Monday, September 7, 2009

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Italian Stuffed Tomatoes and Center Cut Bacon ala Wifey

10:00 am


+ a mug of LC ChocoCoffee (2-3 tablespoons of organic cocoa powder, 1 tsp of organic instant coffee, 2 packets of stevia and inulin, a dash of Also Salt and hot water)

12:00 pm

+ an LC Purple Tongue Maker - a few ounces of frozen wild organic blueberries, frozen organic raspberries, a few ounces of organic shredded coconut, cold water, a scoop of natural vanilla egg white protein, a dash of organic stevia and Also Salt

1:45 pm

+ a cup of organic instant coffee (black)

3:30 pm

+ 1/2 cup or so of homemade tuna salad with fresh herbs

+ a handful of organic black, olive oil cured olives

+ a few ounces of raw Gruyere cheese


5:30 pm

+ a mug of LC ChocoCoffee (2-3 tablespoons of organic cocoa powder, 1 tsp of organic instant coffee, 2 packets of stevia and inulin, a dash of Also Salt and hot water)

7:00 pm (pictured above)

+ Italian Stuffed (Organic) Roma Tomatoes and Organic Center Cut Bacon

11:00 pm

+ thinly sliced sopressata topped with Italian spinach spread

+ an ounce or so of raw cheese (not sure what variety)


+ a can of Hansen's Diet Ginger Ale Soda

More to come ... I hope!

8 comments:

~Oct said...

As the old cereal advertising cartoon says ... You are coocoo for coconut! :)

Harry/JP said...

Some might say I'm just plain coocoo, even without the coconut! ;-)

anne h said...

You two are always having all the fun!
Co-Co Nuts!

Harry/JP said...

Hey, we resemble that comment! ;-)

*fitcetera* said...

Do you think Mad would mind sharing the Italian stuffed tomatoes recipe? They look delicious.

hope things are brightening up soon in your world, JP.
you certainly shine light on others darkness.
you matter.

Harry/JP said...

Many thanks, Fit. You're a sweetheart! :-)

Here's the basic recipe. The types of cheeses and the herbs can be played around with, of course.

http://www.healthyfellow.com/262/rosemary-and-thyme-for-brain-health/

Carolyn of Carolyn's Creations said...

those tomatoes look wonderful, i'll have to make them from our home grown ones....yummy

Harry/JP said...

Thanks, Carolyn!

Nothing better than home grown veggies. :-)

We don't have any garden space ourselves. But, when we're lucky, my parents share some of their bounty. Nothing like that fresh taste!

Have you ever tried growing heirloom tomatoes? We occasionally pick those up at the local farmer's market. Pretty spectacular.