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Monday, May 2, 2011

Eating More Healthy/Butterball Smoked Turkey Sausage

The Girlfriend and I have both decided in recent days that we are both going to try to drop a few lbs over the next couple of months.  Lord knows I need to and I want to, but when you have a food blog and don't have a crazy metabolism dieting cannot always go hand in hand with interesting writing.  I might from time to time comment on my success or lack there of here, but I know most of you don't come to read a diet or weight-loss blog...I know I sure as hell wouldn't.   While the reviews or sweet treat commentaries may not come quite as frequently as in the past I assure you that I still plan to eat out at least once a week and maybe review a new fast food item or two if the opportunity presents itself.  I also plan on maybe doing some more grocery item reviews or opinion/commentary pieces on some the crappy new Food Network shows coming on the air this Spring/Summer.  April was a successful month here at RDERF thanks to all of you loyal readers, and I hope you all keep coming back. I bid you all good eatings and remember to keep twirling twirling twirling towards freedom!

Tonight's dinner consisted of a little pan grilled turkey smoked sausage and corn.  A lot more delicious than I thought it would be.  If you're a smoked sausage fan go out to the store and pick up some of the turkey smoked sausage by Butterball.  I promise you won't be able to tell the difference.

1 comment:

April said...

Artichokes! Get some while they're in season and roast them in the oven for 1.5 hours. Make a kickass dipping sauce (message me for recipe) and enjoy. The leaves/petals are my favorite part. I've unwillingly and subliminally become a faux vegetarian because these yumgasmic veggies are amazing. I've also lost a total of 32 pounds and feel great! I'm learning you can basically eat as much fruit and veggies you want and drop all the pounds you need to without gaining anything. Support the local farmer's market especially in Indy. Good luck!