Um, I ate like crap this weekend.
It was so delicious, all of it, but it was total crap.
The problem, you see, is that when I cater a lot for other people I have no desire to cook for myself. I have a desire to have someone serve me in a restaurant, and so I ate lots of delicious crappy restaurant food.
Sorry, it's true. It's healthier to cook at home.
So, we're going to try to be better this week and eat more of the actual food we have in our house instead of frequent restaurants so much.
For at least a week.
Or a day, whatever.
Do you ever accidentally eat too much yummy/yucky food all at once and then feel bad about it?
You aren't alone!
This here website has a WHOLE ENTIRE PAGE dedicated to some of the healthier recipes I love to make.
You can check it out here! I'm always looking for new recipes to lighten up, so if there's something you're dying to make in a slightly healthier manner, let me know! I'll do some tests and offer some ideas for lightening up favorite foods.
Enjoy these! I'm going out to buy kale and drink more water....
Adam 'Heehaw' Justice
We (in America) really need to learn to adopt France's approach to eating food: consume smaller portions. We can enjoy and savor those amazing dishes that have been prepared using full-fat creams and sauces, if we'd just learn to portion control. It's not the fats and carbs that are necessarily bad, it's our over indulging habits that come back to kick us in the stomach. Oh, and staying away from all this prepackaged fast-food garbaging and opting for local, fresh wholesome ingredients.
I totally agree! I like to offer both because, frankly, some folks still love a huge bowl of pasta, but the European way of consumption is 100% my preferred method.
Is that grilled tofu at the end? Why have I not thought of this yet?
This post is completely up my alley. Cheers!