Thursday, March 31, 2011

10 Years Ago Today....

...I asked a really handsome man out on MSN (how embarassing and impersonal! I was 15!) and he said YES! Pretty much the best jackpot I have ever hit. I could not be any more blessed to have Eric in my life! He has turned out to the husband I always dreamed of, and more! I love you Eric Reid!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

What I've Been Working On

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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Baby Names

Each time someone I know has a baby, I get a little nervous. Not because I am jealous they are pregnant, I have gotten over that. But because I am paranoid they will "steal" our baby names.

Naming is one of my favorite things to do. I always name all of my puppies, so I have done alot of searching. And each name is carefully picked out. For my dogs too. I am always keeping an eye out for a cool name on TV and in magazines, even at work! It usually takes me days if not weeks to pick out a name for my animals. Paris is from a magazine. Fleury is from a file I saw at a vet clinic in the city. Remy is from searching French names. Maeve and Finn were from searching Irish names. I wanted to name a cat Sevens far before I was ever looking for another cat.

I always try to pick names that I really like, and can see myself liking for a long time. I am also careful that I don't name them something I might want to use for a child one day. And so far, it has worked out. I still love all of my animals names! The only exception is Paris. I think I little girl named Paris would be so cute, but Eric doesn't agree.

Anyways, the point is that I have taken a lot of time (I mean, I have had 3.5 years of waiting to think about it) to pick out my baby names. Eric and I have pretty much decided what they will be, for first names anyways. We have no middle names picked out at all. I would be crushed if someone else used them before we get the chance to. I don't tell anyone them, not even family!

Growing up a Lindsey, with at least 3 other Lindseys in the same small town of 600(all spelled different of course), I know I want my children to have unique names. Not weird really, just unique. And to me, taking a regular name and spelling it weird is not unique. I also grew up with people spelling my name wrong all the time, mostly Lindsay. And I don't want my kids to have to deal with it as much as I did. I still think my spelling is the correct way, because people say Lind-SEE, not Lind-SAY. But that is besides the point. ;)

So because the names we have picked out are pretty unique, my hopes are that no one will use them before we do. But there is always that chance. And this nervousness will probably not go away until I finally get to use them! I pray that is soon.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Naturopath Appt. #2

Saturday I had my second naturopath appointment. This was for a physical exam and recheck. The first time it was more of a consultation, we mostly talked. This time she looked at my skin, nails and hair, checked my ears, checked my reflexes, checked my blood pressure and listened to my stomach. It was very different than a regular yearly physical. I could write lots of the things we talked about, but I was there for another hour, and you are probably not interested to read it all. Basically what she said is that lots of my "symptoms" are from PCOS, some are from and overgrowth of yeast, and some might be an adrenal issue which might be part of the PCOS.

This is my treatment schedule:

1. Multi Glyco vitamin/mineral supplement - 2 tablets twice a day
2. Vitamin C - 1 at breakfast, two at lunch. This is my favorite part. I have grape ones and they are so good. They are my candy! I wish I could have more than 3!
3. Greens Drink - 1 scoop mixed with water in the morning - This is weird, so I just chug it!
4. Protein powder - 2 scoops 1-2 times a day - I have chocolate rice protein powder, and I actually enjoy drinking it. I mixed it with some almond milk and water in the Magic Bullet for breakfast! I like it so much I crave it during the day. I had some for supper just because I like it!
5. Mag glycinate - I am taking 1 a day right now, but I have to talk to her to make sure that is right!
6.Candida SAP - 2 capsules 3 times a day with meals. - This is the yeast cleanse, I take it for at least 6 weeks.
7. Testo-Quench - 1 capsule 3 times a day - Because of PCOS, I have a higher testosterone level than normal, and as the name suggests, this is to help lower those levels.
8. Progesto-Mend - 1 capsule 2 times a day - To help the hormone progesterone work better for me.
9. Biotone EFA - 1 capsule twice a day, at breakfast and lunch - This is also to help with hormone balance.

As for diet, I am to remain on a low glycemic index diet, and I need to try to limit my fruit intake to 2 a day because of the sugar in them. I can have as much veggies as I want. I also include 4 Tbsp shelled hemp seeds and 2 Tbsp flax seeds into my diet. She would also like me to eat raspberries/blueberries and cranberry juice for the antioxidants.

So far, so good. Eric has been very supportive of this, so it has made it easy. Plus I have still been eating alot of stuff I enjoy. The hardest part is avoiding dairy! Especially when you go to other people places for meals. I feel like such a snob turning things down. I think I will have to make exceptions for some things. Dr. K did say that it should be a 90% low GI diet, and the other 10% can be high glycemic. For the most part I eat low GI foods, but that 10% gives me some breathing room when I go out or to peoples places for meals!

