Yes I am! In fact, I even bought a planner. The ultimate sign of a hectic schedule. Besides organizing my work day, it has helped me plan out the meals that I want to make.
One of the recipes that I have recently made, and really enjoyed, was featured on a Dr. Oz episode (of course) about ovarian cancer. The recipe Dr. Oz and Dr. William Li made was Sea Bass with a Mediterranean Sauce. Because of the price of Sea Bass, I made this recipe with Tilapia, another tasty white fish. If you don’t eat fish, I would just try the sauce, it’s amazing! I have used it on top of brown rice, and sauted greens (kale, collards, chard). It really adds nice flavor.
Besides my Dr. Oz recipe (maybe I can be nominated as his biggest fan?), my time in the kitchen has been limited. Which is a real bummer because I have a ton of recipes to try! Check these out, make them, and then tell me how they are =]
- I found a recipe on Yum Sugar for Cream of Tomato Soup. I LOVE tomato soup, but find the canned version too salty, and too sweet.
- This healthy Pumpkin Cheesecake is made with greek yogurt. Endless Beauty posted a video for this recipe on youtube almost a year ago. So i’m more then just a little behind on this one.
- I may be a little bias, but Whole Foods never fails me when I’m searching for a new recipe. I can’t wait to try this Curried Cauliflower Soup.
- If you haven’t read Kelly’s Blog (Meals for Miles), check it out. Currently earning her masters in nutrition/dietetics, she one of my favorite blogs to read for nutrition and health information. Plus, she is my running inspiration, she is crazy dedicated! Anyway Kelly, why haven’t I made the salmon cakes that you posted forever ago?!!? The can of salmon has literally been in my pantry for that long.
- Speaking of blogs that I love, Emily (Daily Garnish) is a vegetarian culinary goddess!! After attending Johnson and Whales, Emily (also a momma to be!) lives in beautiful Seattle, Washington. Two places that I dream of going to. (You are a lucky girl!) Emily very recently posted a recipe for Spiced Oatmeal Raisin Cookies made with pumpkin. And if I am not totally exhausted after this post, I will go make them!
- My love for white fish always has me searching for new recipes, and I can not wait to try this one I found on the Food Network for Baked Costa Rican-Style Tilapia with Pineapples, Black Beans and Rice. yummm
So my next day off, I’ve got some big plans
Stay Natural ♥ C