healsdata's Journal, 04 January 2009

My mother-in-law visited us yesterday for a late Christmas celebration and made Spanish rice and Hawaiian spare ribs. Definitely not Atkins friendly but she hasn't made the ribs since before I was married! So I indulged.

The up side here is that I discovered her Puerto Rican cuisine cook book while she was here. There are a lot of amazing recipes in it, like a broccoli and avacado salad or the brain patties (ok, I'll probably skip this one!) Needless to say, I have a new source of low-carb recipes to try while exploring my wife's heritage.

Diet Calendar Entries for 04 January 2009:
2516 kcal Fat: 129.86g | Prot: 102.37g | Carb: 166.25g.   Lunch: Custom Slives - Monterey Jack & Jalapeno Cheese, Deli Select Ultra Thin - Cracked Black Pepper Turkey Breast, green pepper. Dinner: spanish rice, spare ribs, barbeque sauce, coquito. Snacks/Other: chocolate chip cookies. more...
4075 kcal Activities & Exercise: Resting - 14 hours, Sleeping - 10 hours. more...
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When I lived in Italy we would eat fried calves brain. Sliced thin and breaded it's actually quite good and mineral-rich. It is hard to go wrong with anything deep-fried and battered, though. LOL. 
04 Jan 09 by member: sararay
Um, as a vegetarian I'll not comment on some of this! LOL! The broccoli and avocado sounds good though. :) 
04 Jan 09 by member: amryk
Everything sounds good... except the brains, LOL...  
05 Jan 09 by member: lorik
Haha, I remember my favorite Mexican restaurant used to have a whole section dedicated to brain food... literally. I never knew anyone that was brave enough to try it. Hey amryk, what do vegetarian zombies eat? ...GRRAAAIINNSS... (I know, it's corny... look another pun!) 
05 Jan 09 by member: Divided By Zero
My husband's Hispanic culture tends to get in the way of healthy eating! I understand what you mean... I try to get my mother in law to say home and we can visit. I arrive on a full stomach!!  
05 Jan 09 by member: Deana Garcia

     
 

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