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Brilliant lunch with my ❤️ at this modern Athenian restaurant @nolanrestaurant. The Japanese / Greek roots of the chef definitely shine through. Perfectly balanced flavors, respect for the product and great Greek wines to compliment the pure flavors. A must visit if you're ever in the neighborhood.
Would have never thought to make a 🌽 risotto but it was really delish @marleyspoonnl 👌🏻. Just subbed part of the rice for cauliflower rice and omitted 1/3rd or the 🥓. Although I don't believe there's such a thing as too much 🥓, there is unfortunately a thing as too much calories 😫. Be creative, not restrictive.
Sooooo much food just for meeeee 🙌🏻. My man is outta town again. After spending half the week in 🇫🇷 for a workshop and the other half out socializing I'm quite happy to have some quality time this weekend to work, workout and chill.
This chicken pumpkin 🎃 bake is one of my favorite meals. It's a recipe by @pinchofyum but I sub the pasta with cauliflower rice to up the veggies and lower the carbs. This time not topped with bacon but some mushrooms sautéed with some garlic and sage. 😋
Balance🙌🏻. I really enjoyed yesterday's dinner and when I'm in, I'm all in. Life's to short to eat 💩food and drink bad 🍷. But there's a thing called balance. And for me it's really easy to eat healthy and lower in calories for breakfast and lunch. Although breakfast buffets always 👀 so tempting 🙈. But when you travel as often for work as I do you need to find a mode that's maintainable for you. For me that's doing short hotel room workouts or yoga every day, eating lots of fibers (from fruit, veggies and legumes) lean protein and avoiding fat and carbs as much as possible before dinner.
Do you have travel "policies" like these?
Enjoying some delicious French cuisine and some 🍷. Foie gras et magret, onglet & tarte au citron et meringue. 👌🏻
🐰Our Easter brunch salad. Grilled beets & fig with baby kale and goat cheese. 💕
💕 When Saturday's feel like Sunday's 💕
It's rhubarb season again! So crumble every damn day 👌🏻
🙌🏻baked oats still kinda feels like magic 💫you just toss some 💩 together in a bowl, put it in the oven for 30 minutes and hallelujah!! 😍
🇻🇳 It's an Asian themed weekend. Thought I'd do me some manual labor. Haven't made summer rolls for years ☀️. Forgot hoe much work it is. But worth it. These are with 🍤 , 🌶, 🥒, 🥕, 🥑, sprouts, mint and cilantro with a 🥜 hoisin dip.
Another delicious vegetarian meal tonight 🙌🏻. I've been trying out a maximum of 1 meat/fish meal a day for the last couple of weeks.
I know pretty sure I'll never go completely vegetarian, or vegan for that matter. Too many of the most tasty things in life are 🍖 🐟 🧀. But I do want to be more mindful about what kind of animal products I eat and how often. I am not gonna be rigid about it, sometimes life just happens. But I'm committed to do my best.
Does anybody else have "rules" like this? Trying out a more flexible and mindful approach to eating?