I live on the East Coast, and it's supposed to be in the high 90's today and for the next few days. Whatcha all cooking? I need some great grill recipe ideas. I can't think about turning the oven on inside.
"One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well." Virginia Woolf
yes, but you wont know how many calories are in the sauce, and how good the ingredients are..... lol, Plus, homemade is always better. I have a good recipe for a pizza dough, but it has some flat beer in it so it's not to everybodys taste, but I have never had a better pizza dough than this one. So, on that note, I may also have pizza tonight, lol
Don't sweat the heat until it reaches 100 or above. Here is Houston, I slowly cook a nice brisket on my outside grill at a medium temperature during the day until all the fat cooks off and I then will have a great meal of leftovers for a few days at least. Make sandwiches, fajitas, tacos, or anything else your heart desires.
My husband and I have recently started the 90 Day Challenge for Weight Loss and we've been enjoying Vi Protein Shakes! One of our Favorites is the Pina Colada one with frozen Pineapple and Mango! mmm...
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