Friday, July 29, 2011
Blissfully Blessed: A guest post and delish recipe!: "I am so excited for my first guest blogger because she happens to be my little sis! She is such an amazing cook and baker. And her recipes n..."
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
1 huge head cabbage
1 huge head leaf lettuce
2 yellow squash
3 bell peppers
1 bunch cilantro
1 pkg blueberries
4 Fuji apples
It was all organic and locally raised. I averaged out what I would have paid for the organic produce at the store and it came out to over $40.00 I got all the above mentioned produce for $22.00!!!! They are running a promotion for the first 4 boxes at that price! What a great deal! Go check them out, also Crossfit is hosting a pickup location so you can get it while you are at the gym, I know convenient right?!?! http://www.freshstepsonline.com
Friday, July 22, 2011
Chop the tuna steaks until large chunks and put in a food processor with all the ingredients. After you zest your lime squeeze the juice from 1/2 into the mix too! Process until it is well mixed and it starts to form a ball in the bowl.
Take the burger mixture and divide it into 4 equal parts by scoring it with your hand. This way the burgers are equal in size and they will take the same amount of time to cook.
Sunday, July 10, 2011
12 Jalapeno Peppers (or how many you want to eat, they are great reheated)
1# Chicken cut into pieces that will fit into the pepper, seasoned with your favorite seasoning.
Cut the tops off of all the pepper and carefully scrape all the seeds out, the best way I found was to take a butter knife and put it into the center of the pepper and twist it back and forth, then just dump out the seeds.
Stuff the raw chicken into the pepper cavity and wrap with bacon. It takes one full slice of bacon to wrap the pepper properly (say that 5 times fast!). I have grilled them and cooked them in the oven. Grilling them is a little tricky because of the fat from the bacon, cook it up on the top rack if you have one or use indirect heat (turning on one side of the grill or putting briquet's on one side only). They took about 45 minutes to an hr depending on the size in the oven at 350 degrees. Just make sure the pepper is soft and the chicken is thoroughly cooked. I used a meat thermometer to make sure they were done enough. Aim for 170 degrees for chicken.