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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Good Day Sparkpeople!! Its Wednesday Hump Day & its actually time for me to go home. We have an early due to the holiday. WOOHOO!! So I am done with my 3 sweet potato pies, turkey stuffing last night & then this morning, I got up & did my turnip/mustard greens & candied yams. I know its overkill on the sweet potatoe but I have to do both for my sons & other guest. Now I got to run to the store for a few last items bell peppers, 1%milk, cheese for my macaroni cheese. I am doing mac & cheese, ham & baked chicken when I get home.

So I did Gilad this morning & Zumba I am feeling really good. . . I can even go home & workout where normally I was too pooped to pop!! Now I am going to pop!! WOOHOO!! Dr Ian says that its okay to eat destructively on Thanksgiving but just don't continue it. How do you feel about that?

Are you dancing today in thanksgiving & praise for all that God has done for you? Or what you are thankful & grateful for?

God bless & happy pre-Thanksgiving!!


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NISSANGIRL 11/26/2010 10:30AM

    Loved this blog Dee! and loved the food on your list! Great picture, you look beautiful! have a great day Dee! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SANDYJAS 11/25/2010 5:16AM

    I love cooking! If you would like to share your recipes for greens, and sweet potato pie, that would be awesome.

The cool thing about Thanksgiving is that everything is so traditional. One thing that has become tradition in our family is my broccoli, tomato and cheese dish.

Broccoli, Tomato and Cheese

Cut up fresh broccoli into small florets.
Steam broccoli until barely tender, 3 minutes.
Butter or olive oil a 9 x 12 glass pan.
Lay broccoli florets out in the pan.
Sprinkle a can of drained diced tomatoes over the broccoli.
Dot with butter.
Generously sprinkle shredded mozzarella and shredded cheddar cheese on top.
Mix some bread crumbs with olive oil and salt.
Sprinkle bread crumbs on top.
Bake 30 - 45 minutes until browned on top.

p.s. Gorgeous picture of you!!
p.p.s. I LOVE Zumba!

Comment edited on: 11/25/2010 5:17:21 AM

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GODZDESIGN95 11/24/2010 9:59PM

    I danced right in the devils face last week. I am still dancing. but we gonna eat out thanksgivng. Mama needs a break.

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JEN_BACK2BASICS 11/24/2010 2:00PM

    Enjoy!! I get to leave early, too. Soon, soon I will walk out the door and finish up my shopping for tomorrow's festivities.

I'm torn on Dr. Ian's comment - as long as you are staying healthy most of the time, splurging on one day is not going to be a problem. But...most of us didn't get here by staying healthy most of the time and splurging on just one day.
But I think it's something we must all learn to do. And what better time to start learning a new skill than now?

Happy Thanksgiving!!
(Oh, and I'm thankful to have a site like this to use for free and find great new friends that help keep me focused.) Go Spark!!

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