Bev’s sister, Pat, has enrolled in a diet plan and Bev decided to do it with her – and when she’s on a diet, I’m on a diet whether I want to be or not. Actually, I’m the one of three of us who probably needs it the most. Unlike many plans that provide the food, this one provides guidelines for you to cook and eat by, so our choices are to make two dishes for every meal or for me to climb on the diet train, sorta.
My plan, for our main meal at least, is to eat the same basic thing Bev eats, but not be as restrictive with it. The difficult part is to eat many of the same foods and have them still be different and tasty - fortunately I visit several blogs that provide many healthy dishes. Joanne, over at Eats Well With Others recently posted a list of bloggers who are on a healthy eating plan, so I’ll be visiting all of them.
The day the new eating plan was to begin, Jenn over at Jenn’s Food Journey provided a recipe for Baked Fish With Rosemary Aioli, and it sounded like a great meal to begin with. Check her site for the recipe. I cooked mine per the recipe (got my fish a little too done) and made my first ever aioli. I sided it with salad with our homemade 1000 Island dressing - remember I said sorta above.
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by Almost Heaven South.