This is a lot of stuff, I know. And it is not cheap, but Dr. K was pretty optimistic that with all these supplements and dietary changes that my cycles will return on their own. I sure hope she is right. And if she is right, it will be all worth it! She has restored some of my hope that I will be able to conceive a baby naturally.

I do already feel better. Maybe you think I am nuts, or that it is just all in my head, but I don't mind! The only important part is that I feel better and healthier! I really feel like God lead me to go see Dr. K, and I know this is the path He wants me to take!

I go for a follow up April 26th!

Sunday, March 27, 2011

A Nice Day

I was going to blog about my naturopath appointment today, but now it is late and I want to write lots, so it will have to be tomorrow!

Today was a good day! It was busy, but it was so nice outside. I went for a run/walk with the dogs. I ran for 20 minutes, then turned around and walked the rest of the way home. For the last minute of my run I ran almost as fast as I could! I love running like that, feeling the wind on my face & taking big strides. After that I did some TurboFire core and stretching for an hour. I also did my pushups from the 100 pushup challenge. I know, thats a lot of working out! But someday I don't get any in, and today I had the time!

Saturday, March 26, 2011

New Mattress!

Today Eric and I went to the city to pick up our new mattress. Our old was was only 6 years old, but it was a very cheap one and was in terrible shape! First we dropped off a table and some other goods at the thrift shop so make room. We also picked up a few other things in the city for organizing our house. We got home around supper, and started cleaning the spare room. We took everything out of it, swept/vacuumed/mopped the floors, cleaning the walls. We moved our old bed into the spare room. Then we moved all the stuff back into the spare room, we still have to organize it better though. I can't wait to sleep on a new mattress!

I also had another naturopath appointment today! I think I will write more about it tomorrow!

Friday, March 25, 2011

Partylite Sale!

I am selling most of my instock items for very cheap because I need to make room in our spare room for a bed!

CLICK HERE to see everything!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

My Goal

Today I was reminded of one of my goals. Or maybe I should call it a reward. When I am fit, I would like to buy a set of workout clothes from Lululemon. These are the pieces that I would like to get:

I can't decide between the long version or the cropped:

Love this jacket and the colour:

And this shirt/colour:

And just for fun a pair of shorts!

They are all running gear, I just like it the best! I might change my mind by the time I am ready to buy these items, or when I try them on. But I at least have something to motivate me some more!

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Naturopath and Massage

Yesterday I had my appointment with the Naturopathic doctor. I thought it went really well, and I really like the naturopathic approach to health. I like how they look at all your symptoms and treat you as a whole person, not just specific symptoms. She talked to me for at least and hour and 15 minutes, and I felt like she really listened to me and what was going on.

She thinks that a lot of my anxiety/fatigue is due to my diet, and my blood sugar spiking up then crashing down. Because I have PCOS, this totally makes sense to me. She wants me to go on a low GI diet. I have read about this before, and how it is really good for people with PCOS. But I just haven't made the effort to do it. So yesterday I started. She also wants me to cut out dairy, because it can cause inflammation and that is not good when hormones are out of balance.

She also put me on some more vitamins, Multi Glyco, to help with the insulin resistance, and I am supposed to take 1500mg of Vitamin C instead of 500mg like the bottle reccomends. This is awesome because they are grape flavored and delicious, and the closest thing I will get to candy! She sent me home with a greens drink, which is kinda minty/veggie flavored. It doesn't taste the best but it is bearable. I am also supposed to eat 2-4tbsp of shelled hemp seeds/hemp hearts every day. This is also no problem because they are very yummy! All of that stuff I bought and have started. She also wanted me to have 1-2 scoops of a protien powder per day. This I haven't bought yet, because I don't want to waste money. Most protien powders I have tried make me gag. And the only one I have ever tried that I like has a full serving of whole milk in it, and I can't have dairy so that is not an option. I guess I will just have to try one and choke it down!

That is a long list of things to do. It is a bit overwhelming (well, mostly the diet part) but I really believe she can help me, so I want to follow her treatment plan. I love to idea of getting healthy without drugs. I want to give this my best shot! She also want to run a bunch of tests, but they cost money and are not covered by healthcare. There is two different tests she would like to run, but I think I am just going to go with one of them for now, because this is all so expensive already. I am going to have to sell lots of Partylite and bath items to afford this!

