Good morning Sunshine! I can’t get over how great the weather has been this spring. Last year it rained everyday for like 2 months, and this year it’s just bright and sunny.
Yesterday I had my very first day of Physical Therapy. It went really well, and we worked on ways to strengthen my ankle as well as desensitizing it. Right now when I touch my ankle or the top of my foot now, I get a crazy tingly sensation all over my foot. I am working on ways to get rid of that since obviously when I was in surgery a nerve was hit and this is what happened. So we did three different exercising and procedures to help with that. I’m excited for what the future holds with therapy.
I still haven’t gotten my computer fixed because I’ve been so busy with work lately, which makes blogging a little more difficult! I don’t have much time now, but I wanted to show you this delicious stir-fry dish I made last night. It was very tasty!
Mann’s Packing Co. was so nice to send me another package of all their pre-packed veggies. I couldn’t have been happier because I love the convenience of having all my veggies prepared for me. I’m getting a little spoiled. I really like how they have so many different varieties. Snow peas, sugar snap peas, broccoli and carrots, California Stir Fry, cauliflower and broccoli, and the list goes on. For my stir-fry I used the snow peas, California Stir Fry, and the broccoli and carrots. I also cut up some red and green bell pepper. I love when my dishes are colorful-it usually means your are getting lots of nutrients and vitamins.
I stir-fried them in a large wok with 1 Tbs coconut oil on low heat. While they were cooking, I boiled some soba noodles on the side, and made some sausage for Chris.
Right when the noodles were done I added about 5 Tbs or so of this flavorful Teriyaki sauce to the veggies and let them marinate in that for a few more minutes.
I had about 1C of the buckwheat noodles topped with lots and lots of veggies. Sprinkled with a few sesame seeds on top. This stir-fry was out of this world good. I’ve never had these noodles before, and they were the perfect compliment to the veggies and soaked up the teriyaki juices nicely. I couldn’t help myself, I just had to go back for seconds. Not only was it delicious, but this meal was SO filling. I think it was the noodles because they seemed a little denser than regular noodles.
This may go down i history of one of my favorite dishes I’ve made. It was so simple to make, so delicious to eat, and so healthy and filling!
I hate to make this post short, but I have to run. I will leave you with the May Wine of the Month I chose. It’s a delicious Rose, and perfect for this spring time weather!
Spring time is here, and that means Rose season is in full bloom. I think sometimes rose gets a bad reputation, but once you’ve had a really great Rose, you will be hooked.
This is just about as good as Rose gets – fresh, snappy, and very, very, refreshing. Perfect for warm weather meals and entertaining!
The Crios de Susana Balbo label has rapidly become synonymous with great value. Susana Balbo is also widely credited with developing the modern style of Torrontes; hers remains the benchmark. The 2008 Rose of Malbec is a saignee of Malbec sourced from 30-year-old ungrafted vines. It exhibits a fragrant bouquet of cherry and wild strawberries leading to a medium-bodied, dry, concentrated wine with lots of spicy red fruits and excellent balance. Drink it over the next 12-18 months. Wine Advocate 90 points
And I haven’t forgotten about that giveaway I told you about. It’s coming soon!!!!! Have a great day!!
Question: What is one of your favorite dishes that you made?