Happy Sunday! As I aggressively push myself to lose the remaining twenty pounds, this was a great opportunity for me to resume calorie counting and making entries on MyFitnessPal. So I began burning calories walking to various supermarket checking for deals. As a result I ended going to three Asian markets and spent less than $10 on the star ingredients for this game plan.
For this game plan, the star ingredients were: zucchini, plantains, cauliflower, tofu, eggplants, peppers and carrots.
I am so excited to create these dishes. Stay tuned!
Happy Chinese New Year!! Happy SuperBowl 50!! It’s is also Vision Awareness Month, American Heart Month, National Children Dental Health Month and International Prenatal Infection Prevention Month.
Well now that the big game is over, it is time to take on a diet challenge in the effort to lose weight and inches. Time to focus on the real purpose of Tablespoons and Teaspoons by devising a game plan that will take on this challenge over the next two weeks. Stay tuned.
Happy Snow Weekend! It’s been a rough couple of days as I am recovering from a very bad cold thanks to the change of weather resulting in a lost sense of smell and taste. Over the last week, just been stocking up on fish such as tuna steak and wild salmon. What was purchased and stored from the last two weekends is coming into use especially being snowed in for the weekend. I am carrying over some recipes from the previous Sunday Game Plan, which I did not have the opportunity to make last two weeks.
It’s been a long weekend but very excited to post Tablespoons and Teaspoons’ first Sunday Game Plan for the week. After reviewing various circulars, a budget of $30 was set aside to do some grocery shopping for this week’s meal plan. This meal plan works well with anyone who wants to lose weight and take up “clean” eating. Below is the handwritten version of the game plan which lists recipes that will be prepared and made.
Utilizing the ingredients purchased on a $30 budget, at least 12 healthy cost effective recipes can be created for the week with the high probability of leftovers. In terms of current pantry items the biggest investments were the olive oil, rice, cooking spray and soy sauce, everything else in the pantry was purchased under $3 per item. Current pantry items are separate from the $30 budget grocery shopping.
Can’t wait to put these ingredients into great use and make quick, budget friendly and healthy dishes. Stay tuned!!
The popular New Year’s Resolution is to lose weight or eat healthy.
This blog will display a week’s worth of posts consisting of a game plan listing items that are on sale. There will be vegetarian, traditional and healthy recipes. In addition, there will be throwback photos of restaurants and happy hour deals that are worthwhile. But more importantly key food ingredients will be dissected to discuss its benefits to alleviating disease symptoms and improving health.
This is going to be an exciting year so sit back and enjoy!