When I ate lunch in Paris
I chose either omelets or salads.
Before that visit I had never made a decent omelet...
I made scrambled eggs and added things like cheese or herbs
the reason being
I was quite intimidated by the flipping of the egg mixture.
I am using David's recipe which is a basic one...
adding a few bacon bits, mushrooms, cheese and sliced fresh basil.
The "secret" to making an omelet is to use the freshest eggs
an omelet or a crepe pan!
I purchased this one when I returned from France several years ago and have been able to make omelets ever since!
My friend H turned me onto this tasty curried ketchup
which we found in a deli in Duncan on a recent "road trip."
Omelets are healthy, tasty and low in WW points.
Protein at every meal helps to keep me feeling satisfied.
In between meals I will snack on fresh fruit if I do feel a wee bit peckish.
I am still working at getting back to my WW goal weight.
watching portion sizes,
I've started swimming once a week at the recreation centre
which is helping increase the range of motion
with my "almost frozen" left shoulder.
The right one froze 2 years ago and it lasted a year.
Massage therapy is helping manage the pain for the most part,
anti inflammatory pills and topical Voltaren round out the rest of the treatment for now...
I really cannot complain too much as I have friends who are currently going through much more serious health issues.
How is your week going?
Do you have a favourite healthy meal or snack?
~ Be Well and Be Kind ~