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To celebrate 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,' we’ve got one righteous cocktail
You’ll want to be on this drink
With Ron Burgundy’s return at the premiere of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues on Dec. 18, it is time to get into the Anchorman spirit. And what does that entail? Tons of amazing quotes and a fine, fine cocktail. Though our favorite San Diego anchorman’s mantra is "Scotchy Scotch, Scotch," Hornitos Tequila came up with a drink that will not make him immediately regret the decision to go for tequila!
In the long-awaited sequel, Burgundy and his Channel 4 news team are in the Big Apple for a stint on a 24-hour cable news network, GNN. Anchorman 2’s plot has been kept pretty tightly under wraps, but with the returning cast and multiple cameos promised, we are sure that this will be a satisfying sequel.
To get ready for the hilarity, pour yourself and your pre-gaming movie guests The Burgundy for a good time!
20 Keto Dinner Recipes That Will Make Your Life *Way* Easier
If you’re unfamiliar with the ketogenic diet, it’s basically the modern-day answer to the Atkins diet. You’ll follow a regimen of low-carbohydrate and high-protein foods to help promote fat burning and *hopefully* gain more energy. To take the guesswork out of meal planning, we found quick keto dinners that make your life so much easier. Think low-carb chicken recipes, bunless burgers, and more. Keep reading to stay on the right track with these recipes.
Keto Cauliflower Tots
Sometimes you just want dinner to be cheese we feel you. For those moments, sneak in some veg with these baked cauliflower tots. (via Brit + Co)
Keto Chicken Lettuce Wraps
Creamy and crowd-pleasing, keto blue cheese chicken salad's the definition of comfort food. This recipe has options for using leftover Instant Pot chicken or store-bought rotisserie. (via Brit + Co)
Shrimp Sheet Pan Fajitas
It doesn’t get easier than a simple sheet pan supper. Toss your shrimp, peppers, and onions in a spicy marinade, and in less than 30 minutes, you’ll be ready to dive in. Don’t forget to serve them inside low-carb tortillas. (via Brit + Co)
Chicken “Rice” Bowl
Raise your hand if you’ve been missing rice bowls while doing keto. This low-carb version uses cauliflower rice instead and does not hold back on the sushi bowl fixings. (via Brit + Co)
Good news! Burgers are not totally not off limits on the keto diet. Try layering all the ingredients inside a lettuce wrap. Just remember to use a low-carb barbecue sauce for the special sauce. (via Brit + Co)
Cheesy Brussels Sprouts
You won’t even miss macaroni and cheese when you make this rich cheese-coated Brussels sprouts dish, topped with plenty of crispy bacon. (via Brit + Co)
Shredded Mexican Chicken
Mexican night will never be the same now that this keto shredded chicken recipe's here. While there are no tortillas in sight, you can include low-carb versions to form soft-shell tacos. (via Kristie Sullivan / Victory Belt)
Keto Alfredo Zoodles
If you are watching your saturated fats intake, opt for this ketotarian dish made with a nut sauce. (via Brit + Co)
Instant Pot Ramekin Eggs En Cocotte
Heavy whipping cream, ghee-sautéed mushrooms, chives, and eggs are pressure-cooked in ramekins within minutes until just set. Serve it along with some cloud bread for breakfast-for-dinner. (via Brit + Co)
Ricotta Meatballs With Zoodles
Say goodbye to boring spiralized zucchini. We love the combination of flavors and textures in this recipe — from juicy, ricotta-filled chicken meatballs to crisp zoodles. (via Brit + Co)
Keto Ramen Noodles
This has all the standard fixings of ramen but has a zoodle base. The best part is that these ingredients can be found at Trader Joe's. (via Brit + Co)
Steak Tacos in Cheese Shells
Sear some seasoned steak and bake up some crunchy cheese shells to have an epic taco night in under an hour. (via Brit + Co)
Cheesy Zucchini Casserole
If you still haven’t developed a taste for zucchini, try it smothered with cheese and topped with crunchy pork rinds. (via All Day I Dream About Food)
Keto Pad Thai
Rice noodles make this dish usually too carb-heavy (a keto no-no). The filling, high-fiber Shirataki noodles (made from vegetable starch) are the best part. You can enjoy a whole bowlful. (via Hello Glow)
