I didn’t do my 20 minutes of morning exercise today – instead I did over 60. Tim and I went for a long walk around the farm. It was a glorious clear morning and we saw lots of deer (or as I call them, “giant rabbits”).
Still, I didn’t get in my strength exercises. It’s a tough one. I love walking in the morning, but I also have a much easier time doing the muscle work early in the morning when the world is asleep. I don’t know why but I feel like I need absolute privacy. Maybe I just need to get over that. Oh well, I’m not complaining. It was a great day and it was good to get so much time in the sun.
Food and Exercise Log | Thursday, Sept 11, 2009
Buckwheat Crepes with Soy Yogurt Cream
One crepe is filled with banana and cocoa, the other with sauteed apples. The apple one was my favorite – it went really well with the soy yogurt cream stuff.
Three laps around the fields behind our cottage. A little over an hour’s walk.
Breakfast Tacos with Various Salads
Tim made the best breakfast tacos (for lunch) ever! He first scrambled an egg, then sauteed onion and potato with a bit of cumin. Meanwhile, made some avocado-tomato salsa and a little cabbage salad to go on the side. The tacos were assembled in the following order: potato/onion, egg, lettuce,avo-tomato salsa, chipotle salsa. It’s not much to look at, but it tasted mighty fine!
Recipe: Smokin’ Hot Chipotle Salsa
A pre-dinner stroll around Lower Moor Farm, via the blackberry bushes.
Lentil Bolognese with Polenta, Baked Zucchini and Broccoli
I love lentils on baked zucchini. This batch was made with sauteed mushrooms, onions and garlic. SO good. There’s polenta hidden somewhere under the pile.