Hopefully, you received our Thanksgiving newsletter today. We mentioned a post about I.F. (intermittent fasting) and we’ll be posting that tomorrow. It’s week 3 of our what we read/cooked/watched, so we didn’t want to lose our Monday momentum.
I read a memoir called Heavy. And it was honest and raw about race and parenting, zero sugarcoating. Selfishly, I appreciated reading about disordered eating, from a male perspective.
In terms of watching, I didn’t watch a whole lot but Michelle Obama’s interview with Robin Roberts both reminded me that leaders can be (and should be) honest, altruistic and poised. And of course it also provided a painful foil for the turd in charge right now.
I’m not sure what I did, as I didn’t cook as much either. I tested a few Squeeze recipes (on sale Black Friday btw). I also had a great Greek meal at Kyma, in NYC.
It seems I cooked more than Lauren this weekend! I whipped up fresh figs with balsamic and thyme. Trout with sage, garlic and wine. And this banana bread. I know you’re supposed to be meticulous with measurements for baking but I think I’m Incapable of being meticulous. I cut down sugar, then it seemed dry (had no measuring supplies so maybe overdid flour) so I added an extra egg…and we’ve had requests for a Foodtrainers’ cookbook.
I topped my creation with Coyo, Artisana walnut butter, berries and fresh basil. And I made a sheet pan recipe for our New Year’s Squeeze.
Besides that, I was so lame. I’m diving deep into herbs and supplements and the micro biome in an online functional medicine program. I watched, actually fell asleep 20 mins into, Harry Potter 4 at 9pm on Saturday. This is 32. 🎉
Tell us, what did you read, cook or watch this weekend? We’d love your recommendations
This is my favorite post of almost any blog. Current faves or reading or watching or cooking…
Yay, so glad you liked. But I don’t understand the end part. We’re open to any suggestions xx