Low-Carb Cauliflower Cottage Pie
A hearty keto shepherd’s or cottage pie is totally possible with the help of a luscious cauliflower purée topping. (via The Sophisticated Caveman)
Keto Caprese Chicken
You can’t quit Italian food cold turkey therefore, find a keto-fied recipe like this one. Anything with plenty of melted cheese is welcome in our book. (via Sweet Peas and Saffron)
Easy Cashew Chicken
Use arrowroot powder (over cornstarch) and swap in Swerve’s brown sugar to keep things as low-carb as possible. FYI, it’s made in a slow-cooker, but you could easily stir-fry it over medium-high heat if you’re looking for a meal in minutes. (via The Recipe Critic)
Keto Fried Chicken
Heat up the oil, and prepare to experience an intense flavor symphony. Whisk together a spicy almond-flour blend for dipping these chicken pieces in, and it might even rival fast food joints. (via Savory Tooth)
If you have trouble staying full on the keto diet, you may want to try adding more heart-healthy fats like those from avocados. These are stuffed with tuna and topped with sriracha for good measure. (via Salt and Lavender)
Creamy Cauliflower Chowder
Those new to the keto way of life may miss things like potato soup. When that craving hits, make this comfort-food recipe. (via My Food Story)
Find more amazing recipes on Brit + Co's Food page!
This article has been updated from a previous post.
YUM! The keto cauli tots are insane. If you like tater tots you have to try these. You'll never go back. Such great recepie ideas.
The creamy cauliflower chowder and keto pad thai are soooo good! So happy I tried these recipes.
Soft Food Diet – Satisfying Recipes From Soup to Dessert
Does the dreaded Soft Food Diet have to be lacking in flavor and filling food? This is the question that has been weighing heavy on our minds. T is about to have jaw surgery which means we have been trying recipe after recipe in preparation for first the liquid diet, followed by the soft food diet. We have put a lot of time and energy into this collection, and now we hope our efforts will be just what he needs and that they can help you too.
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Here are the soft food recipes that have made the cut for us. Whether you or your loved one is looking at a jaw surgery or just the removal of wisdom teeth, these recipes may put the comfort back in comfort food for one and all.
Soft Foods Diet Menu Ideas
Soft Foods Breakfast Ideas and Baked Fruits
- Scrambled eggs. We purchased this awesome Sunday Brunch Gift Box from Etsy for the perfect collection of spices to kick up the flavor and keep things interesting. This kit is loaded up with High Peaks Seasoning (Ingredients: Salt, Shallots, Black Pepper, Parsley, Coriander, Dill Weed, Chives), Dill Weed, Biryani, Chervil, Paprika, and more.
- Pancakes: Pancakes are soft and delicious and come together quickly. You can add chocolate chips, strawberries, or blueberries. We like to add cinnamon and nutmeg to our batter. Cover them in maple syrup, Nutella, or a fruit puree (no seeds) and whipped cream. However you dress them up, we recommend the Best Ever Pancake Batter from Grace and Good Eats as a base.
- French Toast: Our favorite French Toast recipe comes from Chef Robert Irvine at Food Network. Again the addition of cinnamon and nutmeg makes all the difference. We recommend sticking with the softer, thinner slices until you are off the soft foods diet.
- Baked Apples: These Baked Apples from Suzy at Worthing Court (hold the walnuts) are a great way to partake in something soft and sweet.
- Poached Pears: This Poached Pears in Honey, Ginger, and Cinnamon recipe from Giada is amazing. I’m subbing the wine for Apple Cider and the vanilla bean for vanilla extract.
- Oven Roasted Plums: These oven-roasted plums from AllRecipes are on our menu to be served with french toast and/or vanilla ice cream. I did not add the cumin as instructed because that seemed weird, but most reviewers adore it. You do you.
- Oatmeal: Jaclyn from Cooking Classy is among my very favorite cooks. She has a collection called Oatmeal Eight Ways that we will be digging into. Obviously no nuts for us. But she has some crazy good flavor combinations like Banana Coconut, Apple Pie, and Peanut Butter and Nutella.
