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So Ready for the Weekend

05 May

Hmm..not much going on today, except I actually made an effort to prepare hot breakfast for me and Hubby K after I finished my morning workout. (I munched on sweet potato prior cooking)

Fried egg, Costco Chicken Sausage and Trader Joe’s Uncured bacon.

Lunch was whatever left over from yesterday: Oven Fried Curried Chicken Fingers, Braised-to-Oven Fried Chicken Drumsticks and steamed broccoli.

Today’s weather was a bit cooler than yesterday, but that didn’t stop me getting my hands on these!

Aah Full Fat Fage Plain Greek Yogurt…I miss you so much! None of the stores around my neighborhood area carry this (only non fat and 2% fat -BLEH!), so when my co-worker C said she was gonna get her lunch at Albertson’s I instantly tagged along with her. That’s the only grocery store in the area which I usually go (in this case my workplace) carries this product!

Got back home, I cooked the lamb shoulder that I marinated the night before for our dinner. Plus steamed broccoli and lotus root from yesterday. Topped with Trader Joe’s Jose’s Hot Chipotle Salsa (can you believe I almost finished that entire jar???)

I’m soo ready for the weekend!

Speaking of which, I’ve been planning to write a post about what exactly is Paleo/Primal lifestyle/diet in depth rather than mentioning it here and there. I know some people would already familiar with it but I can’t always assume readers know about it, right? Also a post about saturated fat being bad is a myth should be a good one as well. Geez, I gotta research more. Writing a research essay is not really my strong point so that explains a lot why I’ve been procrastinating on it. Wish me luck!

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Posted by on May 5, 2011 in food, life

 

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2 responses to “So Ready for the Weekend

  1. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    May 6, 2011 at 6:31 am

    Those sausages look fantastic, with the herbs and pieces of vegetables in them!

    I’d love to read your post about the Paleo diet! For the other one, I find the Weston A. Price Foundation homepage a helpful source of scientific information.

    http://www.westonaprice.org/healthtopics/971-myths-and-truths-diet

     

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