Pulled pork. Is there any carnivore whose heart wouldn’t skip a beat? And, Hawaii? In the dead of the winter? Can it get any better? Yes, it can. You can make it right at home, in your run-of-the-mill slow cooker.
When two great forces fiercely battle each other, what happens to the battlefield upon which they fight?
Right. It gets destroyed.
You are a battlefield. You probably don’t think of yourself this way but that’s what you are nonetheless.
Have you ever found yourself trying many apps, each promising to do what you want them to, only to find that they do no such thing?
It can be frustrating. Luckily, it’s easy to install and uninstall them, but it gets old quickly when you do it time and time again.
Walking is an important part of our routine. We try to include 3 to 10 km (~ 2 to 6 miles) a day as a permanent part of our physical activity.
Say, which would you like first, the recipe or the story of how it came to be?
…thought so. Recipe it is.
No, sorry. Health stuff first. If you like pasta as much as I do, its nutritional data may give you a bit of pause – and rightly so. Let’s look at what comes with 100 g of its, shall we?
330 calories, 65g carbohydrates, 7g fiber and 13g protein. And that’s whole wheat pasta, which is not even the worst of the possible offenders.
Here is the nutritional comparison of my replacement:
Pop quiz: which of the following do you agree with?
- You can lose weight while eating delicious foods
- You can improve your health by eating well
- To lose weight and stay healthy you must deprive yourself of tasty foods
If you agree with the first two statements, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s exchange ideas, findings, news, and recipes.
If you agree with the third statement, you’ve come to the right place. Give me a chance to change your mind about that notion.