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 chefmoonu who is now Following.
Sing along with me: “Robin Hood, Robin Hood, riding through the glen./ Robin Hood, Robin Hood, with his band of men./ Feared by the bad, loved by the good/ Robin Hood, Robin Hood, Robin Hood.” That of course, was the theme song to the TV series Adventures of Robin Hood, starring Richard Green. I loved that show! Yet even more, I was enraptured when watching the movie The Adventures of Robin Hood with Errol Flynn. [There is NO BETTER movie about Robin Hood.] Robin Hood was my childhood hero. I read the Howard Pyle book and everything I could get my hands on about “Robin of Locksley.” Was he real or was he popular sentiment grown into urban legend? There are many ‘facts’ about him and his life, as well as many historians who say he is fiction. I certainly want to believe that his spirit is real and alive across time and space.
We will feast on foods associated with the good man: an egg dish named after him and a salad of venison, made from the King’s own deer of Sherwood Forest.
Robin Hood Egg: 291 calories 6.6 g fat 3.1 g fiber 20.6 g protein 55 g carbs [48 g Complex] 272 mg Calcium PB What this breakfast has to do with the legendary outlaw, I don’t know. At least no robbery is involved – you can keep your wallet and your waistline.
½ Arnold multi-grain Sandwich Thin one 2-oz egg 1 slice Jones-brand Canadian bacon [round, 1 oz = 20 calories] 2 oz slice of tomato
Slightly toast the sandwich thin and plate it. Season the tomato slice and broil it. Lightly cook the Canadian bacon while you fry the egg in a pan spritzed with non-cook spray. Assemble the layers in your order of preference and pour the beverages. Tuck [not Friar Tuck] in with knife and fork.
Venison Salad: 270 calories 8.5 g fat 6 g fiber 31 g protein 33 g carbs [30 g Complex] 118 mg Calcium PB GF If you have access to venison, this is a great way to celebrate Robin Hood.
3-½ oz roasted venison ¾ oz marinated mushrooms 1 oz roasted red pepper 1 slice dried pear, chopped 2 cups lettuce 1 tsp olive oil + ½ tsp balsamic vinegar 3 oz broccoli, fully cooked or blanched and cooled 2 oz tomatoes
Slice the roasted venison into pieces less than 1/2” thick. Whisk the olive oil and vinegar together, then toss with the lettuce and mushrooms. Place on a salad plate. Arrange the meat on the salad and arrange the red pepper, tomatoes, and broccoli on top. Dice the pear and sprinkle over all.