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Sangek Flat Bread

Sangek Flat Bread

 After I managed to settle down from my revelation of a saggy butt earlier today, I made some lunch for Mike and his son. Mike realized that some of the Vegetables (Bell Peppers, and Zucchinis) where starting to get old and wrinkly. I told him that I would have to cut them up and use them in something.  

Out of the kindness of his heart, he decided to cut the old and wrinkled ones up along with some Onions. He and his son left for a couple of hours, and buy the time he returned; he wanted me to have roasted them for lunch. Well, words were exchanged and Vegetables did get roasted, plus I made a very nice Garlic Chicken for them as well.

Sunday Veggies

Roasted Vegetables

Roasted Vegetables:

Ingredients:

1 Red Bell Pepper

1 Orange Bell Pepper

2 Yellow Bell Peppers

2 Onions

1 Zucchini

2 Tbls. Olive Oil

2 Tbls. Crushed Red Peppers

1Tbls. Cumin

Sea Salt

Directions:

Place the Sliced Vegetables into a Roasting/Grilling Pan along with Seasonings and stir until Onions are see through and Veggies are all tender. 

Garlic Chicken:

Ingredients:

4 Breasts of Chicken

12 Garlic Cloves

2 Tbls. Olive Oil

2 Tbls. White Wine Vinegar

Sea Salt

1 Tbls. Coriander

1 Tbls. Parsley

Directions:

Place Chicken Breasts in Grilling Pan along with Whole Garlic Cloves. Add Olive Oil, Vinegar and Seasonings and grill until meat is no longer pink in the middle for about 10-13 minutes.

Sangek Flat Bread

Sangek Flat Bread

Then after lunch we went on a journey to check out a new Persian Restaurant/Deli in Rockville, Maryland. Mike found this new restaurant in the Persian Paper and wanted to check it out, because they advertised making bread called Sangek fresh while you wait. So he was definitely interested.  The bread is flat bread made with Oats and Sesame Seeds. I’m sure there are other ingredients, but those are the ones Mike knows. He also adds, it’s very healthy for you and virtually no calories.!!!

So, of course on the way home we couldn’t stop eating pieces from the flat bread. And even when we got home, I know I couldn’t stop. I scooped out some Hummus and dipped the bread into it. 

Chocolate Craze

Chocolate Dove Bars

Dinner was nothing but our munching on the Sangek. I did have desert last night while I was watching Desperate Housewives. I had 2 CHOCOLATE COVERED DOVE BARS… and literally made a mess of myself, getting chocolate all over my shirt.  This act required me to do some exercises, while I was watching Brothers & Sisters.  

 

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