I bought the chips, pretzels, and sodas as a cheap way to feed a large crowd of (mostly) teenagers. But next time I think I'll spring for the time and money to do a veggies and dip tray as well, and fewer chips.
I have downed 12 glasses of liquid so far today. I'm aiming for a full gallon before I wind down for the evening. The food has been raw ahi tuna and cooked shrimp. Yum.
Saw an interesting set of recipes in a Martha Stewart Living magazine. Roast Spatchcocked Lemon and Onion Chicken, and two recipes that use any leftovers to make a soup and a salad. Minimal primalization required. (Only need to decide if I leave out the rice, make cauli-rice instead, or splurge on rice.) I just so happen to have 16 free-range chickens in my freezer(raised by a friend) so I whipped one out to defrost, and that's what we're having tomorrow.
I'm going to try T-Tapp. A friend is loaning me her dvd, once she finds it (). Once you learn the routine, it is supposed to take only 15 minutes, which sounds just about my speed. Don't know why I am feeling the inclination to exercise. Maybe by the time she finds the dvd, the urge will have passed.
I've been making Honey veggie/fruit smoothies every day now. He likes the idea of getting his vegetables without, you know, having to actually EAT them. Snicker.
Hmmm, veggies. Maybe I will do roasted cauliflower to go with the chicken tomorrow. Double yum!