- Applesauce: Every Fall we make this apple sauce from Skinny Taste and it’s so very good. I’m going to make a few jars just to get us through this recovery. It’s tangy and wonderful. Hint, instead of the lemon peel we zest a lemon and use that instead. So good.
- Breakfast Banana Split: These are so good! You make a banana split using yogurt and fresh fruit and call it breakfast. Be sure whichever recipe you use to hold the granola and nuts. Our top pick for a Healthy Banana Split comes from Not Enough Cinnamon.
We are leaning pretty heavily on broths and cream soups in the beginning. As we ease into the next phase of soft foods we will be wearing out the immersion blender. Here are the recipes we have tested and approved for our tastes. We hope we have included some soup options that can please every palate.
- Japenese Clear Onion Soup: I have never found a recipe that exactly replicates the flavors of our beloved Hibachi soup but this Japenese Clear Onion Soup from Living Chirpy is the closest we’ve found!
- Wonton Soup: This Homemade Wonton Soup from Striped Spatula is so good! Flavorful and comforting.
- Potato Soup: This Instant Pot Creamy Potato Soup from Cooking Classy is just what the doctor ordered. It’s filling, ridiculously creamy, and flat-out satisfying. While you can’t serve it with the recommended bacon all crisped up on top, you can cook the bacon first in the instant pot and then use the bacon grease to cook the and celery and onions in. It adds some bacony flavor.
- Carrot-Coconut Soup with Harissa and Crispy Leeks: For those who like a sweet soup, this recipe from Bon Appetit fits the bill. Apple, carrot, coconut, ginger, and leeks.
- Broccoli Cheese Soup: My very favorite broccoli cheese soup recipe is from Averie Cooks. In practicing to make it even softer I tried using the immersion blender, but it still didn’t feel thin enough for the first stage of soft food where it needs to be almost drinkable. I tried putting it into a regular blender and really whirling it away in there too but both ways it was transformed in a way that took away from its greatness. So, this is going to stay as is and be part of our second stage of soft foods. T says this recipe slaps, so there you have it.
- Chickpea Soup: In our hunt for something really satisfying we came across this Chickpea and Celery Soup with Chili Garlic Oil recipe from Bon Appetit. Don’t roll your eyes at this one, it has reviewers raving for a reason. For our stage one Chickpea Soup, we will be going with another Bon Appetit recipe and holding the broccoli. It’s a lot simpler but our first stage requires simple.
- Chicken Soup: Once we have progressed to a place where we can finally eat some chicken, we will be fixing our favorite Chicken Soup Recipe. It comes from Food Network and the use of the whole chicken and the addition of the ginger root make this so satisfying.
Soft Foods Side Dishes
- Mashed Potatoes: We happen to love Carrabba’s Mashed Potatoes best so we use their recipe. But there are a lot of great recipes that allow you to infuse flavor into a basic mashed potatoes recipe. Try boiling your potatoes in chicken broth or fold in some cheese.
- Baked Beans: There are a lot of good bean recipes out there but we adore The Best Baked Beans Ever recipe from The Pioneer Woman the best. Skip topping them with bacon to stay soft. They’ll still be amazing.
- Macaroni and Cheese: This Creamy Baked Mac-N-Cheese Recipe from The Chunky Chef is crazy good. T sometimes swaps the Gruyere for Smoked Gouda and we tend to go a little more heavy-handed with the Paprika but you can’t go wrong with this recipe. Seriously good and seriously filling.
- Grits: These Cheese Grits from Food and Wine are loaded with flavor and reviewers adore them.
- Sweet Potato: We like ours baked in the Air Fryer. Just clean, dry, rub some olive oil over the skin, pierce it, season with salt and pepper, and cook for 40-45 minutes at 425 degrees. That said, this Sweet Potato Casserole from Spend with Pennies is on our menu. We are trying to prevent weight loss so this recipe is really appealing. Obviously, we will be forced to hold the nuts. We add maple syrup to the top of this dish and a dash of nutmeg to the potatoes. Other than that we follow the directions exactly.
