Having not cooked in a while, I ended up reading an article in the New York Times that really made my mouth water. It was about roasted broccoli with shrimp. Having roasted cauliflower before, I knew what roasting did to veggies: brought out their warm, sweet flavors. Doing this with broccoli and adding the needed protein of shrimp made for a really, really quick meal:
At a friend’s apartment recently, we were offered to sample a new product. Someone’s aunt (the crazy hippie aunt everyone seems to have) had sent them a box of raw food bars to try out. You know it’s going to be good when someone offers you food with a disclaimer along the lines of “do you want any of this before I throw it out.” Review and modern sculpture after the jump.
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Today was a rough start for me. I woke up feeling rather stupid after having drank way more than I should’ve, and had a horrible headache. Even after chugging a Propel fitness water, I felt like poo. “Store…”, I squeaked to my boyfriend, “We have to go to the store. I need Aleve…”
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Those on the east coast got to experience the heat wave last week. To cope, I hid at my girlfriend’s apartment with central air. At home, my mom got treated to a 2 day power outage (the kind that cascaded across Jersey for various reasons). Trying to save the fridge food, she kept it stocked with some bags of ice.
It gets nasty after the break.
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The excellent diet blog, DietBlog (creative, innit?) found a collection of pictures that represent what a 300 calorie meal looks like. While I obviously review, cook, and enjoy food, I’ve lost around 20 pounds since the beginning of the year using simple tools such as visual portion control to cut the weight. Not eating 400 calorie Panera Bread cookies also probably helped.
What tools help you keep your eating in check?