The other night, my sweet teeth attacked me. Literally, attacked me. There was nothing I could do.
|3 (THREE) layers of carrot cake|
|Chocolate Eruption: chocolate cream, chunks of cheesecake, slivered almonds and chocolate curls|
Thank you, Sweet Pepper’s Deli for having the best desserts ever. I die. These were devoured by Alex and I and distributed evenly to my thighs. But it was oh so worth it. Sometimes, it really is worth it. That’s what the Supreme 90 is for anyway, right?
|Green Curry Beef, thai hot…yes, please.|
Since the temps are up and the sun is shining bright, I’ve been on a mah-jah fresh food kick. I could live off of fresh fruits and veggies. I am quickly running out of patience with my garden. I’m ready to use it already! It has grown a ton since I planted it, and I’ve been talking to it nicely, so hopefully it won’t be much longer.
|The lone tomater.|
|The lone jalap, he’s just a lil’ guy.|
|The watermelon back from dead.|
One morning, I woke up with a black thumb. Everything was yellow and wilted. I clipped off samples and took them to the Veggie Doctor at Mississippi State. They were more than happy to help. The consensus of the plant department was glyphosate herbicide damage. HUH? Though he is a pilot, he is a farmer at heart. Alex actually disagreed with this diagnosis because we don’t use Round Up on the lawn nor do the neighbors. He thought it might be mildew or something, so as of right now, it’s still a mystery. Things are starting to perk up, especially the watermelon, believe it or not. I know it looks sickly in the picture above, but the entire plant was in a pathetic pile on the ground just a few days ago. It has come a long ways. I’m hoping it continues to get better.
You know how mayo is bad for you no matter how you try to justify it? I’ve been using the olive oil mayo lately, but it’s still just bad fat. In moderation, it is fine, yes. But come on, let’s be honest. No one likes clogged arteries and a bloated colon. Then, there was Vegenaise. Here are the stats on this guy:
- all natural
- gluten free
- …need I continue?
It’s a healthy alternative to mayo and it tastes just as good! Trust me, I sampled it right out of the jar.
With the help of Vegenaise, I made this beast in five minutes flat. I can’t get enough of it. I had some for lunch, I keep sneaking back to the fridge to get more…it’s that good.
- 1 bag broccoli slaw
- 4 Tbsp Vegenaise
- 2 Tbsp almond milk
- 4 tsp Dijon mustard
- 4 tsp raw honey
- sea salt, pepper, cayenne, garlic powder
Food is my favorite.
|Where has time gone??|