Dinner was my kids favorite last night. Pizza? Tacos? Mac-n-cheese? Nope!
Grilled chicken (on the foreman), brown rice (in the rice cooker cooked with veggie broth), and steamed broccoli (steamed over the rice in the rice cooker). I moved my nutritional yeast to the cheese drawer so I'd use it in place of cheese. It was getting neglected in the cupboard. I added it to my broccoli last night and it was great.
Breakfast was toast with almond butter, chias, and honey.
Today was back to normal! Squirrel went back to school and little buddy and I headed to the gym after we dropped her off. I biked 10 miles in 40 minutes and called it good. I'll probably do some kinect or at least get a walk in this afternoon.
Lunch was another salad. I know these will get boring but I'm trying to get rid of this cold so bring on the nutrients!
Greens, craisins, chick peas, carrots, celery, mmmm sauce, and nutritional yeast.
Plus two clementines on the side.
Did y'all catch the news over at Kath Eats Real Food? Of course you did. Did you read the post that sparked all the comments over how boring her posts have become? If you didn't I guess some readers commented and told her that her blog was boring and they didn't want to read it anymore. I have mixed feelings about it because it is her own personal blog but she does get paid to do it. So does she have to make her own blog entertaining? I don't know... This kind of goes back to my salad for the day. I know it's boring but I blog to moderate my food intake. I do like inspiring people to try new things and new recipes but I mostly do it to keep track of the food I am eating. I'm not trying to entertain anyone and I never want blogging to be a job.
Why do you blog? To entertain others, for a creative outlet for yourself, to use it as a food journal?