- Roasted Carrots: We eat a lot of roasted vegetables in our house. This recipe for Roasted Carrots Two Ways from Chelsea’s Messy Apron offers sweet and savory options and both are really tasty.
- Beans: Now it’s not just because Granny Gwen and I share a name that I adore this recipe. And it’s not because this recipe was the 2012 Side Dish Smackdown Winner! It’s all about the flavor in Granny Gwen’s Beans that makes it a great choice for a soft food diet. These are filling and comforting. We will be swapping the bacon for salt pork. Also, I like to add just a dash of liquid smoke and a dusting of paprika to mine.
Main Dishes for A Soft Food Diet
- Garlic Parmesan Pasta: You don’t need to be on a soft food diet to appreciate how awesome and how simple this Garlic Parmesan Pasta from Damn Delicious is. Our only tweak, we add baby peas.
- One-Pot Pasta: This super simple Pasta Dish from Rasa Malaysia is quick, easy, and flavorful.
- Salmon: So any flaky fish will do the trick but this recipe for Honey Soy Glazed Salmon from Tasty is already our favorite way to do fish. It’s so good.
- Cod: For really simple but flavorful Cod we turn to Rasa Malaysia again for her Baked Cod recipe. Lemon and cayenne season this perfectly.
- Tuna: We like this Tuna Salad Recipe from Cooking Classy. We use capers and pickles.
- Chicken: Eventually, we will be allowed some chicken and this Baked Chicken Recipe from Gimme Some Oven is where it is at. We add a little pickle juice to the brine but the recipe is amazing as is.
- Tuna Casserole: I’ve mentioned this Tuna Casserole from Skinny Taste before and with good reason – canned tuna, mushrooms, peas, and noodles in a creamy sauce!
Dessert Recipes for A Soft Food Diet
- Jello Jigglers: These aren’t very filling but they are fun, tasty, and something easy to chew.I like this Jello Jiggler recipe from Squirrels of a Feather.
- Custard Cake: The Vanilla Magic Custard Cake from OMG Chocolate Desserts is our top pick but there are plenty of custard cakes to choose from.
- Banana Cake: If Sally from Sally’s Baking Addiction says this Banana Cake is the moistest cake she’s ever tasted then I suspect it’s likely the moistest cake that has ever existed. Bananas are loaded with potassium and supply vitamin B6, fiber, and some vitamin C. Super moist, super soft, and delicious!
- Souffle: Again, the options are endless when it comes to souffle but we adore Sally’s Chocolate Souffle the most.
- Nutella Pudding: Looking for something decadent to really ease that sweet tooth? This Nutella Pudding from Trial and Eater has got you covered!
- Butterscotch Pudding: Sally from Sally’s Baking Addiction became my hero for recipes like this one. Her Unbelievable Butterscotch Pudding is a must for anyone on a soft foods diet.
- Cheesecake: I had a hard time recommending just one Cheesecake because we are kind of obsessed with this particular treat. You can check out our Cake Board on Pinterest for more of our favorite cheesecake recipes. For a soft food diet, I have to recommend the Tall and Creamy New York Cheesecake recipe from Art and The Kitchen because it’s amazing cheesecake and it has no crust so it’s the softest version.
There we have it! What a collection! If we discover anything else crazy wonderful as we get through the next four to six weeks, we will add it for you. So stay tuned. If you have a kiddo that will be getting braces or having wisdom teeth removed, save this page. You could pin it…
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Chicken Satay Marinade
The marinade is the most important part of the recipe. The best satay are marinated with lots of spices and ingredients, such as the following:
- Turmeric powder
- Coriander powder
- Chili powder
- Salt and sugar
Traditionally, home cooks pound all the ingredients above with a mortar and pestle until it becomes a fine paste.
Mix the meat (either chicken, beef or mutton) with the marinade overnight to ensure that that every skewer is s bursting with robust flavors.
The Warrior Diet – Guidelines
1. Keep Yourself Hydrated
Drinking water is the most important thing in fasting. You can drink 9-10 glasses of water in the 20-hour window to maintain the hydration level in your body.
