I sure do like food.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Last night's party was fun...and I ate way too much. I did try to fill up on fruits and veggies before the real hors d'oeuvres came out, but of course fruits can run high on calories too. And then I still wanted to sample everything, and "everything" included crab cakes, baked brie in puff pastry, chicken skewers, some sort of super-rich ham quiche thing, swedish meatballs, sweet and sour meatballs, egg rolls, and a whooooole lotta desserts. I tried to take small amounts (like I only had 1 of each kind of meatball, with no extra sauce), and share with my husband. But that baked Brie was so good, and that quiche thing was good, and those crab cakes were good....I had more than a couple bites of those. :)

Oh well. It was tasty. I ate healthfully the rest of the day. I *did* eat a lot of fruits and veggies before getting into the less healthy stuff. And today was a healthy food day.

I tried a new fish! Flounder, this time. It was pretty good. Not as good as cod or salmon, which I love, but it was still good. I used the "Mediterranean Baked Fish" recipe from SparkRecipes - yum!

I just love food so much. :)
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    Yay for trying new things! We all love food...think maybe that's why we're here. emoticon Sounds like you had a major spread at the party! Wowwee. Congrats on getting right back on track. Keep up the good work! Thanks for the encouragement! Spark on! emoticon emoticon
    2500 days ago
    Sounds like it was quite the yummy party =)
    And I think think it's important (at least it works better for me) if special occasions I let my self go a little bit crazy with the food. The fact that you were able to switch back and forth to the healthy eating before and after is awesome. Sometimes it's really easy to ride that gravy train a little longer than we should. So kudos to you! =)

    And MMMmmmmm emoticon !!!
    2501 days ago
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