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Day 3 Dark Green Smoothie: 02/26

Originally posted on tarojunction:

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1 Apple (cored)
1 Crystal Pear (cored)
1/2 Lime (Remove peel, keep pulp)
1-2 handful Spinach
1 spoon Honey
1 spoon Flax Seed (Grounded)
1/2-3/4 cup Water
a couple of Ice Cubes


The crystal pear has been uneaten in my house for a while so I decided to chop it into this recipe. If you eat these like you do an apple, you’ll know how juicy and refreshing the pears are.
I am using the Nutribullet for my smoothie making and it’s been really convenient! For a snack size smoothie I use the short cup.

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One-Pot Meal: Spicy Rice and Beans with Pulled Chicken

Originally posted on Love, Food & Beer:

This is a crazy easy one-pot meal that you can make after work and have it ready in time for dinner. It’s also a difficult meal to ruin, as the main ingredients spend most of their time cooking in stock, which allows the flavors to combine and deepen. This recipe also makes A LOT of food, which means that you’ll have lunches planned for the following week.

My wife, who will periodically request a large pot of this for dinner claims that – like chili – it’s even better as leftovers.

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Ingredients:

  • 1.5 tbs vegetable oil
  • 2.5 lbs chicken breast
  • 1 medium onion – diced
  • 2 cans diced tomatoes
  • 2 tsp chipotle chili powder
  • 2 tsp cumin
  • 1 tsp coriander
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp black pepper
  • 2 cups (or more) chicken or vegetable stock
  • 1 can pinto beans
  • 1 can black beans
  • 1 can corn kernels
  • 2…

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Chipotle Honey – Roasted Chicken w/ Stewed Pinto Beans Fajitas

Originally posted on My Meals are on Wheels:

Today’s Menu: Chipotle Honey – Roasted Chicken w/ Stewed Pinto Beans Fajitas

I had a Ham and Scrambled Egg Sandwich for Breakfast this morning. Using Boar’s Head SmChipotle Honey Roasted Chicken Fajitas 006oked Honey Ham, 1 medium Egg (Scrambled), A shake or two of frank’s Hot Sauce in the Egg, and a Kroger Wheat Hamburger Bun (Toasted). Along with my morning brew of Bigelow Decaf Green Tea, I was ready for the day! Not too bad out today, sunny and in the low 30’s. They say in the 50’s tomorrow but rain all day. Got out and cleared the driveway of the remaining snow and ice. Then got out and ran an errand for Mom and stopped by the bank and back home. For dinner tonight, last night’s leftovers makes my dinner tonight. I prepared a Chipotle Honey – Roasted Chicken w/ Stewed Pinto Beans Fajitas.


Yesterday’s meal of Chipotle Honey – Roasted Chicken…

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Spicy Corn Salad

Originally posted on Recipes From Molly:

Here is a recipe that makes use of one of the only consistent items of produce you can get in the Maine winter: frozen corn. Blah, yeah? NOPE! Not at all. It turns out that all frozen corn needs is a little love and for people to do anything other than steaming it. In this recipe, I cook the corn in a hot cast iron skillet until it is charred and sweet then mix it with a spicy dressing and crunchy jalapenos and bacon. Don’t worry, since the seeds are removed from the jalapeno, it isn’t too hot.

Pan roasting corn is a great way to brighten up the regular winter vegetables. In fact, it is so tasty that I still like to make it here in Hawaii where I have all the produce you can think of even in the middle of winter! I like to eat it by itself…

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Tex Mex Salad with Cilantro Dressing – Guest post for Aruna!

Originally posted on simplyvegetarian777:



When Aruna, the author of Aharam, contacted me in January for a guest post, I jumped at it. You have to see Aruna’s work, if you haven’t done it already!! She is super fantastic. Works full time, travels for work the whole time and still churns te dishes one after the other, without failure. Most of them are indian traditional dishes and very educating, always telling a story or importance behind the dish!

She wanted me to make something different for her blog. My love for Texas and it’s food is beyond limits. I had the best food experiences of cultural and fusion cuisines in that state of USA, which stands with pride as a mini country in itself.

So created a Tex Mex salad, as colorful, warm, hearty, happening, ravishing, full of oomph….just like Dallas, Texas! It’s calling me again. If things go fine, will relocate back…

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Carb Cycling Day Twenty Six – Low Carb

Originally posted on Band Geek to Bikini Model:

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Fasted Cardio – 45 min, 15 min of pup-pup play time because she is the best part of my existence.

Breakfast: Seafood Fritatta Pepper, Protein Muffin, 1/2 TBSP PB

Lunch: Kale Salad (Sprouts, Kale, Spinach, a whole bunch of green, good shit), Shrimp, Smoked Salmon, Bell Peppers, a teeny bit of olive oil.

Lunch 2: Salmon Burger, Spinach, Almonds, Bell Peppers

Dinner: Smoked Salmon Egg White Omelette (1 Whole Egg, 6 TBSP Egg White)

Snack: Protein Shake, Rice Cake w/ PB

Calories: 1484
Fats: 77g
Carbs: 51g
Fiber: 14g
Protein: 134g

I didn’t lift today because rotator cuffs are still bothering me and I want to give it some time.

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Asparagus, Sugar Snap Pea and Ricotta Pasta

Originally posted on Titch Makes Toast:

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So England’s been doing what England does best for the last couple of days. Rain. Rainrainrainraaaain. My life has been effectively reduced to testing how quickly I can cycle to and fro the library, and obstinately keeping my curtains firmly closed while at home to try and block out the bleak outside world.

In a similar vein of avoidance, the food I’ve been eating has been uncharacteristically sunny – snacking on strawberries, trying to incorporate as much fresh fish as a student budget will allow, and using an absurd amount of green veg. This pasta dish from TopWithCinnamon screams all things ‘spring’ to me, it’s vibrant and fresh, with a little bit of tang… and so darn pretty.

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Broccoli Cabbage Salad

Originally posted on Sonja's Homemade:

I love this broccoli salad! It is not saturated with dressings and sugar like other salads I have had. I like to add cabbage and walnuts for extra nutrients. This salad is even better the next day as leftovers for lunch and dinner if you have extra. I like to serve this with grilled chicken or fish, but it is great as a meal on its own too. You can omit the bacon for a vegetarian version. But if you eat meat, the bacon adds a smokey bite and really brings it together. Let it hang out in your fridge for at least an hour before you serve it so the flavors can meld together. If you want to make this gluten-free just check your mayonnaise and bacon labels.

For the dressing:

1/2 cup mayonnaise

1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard

1 Tablespoon apple cider vinegar

1/4 tsp salt

1/4 tsp pepper

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Coconut flavoured Sweet potato dumplings – Baked

Originally posted on Chitra's Healthy Kitchen:

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Golden brown and crispy oven-fried dumplings inspired by tater tots. Sweet potatoes blended with coconut powder then coated with bread crumbs for an added crispiness. These we’re a delicious little treat, and were extremely easy to put together. These dumplings with a golden, crunchy exterior and light, fluffy interior.

This is a great side dish or appetizer, best served warm

Yields-12-15
Preparation time-20 minutes
Baking time-35 minutes

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