Make sure to drink filtered water. You can also fortify your water with nutrients by adding cucumber, mint, lemon, cinnamon, etc.
2. Eat Protein-Rich Foods
In the Warrior Diet, you are allowed to eat a substantial protein-rich dinner. This helps reduce carb intake and rebuild the worn-out muscles. You can also have protein powder with milk to give your body an extra dose of protein.
3. Eat One Main Meal
Unlike the conventional diet plans, the Warrior Diet requires dieters to eat one main meal, which is dinner. For breakfast and lunch, dieters are allowed to have low-calorie foods such as eggs, yogurt, legumes, veggies, and fruits.
4. Learn To Control Hunger
We all know that eating every 3-4 hours will help in weight loss. But, the Warrior Diet does not advocate that. Like the warriors in the middle of a battle or hunt, you should train your brain to endure hunger. When you do this for a few days, your body will eventually learn to stay away from food during the fasting phase.
5. Avoid Processed Foods
Any kind of processed food is not allowed when you are on the Warrior Diet. Processed foods contain higher amounts of sugar, salt, artificial flavors, colors, food preservatives, and taste enhancers that are very harmful to your health. You should buy natural products from a local grocery store. If you are eating out or ordering from a restaurant, avoid fried chicken, sausages, burgers, pizza, fries, and ketchup.
6. Exercise To Get Quick Results
Warriors spent a lot of time either fighting or hunting, which helped them expend a lot of energy. So, if you are on the Warrior Diet, you should exercise regularly to expend the energy and get back in shape. You can do a mix of cardio, strength training, weights, and yoga to keep the workout routine fun and engaging.
So, now that you have the guidelines, let’s take a look at the Warrior Diet Meal Plan.
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My wife has to read this article, I love eating fruits, I’m dieting for 03 days and I’m doing really well, whenever I get hungry like bananas or pears.
It’s high time you stop propagating myths: salmon and dairy make us sick and cause untold suffering to the beings we murder and steal from. Enough already! Wake up!
I am not too shocked that this nonsense comes out of Harvard. They appear to be asleep behind their ivy covered walls!
Catch up you guys.
Worse they make it sound like add a little of this or that and you will be healthy! Not if you don’t remove the poisons you are eating first!!
Just salmon? For its lovely color? Which is created through dye in their food! Not wild? Yogurt?? with all the lovely sugar that probably killed off the few available good guy microbes?? Really??
Come ON! One would hope that Harvard could do better!
Dairy makes us sick. There are much better ways to get a healthy dose of probiotics. For instance, a plant-based diet appears to naturally modulate one’s gut flora.
Eating Brussels sprouts every day is a terrible idea. Your own studies at Harvard, namely the Harvard Nurses study and the Harvard Physicians health study, have found an association between regular consumption Brussels sprouts and pancreatic cancer. Your own book “The Harvard Medical Guide to Healthy Eating” by Walter Willett specifically recommends AGAINST eating Brussels sprouts every day because of the possible cancer risk.
I have fructose malabsorption and cant digest blueberries without spending a long time on the toilet….
Is there still a way how i could consume blueberries or its healthy ingredients?
Are those blueberries? Cause if it is. It is 100% helpful to ourt health.
Celebrate Betty White’s 98th Birthday With This Golden Girls-Inspired Dinner
Try to name a more iconic woman than Betty White, we’ll wait. Can’t come up with anyone? That’s because when it comes to charisma, humor and talent, White can’t be beat. She is a legend and today is that legend’s 98th birthday. Betty White has been in showbiz for over 80 years &mdash a record-breaking career &mdash and one of her most famous roles was as Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls. Whether you watched The Golden Girls during the show’s original run on NBC in 1985 or caught it in reruns, you’re probably familiar with everyone’s favorite mature women from Miami. Along with discussing their extremely active love lives, the ladies also have something else in common: their love of food. So what better way to celebrate the show, Betty White’s birthday, your friends, and of course, delicious food, than to have a Golden Girls dinner party? Here’s everything you need to throw the ultimate GG-inspired dinner your friends will rave about until you’re retired.
