In the spirit of helping out with those New Year’s weight loss resolutions, I’m sharing an easy way to speed up healthy lunches, or dinners for those busy weeknights. I’m sure you are all familiar with the concept of “meal prepping.” I am on board with the theory, and if you are happy eating the same thing every day, then good for you! I, on the other hand, am not. The quickest way
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We had two Thanksgiving meals this year, and as much as I love Thanksgiving leftovers, I am turkey-ed out! I wanted something hearty but decently healthy, and I wasn’t in the mood for heavy cooking since I needed to go grocery shopping
Growing up, I thought I didn’t like sweet potatoes. To be fair, my only exposure to them was the (to me) sickeningly sweet Thanksgiving dish loaded up with brown sugar and marshmallows. Wayyyyy too sweet for my palate. Sweet potatoes are plenty sweet on their own, which, I’m guessing, is where they got their name. I mean, I’m not a scientist…but I think that’s a pretty safe conclusion. So I like to take them in a savory direction.