WHAT I ATE || 6.16.15 BREAKFAST// I made a yucky looking yet yummy scramble: sausage, red jalapeños, spinach, cheddar and eggs LUNCH// 2 BBQ chicken legs sliced cucumber SUPPER// grilled chicken tenderloins low carb squash casserole sugar free fire and ice salad SNACKS// my homemade imitation Claussen pickles chocolate toffee fat bombs BEVERAGES// coffee with heavy cream and sugar free coconut syrup 64 oz. pina
I don’t care if your preference is a filet, a sirloin a ribeye, a porterhouse, or whatever…it is hard to beat a good steak. For years, I thought a good steak came off the grill. Then I realized that one of my favorite steaks was the classic seared steak from Outback. I was now on the quest to recreate a seared steak at home. GET
I know everyone has heard me go on and on about eating low carb. In some situations it is really easy to find something to eat, and in some situations I end up either starving and wanting to chew my arm off, or falling off the wagon. Parties are one of those situations that can be really difficult for people on a special diet. Although
One of my favorite places in the whole wide world is Puerto Rico. My husband lived there for six years, we went there on our honeymoon, and we love to take our kids there. One of the advantages of vacationing in a place where you once lived is knowing all of the good places to eat! El Tenador in Juncos, P.R. is one of our
I am doing a Whole 30 Challenge this month, so I am eating mostly proteins, fruit and vegetables. This time of year, this means I am grilling pretty much every day. I had bought a ton of chicken legs last week, and this is my absolute favorite way of cooking them! Save Print Lime and Beer Chicken Legs Author: Kary Newsome Prep time: 8 hours Cook
As of yesterday, I had no idea what today’s post was going to be. Then my friend Mary asked me to do a low carb dessert. It is so hard to eat dessert on a low carb diet. There is always cheesecake, or dark chocolate. I eat enough Jello with whipped cream that I think Jello should start giving me some sort of reward points.
When I first saw this recipe, I thought there was no way that cheesecake could be this easy. Not only is it easy, it is, as my son Rob said, “the best cheesecake I have ever eaten!” My son, Riley, turned 15 yesterday (Eek! Permit time!) and requested it for his birthday cake. Since I am an absolutely horrible mother, and since I was out
Last week, I posted about my Green Tomato Salsa, my attempt to salvage my drowned garden. Now I am going to attempt to make it useful! My family absolutely loves pork butt roasts. I cook them all of the time in the slow cooker, with apple cider vinegar, and then use the cooking liquids (let’s be honest, it is almost straight fat) to make a