Discussion in 'Good Food' started by MrBishop, Dec 8, 2005.
I would go see a doctor about that.
ha. ha. ha.
You know what I mean...I'm beginning to actually like it.
yeah, you should go see a doctor about that, I have tasted the stuff.
Sea Monkey fans.
it's not $5 worth better...
There was a quarter inch of clear oil sitting on the top. Really didn't look terribly appetizing.
Organic peanuts, palm oil and sea salt.... the only things I like in my peanut butter...
The rest just taste disgusting to me... too sweet and the oil they use is sickly... they make me gag. Actually anything with added sugar makes me feel very ill.
There's nothing on this earth like a good quality peanut butter. I also <3 cashew butter, and hazelnut butter. Yum, yum, yum!
I imagine that you must be discovering all sorts of kick-ass recipes since you've been losing weight. I know I did. Once I figured out portion-control, I actually started making MUCH nicer food than before when I was overweight. You want some RSS feeds? I've got a great collection of online recipe sources.
This is Camelyn's (Karen), btw: http://www.eclecticcook.com/
Wow, thanks for the link. The Asian Beef Sandwich with Ginger Wasabi Mayo has my mouth watering, although I would probably use a small wrap rather than the bread.
Since my op my taste in food has really changed. Meat must be very lean and tender, I'm nuts about fresh fish, I love lightly steamed or raw fresh vegs and fruit and bread and potatoes have almost disappeared from my diet as I prefer rice or couscous. I eat wraps rather than sandwiches. French fries hardly ever touch my lips, I prefer oven baked wedges, but I do like roast potatoes and mash, just not a lot of them. Usually just a couple of small roasties or a tablespoon of mash is enough to satisfy me.
I rarely eat pastry because it just tastes too fatty and fried foods are totally out, but I will happilly stuff myself silly on a fresh ripe pineapple.
My favourite foods run very similar to you. Here's a couple of my favourite foodie sites:
I love big flavoursome salads w/ lots of yummy things like cranberries, (light) home-made croutons, nuts, etc, etc, like this Strawberry saganaki salad), or this Wild rice w/ mushroom salad. Also a fan of slow-cooked meat - things like the Orange pork ragout, the Braised lemon chicken w/ sage, or the Swiss steak. Morrocon-style is awesome as well: Apricot lamb.
Ooh, and the Vege casserole, or the Pancetta parmesan lentils.
You might also like the Cod stew, or the Fire-spiced prawns w/ pineapple.
These recipes make great left-overs, and apart from the salads, they freeze well, so you can portion-control.
Recipezaar is good to find recipes & to figure out the calorie break-down.
i'm on her mailing list.
you ever try to make cassoulet? i love that stuff... beany goodness... with lots of rich and nutritionally superior animal fats.
I actually have... didn't realise that was what it was called though.
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