It has been brought to my attention by the best reader EVER, that it's been a while since I've posted anything! And, I KNOW! I'm sorry Faye and whoever else here just dying to read about me! :)
This summer, for the record, has been maybe the best summer of my life. In fact, I think Bryan Adams sang about this....but it was called Summer of '69. So, it's not 1969, but it is 2012 and it is AWESOME. So just a little recap about what I've been up to: May - Half Marathon was the big event, June - Trail Race & Vegas Trip with my Everything Friend (xoxoxox), July - Waterton Camping Trip, Stampede Fun, Stampede 7s, Rebekah's Stagette Fun, Trail Race, Mud Hero,
August - Visit with my Gramps in BC, Cousin Kirby got married, and then in the next weeks.... Spartan Race &New Brunswick is coming up!
This only includes the highlights, this doesn't even begin to include all of the other cool random moments I've had, laughter I've shared, pure joy I've felt & the other cool stuff coming down the line. Seriously...I have it SO good. Like really good. Life. Is. Good. YAY!
So, I took a mini amount of time for myself last night and still need some more tonight if I can! I am tired. My body is tired, my mind is tired - I've been pushing myself a lot! Don't get me wrong - I just had a week off work...had the most amazing visit with my grandpa where all I did was sleep, eat, read books and golfed. Then, I got the honor of being invited to the Spa Day with the girls and the wedding for my cousin Kirby. SIDE NOTE: She is a beauty! I am so very blessed to have her, her brothers & my Aunt & Uncle in my life. I love them all - very much! And now, what's really cool...is that I get another new cousin! Welcome Andy! You're alright! :)
1 package frozen spinach, unthawed and drained
1/2 onion diced - can be white or red, whatever you prefer
4 - 5 strips of bacon
1/4 cup almond flour
1 egg + additional egg whites
Saute your diced onions. I sauteed them in bacon grease, but use whatever you like! Then, put your pork in a bowl, add the spinach, flour, egg, egg whites, garlic, salt and pepper. Mix it up! Then, put it in a pan. I used mini loaf pans. It made 4 pretty sizeable loaves. Once you put it in the pan, put a slice of bacon on top. Bake it at 400F for about 25 - 30 minutes. Keep watch of it! Then turn it to broil for about 5 minutes to crisp up the bacon. Then take it out of the oven and eat the shit out of it.
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