Did you have a good weekend?
Mine was low-key. Lots of walking, good eats, and a few projects around the ol’ homestead.
Yesterday was an egg sandwich! Eggy breakfast and dinner sandwiching a long walk.
I finally got around to making soaked English Muffins again. These doughy disks have been on my mind since I made them two months ago and they didn’t disappoint.
This batch featured white whole wheat instead of spelt and loads of rosemary. I soaked the dough for about 15 hours.
I love the chewiness of the crust and the dense doughiness of the center that is an English muffin. Mmmmm.
My feet carried my 15 miles around Cville between Saturday and Sunday! I am only 15 miles away from my goal of 100 miles of walking this month! Honestly I didn’t think that I would make this goal but now that I am so close I am totally determined.
Anyone want to join me to commit to walking 15 miles over the next four days? That’s only 3.75 miles a day or a little over an hour of walking at a moderate speed. Sound like a lot? Break it up into two or three sessions!
Matt, Kath, Tate and I walked a meandering 6 miles around town yesterday afternoon. The best milage is with friends. 🙂 After two hours I wasn’t ready for it to end, I could have walked for another hour.
More eggs! Simple Sunday supper.
Veggie-full frittata and salad.
I ♥ frittatas and this one was especially good, I think it was all of the nutmeg and veggies.
Quinoa sprouts! Red quinoa sprouts!
These are awesome. Sprouts add so much flavor, texture, and nutrients, love them.
Usually my craftiness revolves around the kitchen but this weekend I got crafty with the paint brush also.
Nearly everything in my cupboards is stored in jars and now I can keep track of whether those buckwheat groats are raw or toasted and what the nutritional stats on the oat bran are (I’ve looked that one up countless times!).
I haven’t mention Exercise TV in a while but I still use it at least a few times a week. Yesterday I did my favorite (Exercise TV) yoga video, Yoga Fitness Plus with Elise Gulan. This 45 minute intermediate vinyasa flow is fun and leaves me wanting for nothing (except Savasana, you have to do that on your own time).
Stay warm and make a great day!