After attending the class by KitchenWerks I did a little shopping. I knew that I had ground turkey that I had to use. I also knew that I wanted to make things that aren't necessarily appealing to Pete. So I bought a sweet potato, a yam, some green top carrots, red beets, red onion and turnips along with the other things that I grabbed while shopping.
Sunday we woke up and went to the gym where I realized that I've dropped my per mile time by 5 minutes since last year. So while I'm not quite running all the time, I'm walking pretty fast and putting 8-10 intervals of 1-1.5 minutes of running in my 30 or 40 minutes on the treadmill. I was pretty proud of myself.
We came home and I made myself breakfast: 2 eggs, 1 cup packed fresh spinach, 2 diced green onions, 2 slices low salt deli ham chopped, 2 diced mushrooms, 1/8 cup dicd red pepper. I made it into scrambled eggs and added 2 small slices of rye bread. Actually I had this for both Saturday and Sunday breakfast.
Breakfast was so late that I had a snack of 4 slices of low salt salami, 2 slices of swiss lace cheese and 2-1 inch slices of red pepper.
Dinner was awesome! All those veggies up there? I cut them into similar sizes and drizzled with 1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil and put them on a sheet pan with Pink Himalayan salt and cracked pepper. I roasted them at 425 for 40 minutes. They were DEVINE! All of the veggies get caramelized and turn sweet and so flavorful. I cooked the ground turkey into burgers with ginger, diced green onion, soy and 1 teaspoon sesame oil.
Remember those lasagna rolls that I made last week? I had 3 meals off them and ate total of 4 of them. The remaining 5 I wrapped up individually and put in the freezer. I can either defrost them and heat in the microwave or oven and instant dinner.
By the way, I have pictures of all of this! Where are they you ask? Well, they're on my phone and the emails have been sent to my computer - but for some reason they're in outer space floating around somewhere - all 3 copies of them. When they reach my Earthly email I'll post them...