that happen this time. And I was glad … [Continue reading]
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Oh hi everyone! Yes-I’m still a blogger even though I haven’t blogged for two weeks! Ever since my surgery, I haven’t really had any interesting things to blog about so didn’t. Why blog when you really have nothing to say?!
Now that my life is returning to it’s normal routine (minus exercise…sad face…), I have a little more to talk about. For instance, I’m returning to the real world and going to work! AND… [Continue reading]
I have been on an Asian food kick where most of my meals are some sort of Asian-inspired dish. A few weeks ago I had made Martha Stewart’s Thai Coconut Chicken with Pineapple Salsa. This dish was quick and easy, light and fresh and the chicken was tender. I would suggest using fresh pineapple because it really can make the dish! I didn’t have any Thai chiles so I used a regular jalapeño which … [Continue reading]
I’ve been on an Asian food kick-made some Pad Kee Mao and decided to make Food.com’s Thai Coconut Rice Noodles with Chicken the other night. I think I like these types of dishes because they tends to feel more healthy and actually is pretty easy to make. This dish also had toasted coconut on top which Dave said it made it seem like dessert! Another meal on the “repeat” list for us! The supermarket I … [Continue reading]
As much as I love a home-cooked meal, sometimes a girl’s just gotta have take-out! The other night I had a late night at work and Dave and I weren’t feeling like eating leftovers from this week. On nights like those, we often like to have Thai because it’s simple, cheap and often on the healthier side. Rod Dee which used to be one of our go-to’s on a late night hasn’t been up to … [Continue reading]