Brightline Eating Menu Ideas

How’s the lifestyle change going, Doc? It’s not really a diet so let’s call it a dietary lifestyle. Mmkay? I refuse to weigh myself but I’m wearing smaller jeans so there’s that. Overall, I’ve been successful with BrightLine Eating. It isn’t really difficult but I’m also not perfect. A coconut cake was baked and partially…

BrightLine Eating Menu, Low Carb Meal Ideas

Recipe Ideas: Cauliflower Pizza Crust  I used this same recipe to make cauliflower tortillas for Chicken Fajittas Pork Egg Roll Bowls Rick Bayless’s Ceviche with fresh yellow tail jack or red snapper which I hope to catch on Saturday. (I will really be watching for blue and humpback whales while my husband fishes. If a fish…

Bright Line Eating, Menu and Checking In

The Verdict is In; Bright Line Eating is working for me. I feel great and I’m almost off sugar and flour without much effort. I started Bright Line Eating in earnest on January 1st and I’ve lost 7 pounds! This really doesn’t feel like a New Year’s resolution, it’s more of a healthy adjustment. The…

What’s for Dinner Doc? A Weekly Menu

I can’t believe that December is upon us. I’m watching snow videos sent from Nevada while enjoying mild temperatures in Baja. I do miss a good blizzard but only if I don’t have to go anywhere. I hope my menu gives you a few ideas to try this week. Planning is everything when you’re committed…

La Gringa Weekly Menu

Recipe Links: Poblano Enchiladas Tequila Lime Chicken Chard Chorizo Soup Mexican Cauliflower Rice and Pork Verde (In development at Whatsfordinnerdoc) Sides and salads this week: Cherry tomato, basil, olive oil, balsamic vinegar salad. Grilled pineapple and left over lime chicken tacos. Prosciutto wrapped asparagus grilled. Fruit, cheese feta, and arugula salad (substitute salty cotija and…

La Gringa Weekly Meal Plan

Here are some of the fruits and vegetables that I bought at the Sunday Market this week. I paid 400 pesos ($22 US). I know it looks like a huge amount of produce but El Gringo and I will eat all of it. Possible side dishes and lunches this week. Fruit salads, caprese salad, cut…

Baja Stuffed Peppers

What inspires your cooking? Smells, colors, freshness, memories, blog posts, magazine photos? I’m inspired by all of these things and my weekly menu is designed around the freshest ingredients that I can find. This is a weeks worth of produce which costs me between $8-12 US depending on how much fruit I buy. Fruit is…

Quinoa Tabbouleh With a Poblano and Lime Twist

I love Sunday Market days in Miramar. My menus are inspired by the freshest ingredients. I planted herbs on my deck and the landscaper assures me that the plants and soil are organic. Call me a skeptic but I’m guessing my herb garden would not get the organic seal of approval in the states. I…

Salmon in Yellow Thai Curry

I try to eat fresh local foods so living on a lake in rural Northern California can somewhat limit my food choices. We almost never eat out and when we do there are certainly no ethnic restaurants, unless you count Mexican cuisine as ethnic. Mexican food is a mainstay of the western U.S. food culture…