No pretty food photos because who would think to take a picture of tuna salad? Not me! Simple little snack this afternoon with a few changes from my old tuna salad to cut carbs. Pouch of tuna Olive oil mayo (about half the calories of regular store-bought mayo) Yellow mustard Dill pickle relish (because there's … Continue reading Oh, and tuna salad
No fancy small appliances tonight -- just the grill, lots of shortcuts, and more to learn about the grill. We love garlic lime shrimp and cook it at home with some frequency. To make things easier while we're camping, I bought pre-cooked shrimp and fresh riced cauliflower in the bag. What we are finding with … Continue reading Dinner: Garlic Lime Shrimp
First off, can I even say we're camping if I packed an air fryer? I've never claimed to be roughing it, but this just feels too easy.
It's burgers night at the campsite and Paul agreed to be the grill master. Thank goodness because nothing I had planned came together. I forgot to steam the cauliflower early enough to cool it for faux-tato salad and I didn't bring all of the ingredients for 90-second keto bread. So, burgers and grilled cauliflower it … Continue reading Paul Seigle Cooks, Too!
We're camping this week and I've planned our meals and snacks so we can keep it keto. I'll try to post as we go along this week. I took lots of food pictures last time we camped but never got around to actually posting.
Pavlova made with a sugar substitute
A while back I posted about how my cooking time had been eaten up with bike riding -- specifically, getting ready for the Dogwood Pedal. I thought I would get back to cooking, but then I signed up for the Great Cycling Challenge. Initially, I set my fundraising goal at $500 and my ride goal … Continue reading The Great Cycling Challenge