I don't want to bore you with the details of my current eating regimen, but I will share 2 tasty things (of my own creation...basically) that I've been enjoying.
I toast a multi-grain sandwich thin (a number of different "bread makers" make these, but they are pretty consistently called "sandwich thins") and fill it with 1 fried egg, a slice of Canadian bacon, 1-2 slices of roasted red pepper and a slice of reduced fat cheese. It tastes great and keeps me full till lunch time.
This one kills m--I love it so! Peel one medium jicama and cut it into matchsticks. Mix it with some shredded carrot, thinly sliced celery, some radishes and some green onion. Toss all of these veggies with the following dressing:
.5 c non fat unsweetened plain yoghurt
.25 c minced cilantro (if you really don't like cilantro you could use parsley)
2 T extra virgin olive oil
3 T lime juice
salt and pepper to taste--you don't need much
I never thought in a million years that I would like this dressing so much, but I do.
And the slaw is a nice accompaniment to burgers, bar-b-cue, hot dogs, pulled chicken. And yes, I've been eating those things, too.
Josh, however, finds the raw veggies a little "too al dente.) His words. Turns out, I think he just wants it in the form of chopped slaw.
Chinese delivery for dinner tonight as I just had some dental work done. (Again, I can make good choices here, too.)