How this Fast Diet Lifestyle works: Eat these meals tomorrow. On Thursday, eat the meals that will be posted on Wednesday. Eat sensibly the other days of the week. That’s it. Simple way to lose weight and be healthier. Welcome to Barry & Kelly who are now following.
In 1837, Chicago, Illinois became a city. The name ‘Chicago’ comes from a French corruption “Chicagou” of an Illinois-Miami Indian word meaning ‘wild garlic’ in reference to Allium tricoccum plants which grew all over. From that culinary beginning the city acquired several monikers: The Windy City [due to blovating politicians or maybe the weather]; Second City [in comparison to New York]; That Toddlin’ Town [from a Frank Sinatra song]; the City of Broad Shoulders [from Carl Sandburg’s poem Chicago]. What with the architecture, the Fire of 1871, the sports teams, the music — there is a lot to say about this city. But if I said, “Chicago food,” the answers that would matter most would be: “Deep dish pizza and Chicago Hot Dogs.” The Pizza was developed by Pizzeria Uno in 1943, and is beloved by the native sons/daughters. The Hot Dog has been a meal-in-a-bun since The Great Depression and is described as ‘having been dragged through the garden’ due to the many vegetable toppings that make up ‘the works.’ We are Fasting today, so we will forgo the crust of the pizza and the bun of the hot dog, but will retain all the flavors of those iconic meals.
Pizza Bake: 271 calories 6.8 g fat 2.5 g fiber 14 g protein 38.4 g carbs 267 mg Calcium PB GF Forget the cold slice served from a greasy box…. pizza for breakfast just got healthier and more delicious.
One 2-oz egg salt + pepper to taste 1.5 Tbsp crushed tomatoes 1 thin slice pepperoni, minced ¼ oz mozzerella chesse, grated ½ oz bell pepper, chopped ¼ cup blueberries 5-6 oz fruit smoothie or natural apple cider blackish coffee or blackish tea or lemon in hot water
Set the toaster oven at 350 degrees F. Prepare your beverages. Poach the bell pepper in a little water in the microwave for 30 seconds. Put the cheese, pepperoni, and pepper in a lightly-spritzed ramekin. Whisk the egg with the tomatoes, salt, and pepper and pour into the ramekin. Bake for 12-15 minutes. Pour the beverages, portion the berries, and consider how much nicer this is than a congealed wedge that tastes like cardboard.
Chicago Hot Dog: 272 calories 16.4 g fat 2 g fiber 11 g protein 14 g carbs 36 mg Calcium PB GF This is the real deal: every single flavor found in a Chicago bun, without the bun. Delicious and filling, wherever you live.
2 all-beef hot dogs [Hebrew National reduced-fat] 3 oz fresh tomato, sliced in 8 wedges 2 oz dill pickle spears, you should have 2-5 pieces of pickle celery salt 2 Tbsp chopped onions, raw 2 tsp relish [neon green relish is traditional] 2 ‘sport peppers‘ OR 3 pepperoncini, sliced in two ¼ tsp poppy seed yellow mustard
Cook the hot dogs any way you want. In a wide, shallow bowl place the hot dogs in the center. Place pickle slices along side and between the hot dogs. Now arrange the tomatoes around the edge. Sprinkle it all with celery salt, especially the tomatoes. Dollop with relish and distribute the onions all over. Arrange the peppers on top and drizzle with mustard. Add the poppy seed. Wear your favorite Chicago team jersey and tuck in to the dinner.