Can I just tell you how excited I am that we got to 50 participants! Check out the full participant list here.
I’ve gotten most of the weekly updates from all of you via email – thanks for checking in! You can read all about this weeks successes on my Group 101 Page.
I was meeting my Mom and sister for lunch and a spa hair cut. I had a small egg sammie – with1 ounce of hard salami
So what about the duck fat fries? They were good . . . maybe my expectations were too high? But they served three different dipping sauces that kicked them up a notch! My favorite was the garlic aioli!
There happened to be a street fest going on when we left lunch. Anyone in Chicagoland will know about the Jesse White Tumblers, who were performing when we walked by!
Then it was off to the spa for a haircut! When my hair gets long enough to put in a pony tail, that’s all I do. So I decided to get it cut! Actually, when I saw Susan’s hair cut I decided to go short too!
I talked my sister into cutting her hair short too and getting bangs!
Thanks for a great day Mom!!
Tony cooked ribs in the oven while I was gone. He also picked up tomatoes – lots of them because they were only .39 cents a pound! Of course, I made more baja fresh salsa! My salsa is now famous – Ally made it and is selling it at her local farmers market – how cool is that?!
This morning I realized I hadn’t done a recipe for BSI! Nicole chose Paprika!
Crustless Sausage (1/2 zuccini) Quiche (printer friendly version)
Makes 4 servings (242 calories, 16.8 fat, 4.8 carbs, .2 fiber and 17.3 protein
|4||ounce breakfast sausage|
|1 1/4||cups milk|
|2||ounce mozzarella cheese|
- Cook breakfast sausage until done. Drain on paper towel. Mix all other ingredients into a 4 cup measuring bowl. Spray 8×8 pan with Pam.
- Put cooked bacon on bottom, then pour remaining ingredients over top. Cook at 375 for 30 minutes, or until eggs are set. I added hot sauce to mine because I thought it was a bit bland.