Weekend Link Love – 07.03.2011

This week’s link love is short and sweet. Happy birthday,Β America!

Food, Recipes, Fitness

  • Kath’s Pumpkin and Cinnamon Beanies look ah-mazing! I haven’t baked with beans in a while and it is something I must try again. I made these black bean brownies back in March of 2008.
  • Must make Erin’s Almond Flour Zucchini Muffins. (This one you have to use just the whites because you beat them!)
  • Mark’s Grok Walk Workout looks awesome. Definitely fits into my current exercise routine.
  • Week 5 of Biz’s 101 Days of Summer Challenge is over. Check out the comments on her post to see how we all did.

Salad Girl Updates

  • Today… I rewrote this post on Reducing Sugar. It was originally just “10 healthy tips” for cooking and baking, but upon reading it I discovered that I used to demonize butter and fats and think that we should all be eating carby, fat-free diets. So I rewrote it. Do check it out if you get a chance.
  • A year ago today… I made homemade ketchup. And I was eating egg whites.
  • 2 years ago today… I made healthy fried rice. And then 2 days later I got engaged.

What are you doing this weekend? Do you like whole eggs, just the whites, or just the yolks?

5 Replies to “Weekend Link Love – 07.03.2011”

  1. we’re having a bbq tomorrow for the family so i made a dessert! (red, white, and blue of course)
    i have tried so hard to eat yolks because i know they’re full of great nutrients but i just hate the way they taste cooked. i remember the tortuous mornings with my mom trying to force me to eat hard boiled eggs.
    i do, however, LOVE runny yolks! they’re amazing atop of everything! πŸ™‚

  2. I’ve bookmarked the Grok walk workout too, I love bodyrock but it’s good to change the feel a bit every now and again. Mark Sisson is doing such a fantastic job of showing how easy and fun paleo/primal is.
    Although I have only recently embraced the fat, I always ate egg yolks. There’s not really a ‘culture’ of ditching egg whites here in the UK and Ireland. Must check out your homemade ketchup, would be good with veggie scramble!

  3. Thanks for the link love Maggie! πŸ˜€ I made my very first strawberry rhubarb pie – I am 43 years old and have never had rhubarb!

    Enjoy your day!

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