Monthly Archives: August 2012

Vegetables with a side of vegetables – August 31, 2012

I ate a grilled potato and a bunch of vegetables. John ate the same thing but also added a bean burger. We had a little cheese on the green beans. the end.

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Bison, new potatoes and green beans – August 30, 2012

Wednesday night we went out to dinner with friends. We went to a small plates place where we shared a bunch of appetizers. Unfortunately, they were not on my list of things to eat. I tried to hold my hand … Continue reading

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Seared scallops with butternut squash and green beans – August 28, 2012

This dinner made such an attractive plate. John made a pan sauce for his scallops and I made a little low fat tartar sauce. At the same time as I was roasting the butternut squash, I also roasted some golden … Continue reading

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If it’s Monday, it must be chicken – August 27, 2012

I have been thinking about giving up on this blog. After all, I just keep eating the same things over and over again and I haven’t been particularly successful as of late in losing any weight. I have been successful … Continue reading

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Bison medallion with curried cauliflower and green beans – August 23, 2012

I stopped at Whole Foods in Palo Alto while I was over on the peninsula having lunch with Sarah and picked up a couple of packages of bison medallions. Each frozen package holds two medallions. Each piece contains 180 calories … Continue reading

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Turkey chili with arugula salad – August 22, 2012

I think this week is getting boring. We have eaten these meals a lot of times in the last 87 weeks of the new healthier lifestyle. I’ve been looking at some recipes from Food and Wine. I just have to … Continue reading

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Lobster tail, new potatoes and collard greens with corn – August 21, 2012

This is pretty much the go-to combination when we make lobster tails. This week, though, I had a leftover grilled ear of corn which made the collard greens with corn even tastier.

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