There’s nothing wrong with that, but, for me, it feels like a letdown. I prefer to anticipate dinner as a treat at the end of the day. I look forward to eating it with my husband as we catch up. And for that reason, I try to keep those bare-bones days to a minimum.
And it is why I’m always on the lookout for things like this Bacon and Egg Fried Rice that a colleague shared with me, saying, “I thought of you as soon as I saw this one.”
The recipe is from “The Dinner Plan” by Caroline Campion and Kathy Brennan (Abrams, 2017). The cookbook features 135 recipes designated as make-ahead, staggered, one-dish, extra-fast and pantry. This one hits all of those marks.
This recipe was like a little tap on the shoulder: Hey, remember me?
The dish takes liberties with familiar fried rice ingredients, but when I’m
Add comma separated checklist of ingredients to incorporate in recipe. Limiting your calorie intake to 500 energy two days a week, and then eating usually the other five days sounds simple and non-invasive. I’m not going to say this chicken Kiev is ‘straightforward to make.’ It’s really not. So, why strive? As a result of, if and whenever you pull this off, you’ll be enjoying one of the best rooster experiences of your life. It is also one of the biggest garlic experiences of your life, as well as one of the biggest butter experiences of your life.
We’re so used to tremendous-sizing once we eat out that it’s easy to hold that thoughts-set residence. To right-measurement your food regimen, use a kitchen scale and measuring cups to measure your meals for every week or two. Use smaller plates and glasses to downsize your parts. Break up restaurant servings … Read More
American Diabetes Association and the Baxter International Foundation Partner in Health Equity Initiative to Address Barriers to Diabetes Management
“Health inequity is real, and it contributes to worse outcomes and higher risk for people with diabetes, a reality that has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 epidemic,” said Tracey D. Brown, chief executive officer of the American Diabetes Association. “By tearing down systemic barriers to basic, critical resources – like technology and healthy foods – we can empower people of color who live with diabetes to take control of their health and live better, fuller lives.”
“In pursuit of our mission to save and sustain lives, we are committed to tackling inequities in health care,” said José (Joe) E. Almeida, chairman and chief executive officer of Baxter. “We are proud to partner with the ADA to address longstanding, disproportionate barriers to quality care that are especially acute within underserved Black communities and among the millions of Americans living with diabetes.”
The risk of being diagnosed with diabetes