Weekend Happenings

by Alison on July 12, 2010

The weekend was pretty kicked back.  Watched world cup soccer, drank some beer, relaxed.  The weather on Sunday was perfect for a run, cloudy and cool in the morning, although a bit humid.  I managed 3 miles, my shins felt fine and still feel okay today, hopefully that is over! On Saturday I made pizzas for Ben and myself, his had pepperoni and tons of cheese mine had zucchini, cheese and jalapeños.  For dinner I grilled chicken and made a nonfat Pasta with Creamy Chive dressing.  The dressing was made with non fat Greek yogurt.  I loved the colours but next time I think I will use an orange or green pepper for even more colour.  Ben took the picture below of Drake watching me cook, which I found cute.

Drake watches the cooking

July 10th

Earned 2 activity points.

  • Breakfast –Nectarine, blueberries, strawberries, yogurt
  • Lunch – Homemade Pizza with jalapeños, and zucchini
  • Snack – Homemade ice cream sandwich with slow churned ice cream 🙂
  • Dinner – Grilled Chicken, Pasta Salad with Creamy Chive Dressing

Grilled Chicken and Pasta Salad with Creamy Chive Dressing

July 9th

Earned 5 activity points.

  • Breakfast –poached egg, english muffin, strawberries and blueberries, yogurt
  • Lunch – Hamburger, couscous salad, beer
  • Dinner – Broccoli Quiche

Earned 7 weekly activity points.

Weekly Mileage Count 3

Zucchini and Jalapeno Pizza

Pepperoni and Jalapeno Pizza (there were more pepperoni under the cheese)

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Biz July 13, 2010 at 5:59 AM

I want that jalapeno zucchini pizza!! That’s one combination I haven’t made.

Tony and I were watching the BBQ University and he made a bacon and potato pizza in a pizza oven with pecorino ramano cheese then sprinkled with fresh parsley – it looked so good I am going to try to recreate it on Friday!

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Alison July 13, 2010 at 6:49 AM

I should have known that would catch your eye 😛 I made it once with pesto as the sauce and pinenuts, was thinking of adding a bit of siracha to the pizza sauce next time for added spice, decided habanero cheddar was probably too much.

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Monica July 15, 2010 at 9:23 AM

I want that jalapucchini pizza, too. Looks delicious and I can taste the heat from over here.
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