I’m in a veggie rut. I do salad (sometimes), peas with almonds, and if I’m making soup of any sort I throw in frozen broccoli. What are your favorite ways to eat veggies? I’m going to try for the 100th time to get better at that.
Also I’ve been SUPER bad about cooking so I haven’t really taken any pictures eek. But here’s my latest Costco impulse buy and I’ll just say I DO NOT regret it. These things are super yummy. If you like coconut shrimp and cashews you should definitely check these out. Okay I’m going jump back on the bandwagon. Healthier eating take 58 go.
On the menu for this week…
|Day||Main Meal||Goals (Veggies, Whole Grain, Fish)|
|Sunday||Steak Salad||Grains and nuts: granola bars
Veggies: Peas, Salad
|Monday||Sweet Potato Sausage Hash and Eggs|
|Tuesday||Chicken Parmesan and Fettuccine Alfredo and broccoli|
|Thursday||Pre-Snap UT dinner|
These are the books that made their way to may home since the last time I shared
- Dead Silence
- Ender’s World
- Spellcaster (audio)
- Clockwork Princess (audio)
- Grave Mercy and Dark Triumph (check out my post about the Robin LaFevers signing if you haven’t already)
I’m hoping to get caught up on my Goodreads today I’ve finished a bunch that I haven’t gotten around to entering. Too many things going on I tell you! Linking up to IMM and Stacking the Shelves.
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I did NOT like the way Requiem went. I so enjoyed the first two books and I felt like everything fell apart in the last one.
Brooke @ Silver Lining says
I loved Grave Mercy! I’m going to go follow you on goodreads right now too – I love your taste in YA books. And I love that you love YA books.
I loved Grave Mercy and look forward to Dark Triumph.
I haven’t read Grave Mercy yet but its sounds good, how great you got a chance to hear the author speak!
Have a fab reading week!
Shelleyrae @ Book’d Out
You could try Edamame, they can be bought Frozen at the store and you just pop the bag in the microwave and then once steamed, lightly salt them and enjoy.
http://warfieldfamily.com/2012/09/spicy-squash/ Baked Squash where you can control the spice is awesome!
http://warfieldfamily.com/2012/09/our-favorite-italian-salad-dressing/ Or Cucumber salad is always great
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Heidi Rogers says
Daniel and I can devour a bag of edamame doused in garlic and parmesan. :)
Lorene (just Lu) says
Your stack of books makes me just want to run to bed and start devouring my own stack of books. Too bad I don’t have coconut cashews to keep me company, or I would definitely sprint there! :)
Veggies are hard for us at my house. My kids do really well with carrots and celery dipped in ranch… sometimes cucumbers. So I try to keep those stocked and ready for snacking. And then I’ve been trying to sneak squash into other foods since I know it’s good for us but we just can’t get it to taste as good as it should. I add it (pureed) to soups and sauces and feel good about being “healthy”. Good luck with take 58! I think I’m on at least take 72… since January…
Debra Hawkins says
I think I am going to pick up the Delirium series soon. I just put the first one on hold at the library. I just need to finish my review books first. Also. I freaking love Mara Dyer. Truly love. I relate to her, which is creepy in itself. :)