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CEiMB: Chicken Cacciatore

Posted Jan 22 2009 12:00am

Recap of yesterday – Wednesday.

Nuts.  Crazy.  Ridiculous.  From a 5:15 am workout to one of students throwing chairs and jumping on tables to not getting home until after 6:30pm, it was one of those days.  I had a great dinner planned but by the time I got in my car to leave school at 6:30pm, I gave in and told Brady to pick us up Subway, ASAP.  He did and my footlong, yes footlong, veggie delight was just what I needed!

Onto Today!

Today was much more calm than yesterday, I did not feel like I was going to have a heart attack at any point today, which was not true for yesterday.  The day went as follows:

5:00 am: workout at the gym

  • 45 min. alternating weights and treadmill in 5 min. intervals
  • 15 min. on the elliptical
  • 15 min. stretching

6:30am: home to shower/get ready for school

7:25am: breakfast – Oats with flax, almond butter, strawberries, pear and smashed banana – in the car on the way to school

7:50 – 4:50pm: school/meetings/planning/grading

5:00pm: teacher store

6:00pm: meeting with Katie to look at wedding invitations for her June wedding!!

7:00pm: start dinner.  Chicken Cacciatore from Ellie Krieger: The Foods You Crave pg. 204

  • Thanks to Jen , from Running with Food for turning me on to the group Craving Ellie in My Belly!  They make an Ellie Krieger recipe each week and post about it on Thursdays!  I love the cookbook and the idea of a new healthy recipe each week!

7:30pm: eat this DELICIOUS dinner.  Both Brady and I loved it.  I added more veggies, zucs and squash, than it called for and I left the mushrooms and onions seperate from Brady’s because his taste buds have not matured yet!! :)



All done:


On top of extra veggies and spaghetti squash on my plate:


Brady added black olives and ate his atop a plate of pasta!  We were both happy!
:)   Happy Friday!

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