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The first Anti-Inflammatory Recipe Roundup was such a success that I had to followup and post another. I need to thank all of the bloggers again that let me share their recipes. There are so many great recipes in this post, I hope that you are able to add some into your weekly rotation. I know I did!
I don’t know about you guys, but last week flew by super quick and then my weekend was full of shopping (groceries and palm trees) and landscaping (see pics below) and I blinked and then it was Tuesday again. Before I bombard you will what I’ve been up to I need to share with you all the recipes to the amazing dishes above.
Sweet Scallops and “Fried” Veggie Quinoa salad from Cotter Crunch
Tomato Onion, and Egg Buckwheat Penne from Cotter Crunch
Sweet Potato Lettuce Wraps from Marathon Mom
Chickpea wild rice soup from Marathon Mom
Forbidden Black Rice Mango Salad from Healthy Helper
No Fail Cauliflower Pizza Crust from Healthy Helper
Butternut Squash Soup from Healthy Helper
Moroccan Stuffed Pepper from The Happy Health Freak
“Pasta” Primavera Meatless Monday from The Happy Health Freak
Vegan, Gluten Free TVP “Faux” Bolognese from Suz Lyfe
Sweet and Sour Stir Fry from Plaid and Paleo
Easy Sweet Spinach Crepes from Diary of an Ex Sloth
Easy Butternut Squash Recipe from The Healthy Fit Foodie
Low Carb Egg Cups from The Healthy Fit Foodie
Tropical Quinoa Salad from The Healthy Fit Foodie
Kale and Quinoa Salad from The Healthy Fit Foodie
Now for some random pictures from last week
Stella is loving the back yard and helping us with the landscaping!
Aaron went on a little bit of a spending spree and got a few of these Adonidia Palms at home depot.
And then while at SAMs we picked up 10 of these Majesty Palms because they were only $8.98 each!
Our grass-fed cow finally arrived……
And we grilled out some sirloin steaks. We split a half of a cow with 4 friends so it was very affordable. Grass-fed beef for only $6.30/pound!
While we were out shopping for palm trees, we stopped for a detour at Dick’s Sporting Goods and picked up this Yeti Colster. He can’t stop raving about it, he states the beer is “cold to the last drop,” but at a $30 price point I was hesitant to let him get.
I was finally able to start lifting weights again. I’m so excited! I did take it really easy and slow because I didn’t want to hurt myself.
I started back with my training. I’m doing a daily undulating training program (DUP training). It consists of back squats, deadlifts, over head press (OHP), and hip thrusts 3 days a week, 2 days of accessory lifts, and 2-3 15 minute high intensity interval training (HIIT) sessions. I love my Polar FT7 Heart Rate Monitor!
And one last picture of Stella 🙂 This little munchkin has been giving us a terrible trouble with potty training.
If you have any good tips for potty training a female puppy, please leave them in the comments below.