I saw this recipe a while ago and it looks divine. It’s from a neat website called Sprout & Pea. The blogger is interested in cooking with fresh ingredients, and (in her “about” page) is interested in living by “Michael Pollan’s wise words, ‘Eat Food. Not too much. Mostly plants.'” You can find the recipe here.
P.S. Quinoa (pronounced keen-wa) is a pseudo-grain that packs a lot of protein!
P.P.S. Just found this great recipe from Martha Stewart for a breakfast quinoa!
I found this wonderful recipe from The Baking Beauties Facebook page (website, here; Facebook page, here). The Baking Beauties began when the owner, a Canadian, was diagnosed with celiac disease. The recipe is a contest entry for 100% Canadian Milk. You can find the recipe here. It looks very yummy!
I just check my Facebook page when lo and behold, this recipe appeared! It doesn’t even look difficult! (For all of you non-GF people, recipes that involved wheat substitutes can be daunting, to say the least.)
Today is Mother’s Day in the United States. Later this afternoon I will be cooking for my family, and more importantly, my mother!
Thus I did my walk/run this morning before I begin preparations for the mother’s day feast. I exercised for nearly 32 minutes, and completed my routine for Week 1: Walk for 10-12 minutes, then run for 1 minute/walk for 2 minutes for 10 minutes, and walk another 10 minutes. Yay for me!