Man, did I make a good dinner tonight (if I have to say so myself!)!
Based off this recipe via Skinny Taste: http://www.skinnytaste.com/2012/07/sausage-stuffed-zucchini-boats.html
My only tweak to the recipe… I used ground turkey meat instead of sausage! Otherwise, followed it as detailed in the link.
QA: What’s your favorite new recipe?
Sometimes you just don’t have much in your fridge/freezer. This is one of those times. This is also a time when I decided to make up a recipe, and it turned out really good. Thank you Italian genes for pulling me through and coming up with an Italian salsa (of sorts).
As I put my ingredients into the pan, it started to smoke. I have this very natural fear of fire, and every time a pan starts to smoke because I haven’t properly cleaned the grease off it, I get anxiety. So first I turn the burner back off and pull the pan off stove. I make sure it’s just grease burning off, then I grab a salt shaker and prepare to dump it on the burner, then I curse myself for not having bought a fire extinguisher yet! I can’t handle the anxiety any longer. Extinguisher is being bought this weekend if it’s the last thing I do. The pan goes back onto the stove and cooks.
While ingredients are cooking on the stove, pork chops are drenched in basting oil, and stuck into the oven. Like my countertops? me too… not. Can’t wait to go Young House Love on a house I own.
While the chops are cooking, you try to not eat the delectableness in the pan on the stove. I couldn’t stop nibbling on it… SO GOOD. I could have eaten a whole bowl of just that, but I didn’t.
I took the ingredients and carefully spooned it over the perfectly cooked pork chop. If you’ve ever cooked pork, you probably know that pork is so temperamental! That stuff will over cook in a matter of seconds, and luckily I took it out of the oven seconds before it over cooked.
ITALIAN SALSA & PORK CHOPS
Hi, friends! Hope you had a nice MLK day whether you were at work or not! I did have to work today, but my lovely other half took care of laundry, grocery shopping and made an amazing dinner with homemade salsa! I got it gooood 🙂
I saw this posted on Katelyn’s page and loved it:
I loved it so much I printed it out and posted it on my fridge! Just a thought for the day 😉
Onto the workouts for the week:
|Monday||Interval Workout with Strength|
|Saturday||Weekend workout or Sexy Leg Workout|
Eats for today (sorry I sucked at taking pictures today):
Hope you have a nice evening!!
Good evening, friends!
Hope you’re having a great evening! After work tonight I headed to the gym and did an interval run that was quite difficult, and a few other moves (squats, sumo squats, sit ups, leg ups, push ups). Good stuff! I left the gym feeling exhausted and sweaty, just the way I like it after a workout!
I was wearing these socks today to walk to work and to workout, thus why I’m rocking the dress pants with them. SO HAWT!
In all seriousness, I got these socks from a Potomac River Running store. They are called ‘Feetures Ultra Light Cushion’ and I’m seriously in love. They are so comfy and they compress your feet (or that’s how it feels). Go buy them if you like your feet to feel compressed like I do! 😉
Onto dinner, featuring Trader Joe’s Thai Red Curry sauce (you might have seen me tweeting about it).
Wow, this stuff is delicious!! And this was probably one of the quickest dinners I’ve thrown together. When I got home from work, the BF had cut up two chicken breasts, so I cooked those up in a frying pan. In the meantime, in a large sauce pan I was cooking some stir fry veggies on high with some oil. So once the chicken and the veggies were cooked thoroughly, I simply mixed them together and dumped this sauce onto it. YUUUUM and this meal only took about 15 minutes. loves it. This will be repeated in the future.
Alright, time to spend some quality time with the most handsome man in Virginia! New NBC shows are on 🙂 and a glass of wine sounds delicious.
Have a good night!