|after she put the heart in and did the squish test|
She and the other girls somehow or another convinced Carol that they all needed 2 outfits and accessories to go with their new babies. Needless to say Carol might have spent more money than I ever would have. Mine needed P-jamas just like her. lol. Kid would stay in p-jamas all day if she could. Not a promising start for her.
Then after the girls got their shopping in the big girls got to do a little of their own ;) I was in desperate need of some new shoes so my pick was Kohl's on the way home. Totally dig them for shoes. They have the best prices especially when I collect the coupons hehehe. These I got for $25!!
Of course they were tested out for my workout du jour last night. Mighty comfy I might add. Jogging without knee pain= friggen awesome!
2 min walking at 3.7 at 5% incline
30 tricep extensions with 40 lb barbell
30 sumo squats with 30 lb kettlebell
30 rows on the death machine at 40 lbs
2 minute plank
2 minute jogging at 4.5 mph 0% incline
20 tricep extensions with 30 lb barbell
20 sumo squats with 30 lb kettle bell
20 rows at 30 lbs
2 minute plank
2 minutes jogging at 5 mph
10 tricep extension
10 sumo squats with same kettlebell
10 rows still at 30 lbs
30 eagle sit ups with 15 lb plate weight
2 mintue jog at 4.5 mph
5 minute cooldown walk at 3.0
Today as exciting as this is we get to tackle the massive amounts of clothing that needs to be washed. Yeah, we are girly girls when it comes to clothes ;) I'm sure we will get in some Zumba and Just Dance for Kids in there too
|Peanut playing Just Dance in the dark lol|
So, on a completely separate note, next weekend I'm going over to a friends house for Super bowl Sunday and as they have dubbed me the Betty Crocker of our group, I never go anywhere empty handed. I was thinking about making the Paleo Stuffed Mushrooms from Sara Fargoso's "Everyday Paleo" book only downsizing from the portabellos and making them in button mushrooms instead. I can't make my Pop's rockin stuffed mushrooms becuase they contain all kind of non-paleo friendly ingredients. Here's the recipe...Do you all think this is a tasty choice?
Cook Time: 20 minutes
6 giant Portobello mushrooms
½ green bell pepper, diced
1 red onion, diced
3 celery stalks, diced
6 garlic cloves, minced
1 pound spicy Italian pork sausage—casing removed
1 pound ground beef
1 teaspoon paprika
¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper
2 tablespoons dried basil
1 tablespoon dried tarragon
Pinch of sea salt
Black pepper to taste
¼ cup extra-virgin olive oil
¼ cup coconut flour
1. Preheat oven to 400°F
. 2. Use a moist paper towel to gently clean the mushroom caps. Gently remove the mushroom stems with a small knife and set the stems aside.
3. Using a spoon, carefully scoop out the gills from the insides of the mushrooms. Ruboutsides of the mushrooms with extra-virgin olive oil and place each cap down into a large glass baking dish.
4. Dice the bell peppers, onions, celery stalks, and mushroom stems, and mince the garlic
. 5. In a large soup pot, brown the sausage and ground beef, add the bell peppers, onions, celery, garlic, and mushrooms, and cook until the veggies are tender
. 6. Move the meat and veggie mixture from the pot into a food processor and add all of the spices, the egg, extra-virgin olive oil, and the coconut flour. Process until the mixture is finely chopped but not mushy—it should be chopped fine but still chunky
. 7. Scoop the mixture evenly into each mushroom cap – make them really full. Spoon any remaining mixture around the mushrooms and cook your
Fragoso, Sarah; Wolf, Robb (2011-10-11). Everyday Paleo (Kindle Locations 1523-1531). Victory Belt Publishing. Kindle Edition.
Fragoso, Sarah; Wolf, Robb (2011-10-11). Everyday Paleo (Kindle Locations 1508-1523). Victory Belt Publishing. Kindle Edition.
Let me know what you all think if you steal the recipe and make it. Like I said, there's going to be a few modifications like mushrooms and I think maybe some different spices in there too.
Have a great rest of the weekend all.