Blanche’s sloe gin fizz
In the Season 1 episode “The Triangle,” Dorothy (played by Bea Arthur) has a fancy doctor boyfriend, who ends up hitting on Blanche (played by Rue McClanahan). In one scene, the doctor makes a pass at Blanche after she offers him a cocktail: specifically, a sloe gin fizz. He may be despicable, but the drink is pretty delicious.
Here’s a recipe from The Kitchen Magpie to help get the party started.
The women were frequent entertainers and had people over for dinner pretty often. Here are two appetizers they served to guests on the show.
In another episode from the first season, Dorothy’s daughter Kate is getting married, and naturally, the nuptials are taking place at the girls’ house. Rose (played by Betty White) made one of her famous cheeseballs for the occasion.
Here’s a recipe for a classic cheeseball from Cooking Classy that you’re going to want to make today (and not wait for a party).
Blanche’s shrimp cocktail
Rose ends up dating a variety of men throughout the show’s seven seasons, but one of her most memorable boyfriends was Dr. Jonathan Newman &mdash who happens to be a psychiatrist and also on the shorter side. Blanche and Dorothy invite him over for dinner without Rose’s permission and of course, hilarity ensues. One of the most iconic moments of the episode (and the show overall) is when Blanche enters the living room to offer appetizers to their guest: shrimp. Shrimp cocktail is another timeless &mdash and easy &mdash appetizer.
Sophia’s lasagna al forno
Dorothy’s mother Sophia (played by Estelle Getty) grew up in Sicily, but had an accent that sounded straight out of Brooklyn. Of course, her speciality was Italian food, and over the course of the show, she made marinara sauce, baked ziti, sabayon and this lasagna al forno, which she makes for her brother Angelo in a Season 3 episode. If you’re having a group of friends over for dinner, this is the perfect option. If you have vegetarians in the mix, you can leave out the meat and make a veggie lasagna instead.
In fact, here are recipes for both: a lasagna al forno recipe from the Stay-at-Home Chef, and a veggie recipe from Cookie and Kate.
No Golden Girls dinner party (or any party, for that matter) would be complete without a cheesecake. This was the girls’ favorite dessert (and probably food) and they ate it in several different episodes &mdash sometimes with ice cream, sometimes with chocolate sauce, and always with a bit of gossip or friendly support.
There are so many amazing cheesecake recipes, so here’s a plain version from Cookies and Cups, which you can customize however you want.
So gather your pals and have them over for a nice meal &mdash after this dinner, they will definitely thank you for being a friend.
A version of this story was originally published September 2019.
1250 Calorie Diet Nutrition
Macronutrients, like the name suggests, are nutrients that the body requires in large amounts. They provide the body with energy, and are necessary for essential functions like muscle growth and organ development. The three important macronutrients present in most whole food sources are carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
According to the National Academy of Sciences, the amount of macronutrients required by an individual primarily depends on a person's age and gender, but health and lifestyle goals play a part as well. A set of guidelines called the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) help to serve as a starting point for keeping track of macros eaten in a 1250 diet plan.
For both adult men and women, the recommended daily allowance is 45 to 65 percent of daily calories from carbohydrates, 10 to 35 percent of an individual's daily calories from protein and 20 to 35 percent of daily calories from fat. And, according to Cleveland Clinic, a gram of fat has 9 calories, while 1 gram of both carbohydrates and proteins each offer 4 calories.
A simple calorie calculator will help determine the values for a 1250 calorie diet. Approximately 27.8 to 48.6 grams or 250 to 437.5 calories of fat, 140.6 to 203.1 grams or 562.5 to 812.5 calories of carbohydrates and 31.3 to 109.4 grams or 125 to 437.5 calories of protein should be consumed as part of the 1250 diet plan.
Nutrition: 211 calories, 11 g fat (2.6 g saturated), 275 mg sodium, 10.7 g carbs, 2 g fiber, 2.5 g sugar, 18.4 g protein
Save 449 calories, 39 grams of fat and 695 milligrams of sodium when you whip up this low carb cobb over the one on Panera's menu. Consuming nearly a day's worth of sodium at lunch can lead to high blood pressure and water retention. Steer clear!
Get the recipe from Diethood.
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