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Well, as you can see, I have some pretty exciting news!!  I’m pleased to announce that I have joined Foodbuzz as a Featured Publisher!  Woo hoo!  I’m super excited to be a part of this awesome network of foodies that share my passion for all things food.

Let me tell you about my day …

The massage was … well … the jury is still out.  I’m REALLY sore now, which he said would happen since he really worked out all the tension around my shoulders, especially the left side.  He spent over an hour just on these two areas!  He was great – first time I had gone to see him.  My friend, Amy, goes to see him regularly and always raves over the great work he does.  Actually, she treated me to this massage!  She gave me a gift certificate to see him after my triathlon … see what I mean about putting this type of thing off!  That was over a month ago!!  Anyways, thanks Amy!  You’re the best, girl!

Before I left, I ate a light lunch since I didn’t want to go on empty and I didn’t think it was the best situation to eat as normal … you never know what could happen (if you know what I mean!  Ha!)

 

Acorn squash baked with cinnamon, nutmeg and raisins

Acorn squash baked with cinnamon, nutmeg and raisins

100 Calorie Kettle Popcorn - you should have seen me shovel!  Yum!

100 Calorie Kettle Popcorn - you should have seen me shovel! Yum!

I grabbed these guys to take along and inhaled them the second I got back in the car!  I was starving!

This Z-Bar was good, but Chocolate Chip is still my fav.

This Z-Bar was good, but Chocolate Chip is still my fav.

Yes, there’s more food –

Granola with Vanilla Soy

Granola with Vanilla Soy

It took me awhile to make my way back to the house since I stopped off at the drugstore and by then I was hungry again.  Yep, this is what happens when I don’t eat a normal lunch … it’s so hard to find that satisfaction!

For dinner tonight, I did some work on my goal of clearing out stuff that has been hanging around for way too long –

 

Italian Calzone with Peppers, Onions and Mushrooms

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Ingredients:

  • Reduced Fat Crescent Roll (from Pillsbury … in the can!  Eek!)
  • 2 Meatless Italian Sausages (from Boca)
  • Green, yellow and red bell pepper
  • Sliced onion and mushrooms
  • Jarred spaghetti sauce
  • FF ricotta cheese

So easy to make – preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Roll out the dough and pinch together the perforations.  Saute the onions, peppers, mushrooms and sliced sausages.  Add spaghetti sauce and ricotta cheese; stir well and spoon onto the center of dough.  Fold each side in to the center and pinch to seal.  Bake in the oven for 30 minutes.

Husbands love this meal … I just don’t remind mine that he is actually NOT eating real meat.  He doesn’t ask either.  Ha! 

 

Also, a lovely salad

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Alright, fancy people, I’m off to dreamland … night!

 

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