Sunday, September 25, 2011

Sunday Morning Breakfast by JenC

Sunday mornings are my favorite! I get to sleep in and take all the leftovers from the fridge and make a huge breakfast. This is plate number 1. One fried egg, beef patty with cilantro, and Applegate Farms bacon. Next up....HUGE salad with dressing. 

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Dinner Tonight by JenC

Tonight was a tilapia filet, 1/2 link of Applegate farms sausage, and left over sautéed peppers.
I started the tilapia filet with olive oil, salt, pepper, paprika, and a small amount of lemon juice. In the same pan I threw in 1/2 link of sausage. After everything was cooked I used left over cooked peppers from last night and threw them in the pan as well. 10 minutes later a great dinner!

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Pineapple Chicken by JenC

I hate chicken. But I am on a serious budget- so nasty bird it is. Things are different tonight! I was starring at the raw nasty bird and decided I was going to make this something I could eat. It worked!!!

Jen's Pineapple Glaze Chicken

In a mixer blend:

fresh pineapple
coconut oil
lemon juice
one drop honey

Mix and pour all over chicken

Cook and eat!

Monday, July 11, 2011

Portabella Side by JenC

I know I have posted this before, but well worth another. I mostly have protein readily available when it comes to dinner. The veggie is always what keeps me standing in front of the fridge starring. Portabella's are less than 5 minutes and super filling.

1. Wash throughly
2. Drizzle olive oil, then salt and pepper on the gills.
3. On a medium hot pan sauté in olive oil and cover with a pan. It should get pretty hot!

It will start to shrink a bit after a couple of minutes. When you see that turn the fire off and let it sit with the lid on it and soak up the oil. For extra goodness,  add 5 drops of worcestershire sauce.

Monday, June 20, 2011


I ventured to a new spot with my sister and roomie for Sunday brunch. Cute, quaint place on the east side. It is located on E. 7th St & Onion.

There is outside patio seating, which is perfect for the SunGoddess in me, and then indoors for anyone who prefers to stay cool from the TX heat.

I ordered the De Salmon Torta with my own substitutions. I did without the bread and instead had the salmon and 2 poached eggs over a bed of spinach with shredded red onion and jicama. I put the garlic-caper cream cheese on the side and ate some of it with my meal. The guacamole was awesome, and I definitely enjoyed their variety of salsa with chips.

Holler! Coach Showout Megan Parsons

Monday, June 13, 2011

Brussels for Breakfast

Who says you can't have brussel sprouts for breakfast? Not this girl. I threw a piece of bacon in the skillet, let it cook for a sec, then threw on 3 eggs. In another pan I sauteed brussel sprouts, bacon, and garlic. Topped the eggs with the veggie mix and BAM--- yummy breakfast.

Holler! Coach Showout Megan Parsons