My wife Lori and I went to eat at THE WOK recently. We eat there often. Love the place. I do have one gripe about what folks call fortune cookies though. And that is they really aren't fortune cookies. I call them ADVICE COOKIES! :) I don't think I've ever gotten a cookie with a real fortune inside! Anyway, here's why I think the way I do about them:
I am one to always check the date on the milk carton. When it's date time, out it goes. Probably due to the fact that I never used to check dates, or smell the milk for that fact. I was just one who stood at the fridge, popped the top and drank from the carton, only this one time...
Let me just say this, I am not a great cook. I cook from my heart – but if that’s the way you describe your skills you know you’re bad! My 3 aunts got a big kick out of my lack of culinary knowledge during one of my early trips home after moving away to college
My wife, Lori and I went shopping today. Hit THE Walmart, THE Costco, THE IGA, etc...made the rounds. There's something going on with all retailers that I've know for some time now, but for some reason it hit me wrong today.
I've always said that spicy type foods can help you lose weight. I LOVE chili! If I could, I'd eat chili everyday...of course Colleen wouldn't appreciate each morning! :) HA! So if you want to check out the other ways to lose some weight...
So did you make any resolutions? Was one about losing weight? All I did was eat candy and baked goods for the past two weeks. I think I may have over-done it on the sweets! It seems that the most popular resolution for the New Year is to lose weight, at least according to MyGoals.com. If you really want to lose weight, don't diet.
So what do you do with all those leftovers from Turkey Day? Besides sammiches, and just snacking, do you actually make full meals out of your leftovers? This is the first year in many that Lori and I don't really have that much left over, because we went to a friends house for the holiday. Here are some good creative ways to re-invent your leftovers!
My wife Lori is a baking fool this time of year. Pies, pies, pies, oh and FUDGE! I don't eat the fudge. Have never been a fudge eater. Just too sweet for me. So I brought a plate of fudge into the XL studio for Colleen to have a piece or two this morning and OMG!
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