Burger, corn on the cob, baked beans (Mom's recipe, but you can use the ones from the can), and a salad This was written in May, 2020 and is being posted in July, 2020. Then, there were still shortages. Now, there are fewer. In the future, there may possibly be shortages again; things seem quite… Continue reading Healthy food when you can’t cook… at all.
Eat the rainbow... useful! Over the last six years or so, I’ve lost 50 pounds. I am sooooo slow to lose weight and so quick to gain it that it’s ridiculous. I’m at my very last few pounds at this point. I am finishing another year of Precision Nutrition Coaching, which helped with fitness. I’m… Continue reading Weight Loss — All the Tools, None of the Details
I posted about French fries and anything-goes soup in the last few days. There are other good ways to use basic ingredients to end up with things you're willing to eat. When I was at the store early in the pandemic, the frozen foods were pretty wiped out, and many of the other convenience foods were,… Continue reading More Recipes for the Kitchen Challenged: Egg Dishes
So it's the end of our second year of Precision Nutrition Coaching. Before anything else, I'd like to acknowledge John Berardi and Phil Caravaggio, co-founders of Precision Nutrition, for creating something awesome that has helped me and Rich a ton. And we have had awesome coaches. Scott Quick was Rich's coach both years. My coaches… Continue reading That Weight Loss Thing — Hey Look, Workout Pictures!
As I mentioned here, it appears that there is lots of produce in the stores, and farmers are having to destroy some of it. The recent news about supply chain problems in factories certainly bring home the message that there are a lot of steps between us and our food. Making the best of it… Continue reading Recipes for the kitchen-challenged: Easy anything-goes soup