Hope everyone had a nice weekend! Ours was great, too quick as usual, but great. Friday, I taught Body Attack and then Josh and I headed out to a fancy dinner to celebrate some of his recent work accomplishments. We went to Grill 225 in Charleston.
The restaurant was VERY classy and the servers were extremely knowledgeable. Josh loves a good steak and had been looking forward to our meal at Grill 225 for quite some time. From the menu , he selected a Caesar salad and filet and shared some of my meal with me. As a vegetarian, a steak house probably doesn’t seem like it would be the BEST dining option, but the side selections usually provide some great choices. I ordered the linguine with roasted garlic, fresh basil and olive oil and asparagus and meshed them into one. It was more than enough food to feed a family of four, so we went home with lots of leftovers.
Saturday morning, I taught Body Step, worked on adjusting my step/pump choreography, and then grilled out with Josh. I made spicy chicken breasts topped with cheese for him (one as a sandwich, one on the side), a chickpea burger for myself, grilled pineapple and asparagus:
Sunday, I woke up early to make a little baked apple bread treat for my parents. I eliminated the all spice from this recipe and sprinkled the top of the bread with walnuts, sugar in the raw, and cinnamon before baking.
Prior to baking
Then we headed to brunch . I got my usual apple parfait (is it sad that the waitress stated my order vs. asking me ;)).
My parents opted for lunch and got a soup and salad combo.
Me & My Dad:
The rest of the day was been spent watching Julie and Julia, enjoying some sunshine filled walks with Frank