Katy, that rutabaga dish does sound really good! 🙂 I’ve never had “swedes”, I may have to try them soon.
Hi, Tara! I *love* grilled asparagus, too. Grilled zucchini tastes totally different than zucchini cooked any other way, as well. So tasty! What Stage of the diet are you in right now? The Stage 1 diet here on this website does not allow any fruit. I know both of your berry options are low-sugar fruits, so I’m assuming that either you’re on a different diet that allows them or you’re reintroducing foods at this point (?).
I could tell my body needed some grains today, so I ate Pocono Buckwheat Cereal (like grits) for breakfast and topped them with olive oil, a little pat of organic butter, garlic powder, chili powder, and sea salt. No eggs today 🙂
I made a tasty new food last night that I saved for lunch today. We had a zucchini, vidalia onion, garlic, basil chicken dish for dinner. Right after dinner I threw more onion and garlic in the skillet I used to make dinner. I added a little more olive oil and a bag of brussel sprouts that I destemmed and cut in halves. I added a little water, brought to a simmer, covered and cooked until the brussel sprouts wre cooked through. Then I added the leftover brown rice from dinner and mixed it all together, adding a little more garlic powder and salt. I also added uncooked olive oil before I ate it. I’ve been trying to teach myself to like brussel sprouts (they’re one of the very few veggies I don’t love) and this was good!