Christmas Day

Christmas Day

Christmas Day. Jammed up by an accident on the way, but lots (and lots) of food, movies and Wii-ing (is that even a word?)

Was pouring with rain on the way home. So bad, in fact that we had to slow down severely on the motorway. That however did not stop a 4×4 zooming past us. Christmas Day always brings out the idiots. 😑😒😔

Cooking with HelloFresh

Gave the HelloFresh service a whirl yesterday. Here’s the results

All the ingredients gave premeasured – with one exception (the lemon), that had to be cut in half for use on the salad (I chose not to do this)

 

Half way through cooking, the sausage meat was turned into meatballs and frying happily; and the orzo, onions, courgettes, and broad beans are simmering away happily in the other pan.

There were enough ingredients for two servings, so here’s the result. Not perfect — I need to learn how to slice and dice onions a bit more effectively, and perhaps I should have left the beans to cook a bit longer. Also, there’s half a meatball here because I used it to check whether the balls were finished cooking

Final serving

Your Fast Food Workout Plan

A good starting point to deciding if you indulge in a McDs, how much time you’ll need to spend burning it off..

You’re hungry, and you’re in a hurry – so you grab a burger, a taco, or a burrito. But before you take a bite, think about it: You’ll need to exercise a lot to burn off those calories. Even the options that seem light – the smaller burger, the breakfast sandwich, the wrap – are more fattening than you might think.So how much havoc can a fast food meal wreak on your otherwise healthy diet? We’ve crunched the numbers, compiled the calorie counts, and even created a simple interactive calculator so you find out exactly how much exercise it would take for you to work off each meal. Here’s to making healthy choices!

Source: Your Fast Food Workout Plan

 

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