Hi everyone! I am still doing blog maintenance and stuff, so you get to hear from one of the sweetest ladies in blogland. And she totally understands my chopstick obsession. Take it away, Katie!
(And HI to reader Lauren who I met last night!! Thanks for saying hi.)
Hi chocolate chips!
My name is Katie, and I write a blog called Chocolate-Covered Katie.
The recipes on my blog are for “healthy” (yet still delicious) versions of traditionally “bad-for-you” foods.
Such as the above healthy choco-Banana sundae
Basically, I eat in accordance with the Chocolate-Covered Diet philosophy, and I’ve never been happier .
But today, I’m not going to talk about chocolate. (*Gasp*) Nope, the lovely Maggie (Isn’t she gorgeous?!) has asked me to talk about something else: chopsticks! She and I share an interest in eating with chopsticks, because we both have a connection to Japan (mine being that I lived there for four years, and hers being that Bobby is half Japanese). I actually learned to eat with chopsticks before a fork. So even though I now can use a fork, I still prefer chopsticks, not only for conventional Asian dishes, but also for…
Decadent high-protein chocolate cake
Slurpy mushroom spaghetti
Bluebberry Breakfast Pizzert in a bowl
The breakfast feast: Chocolate chip cookie dough oatmeal
Ok, scratch that last one.
Some things are better eaten with a spoon!
In honor of Maggie and Bobby, I challenge you—this week—to try eating something unconventional with chopsticks!
Be creative and have fun! Are you up for it?? I know these guys are.
Life is better when it’s chocolate-covered!
Thanks again Katie 🙂 And happy early birthday! September is the best birthday month (mine is September too – maybe we are the same age!). I hope you enjoy some cake with chopsticks (healthy cake of course). I definitely will.
Do you know how to eat with chopsticks? What is your favorite thing to eat with them?
I think my favorite thing is… a stir-fry. Predictable, but delicious. (Here’s another.)
P.S. If you are ever interested in doing a guest post for Say Yes to Salad, please contact me and let me know your idea! I am always accepting submissions 🙂
8 Replies to “Katie says: Chopstick Covered Katie”
oh yes i know how to use chopsticks (being chinese) but the funny thing is my mom always says my dad “taught” me wrong. i use them like a little kid!
@Lynn: haha! That makes me think of those training chopsticks that are attached at one end 😉
Awww Maggie, I am so honored to be on your beautiful bloggie. My post looks so awesome in your professional format (as opposed to my messy wordpress one). Thank you again for such a fun opportunity! 🙂
And, for the millionth time, congratulations to a beautiful bride!
@Katie: thanks again 🙂
I’m embarrassed to say this, but I still suck at using chopsticks! I think I’m too blonde…or too Dutch. Either way, I fail miserably. I use a fork for my sushi haha 🙂
that protein chocolate cake looks awesome! definitely stealing that recipe 🙂
I adore Katie!
I like to eat sushi with chopsticks, but everything else is difficult for me 😀
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