Today I finally had a massage. I say finally because this was the 3rd time I booked an appointment. The first time I booked one I had to book 3 weeks in advance. I showed up for the appointment to find out that I didn't have one, nor had I missed it or came a day early. They never booked me in. So she booked me another appointment and gave me a card and told me to come back next week with that card and I would have an appointment. I went back a week later, gave them the card, and they told me there was no massage therapist available and that my appointment should never have been booked for that time. They felt really bad, booked me an appointment for the next week and told me it would be complimentary. I cried half the way home. I was a bit nervous showing up today, but I did have an appointment and it was great!

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

The Fruit Of The Daily Deal

They were very yummy! I am still enjoying them today!

These are mini cupcakes from The Cupcake Barista on Corydon, bouht on TeamBuy! I got 4 different kinds, from top to bottom: Mocha (chocolate cake with espresso buttercream and chocoloate covered coffee bean on top), Cookies and Cream (choc cake with cookies and cream buttercream and oreo piece), Red Velvet ( red velvet cake with vanilla buttercream anda red fondant flower), White Chocolate Macadamian Latte (white chocolate cake with espresso buttercream covered in crushed macadamian nuts!)

My favorite was the Mocha! I love everything about it! I would love to try more kinds from there!

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Monday, March 21, 2011

Daily Deals!

Happy Monday! I woke up to an inbox full of good deals!

TeamBuy:$15 for $30 worth of merchandise at Arm Candy Handbags & Accessories.

Groupon:$50 for Beauty Boot Camp at Merle Norman Cosmetics ($135 Value)

Kijiji:For $25 receive a Signature Pedicure from Beauty on the Go Mobile Beauty Services ($50 Value)

WagJag:$19 for a Made to Order Cheesecake from Belle Cake & Candy (A $50 Value)

DealFind: $20 for 10 Yoga Class Passes to Aromansse ($120 Value)

I would really love to buy the cheesecake! You can hardly make your own cheesecake for $19!! I really like the exercise deals too, I wish I lived in the city to take advantage of them!

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Ready For Quilting!

Both my youth fundraiser quilts are all ready to be sent off for quilting. This was way by far the most work, but I am very happy with how it turned out! Can't wait until it is all done!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Winter Walk With The Setters!

It was slightly warm today, so we decided to take the Irish Setters for a walk. We don't do a lot of exercise with them in the winter, so I am always glad for a warmer day when we can take them out! Finn has to go on a leash, because he completely ignores you when you tell him to come. Maeve gets to go free because she listens very well. I am nervous to have her running free on the roads, but we always call her back and hold on to her leash when cars or tractors come close.

Finn cleaning ice out of his toes mid-walk:Eric just barely caught Finn and ended up on the ground! Finn's leash slipped loose and he took off. Thankfully the leash was still dragging behind him so he didn't run that fast and Eric knocked him down. Lol:

Maeve coming back to inspect the damage:Finn wanted to go in the ditch so Eric let him, and ended up knee deep in snow:Eric and Maeve stuck in snow:
Loving their walk!:
Maeve coming back for her periodic treat!Having a blast running free!:
A boy and his dog:
Finn loves climbing the snow piles, Eric does too:Eric laughing at Maeve taking a big dump:
And yes, I am fully aware my husband has a mustache. He has been doing "Mustache March" way before "Movember" was ever around!

Friday, March 18, 2011


This picture is not great, but I just love these daffodils! I look forward to buying them every year!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Milk Mustaches

I tried feeding my babies milk for the first time today. They were not too excited, and the much prefer mom's food. But they are so many of them that I need to start supplementing because Paris will not be able to keep up!

Cuddling and sleeping in my hand:

Daily Deals

Groupon:$35 for Panoramic Wall Mural ($86 Value)

Kijiji: "Beauty & Grace" Floral Bouquet or credit towards floral arrangements at Osborne Florist for only $25 ($55 Value

Dealfind:$10 for $20 Worth of Sweet and Savoury Crêpes and Drinks from Caramel Crêpe at The Forks

TeamBuy: For $25 get $50 worth of Grade “A” Beef, Pork & Poultry from Dutch Meat Market

Wagjag: $49 for the Pro White Teeth Whitening Gel Treatment - Includes 8 Syringes of Whitening Gel, Free Gifts, Free Shipping

Today I am loving the one from the Caramel Crepe! I LOVE that place! And it looks like they added a few new flavors. I can't wait to try the Maple Syrup and butter one!

Wednesday, March 16, 2011


Yesterday I booked an appointment at the local Naturopathic clinic. I have been feeling really fatigued lately, all my bloodwork came back normal, and so my doctor just thinks it's stress. And it very well could be, I am a busy lady, and I don't often get as much sleep as I should. I really like the idea of natural medicine, and I am hoping she can offer some relief for me! I just can't be tired like this all the time. I like that she will look at my whole health history, not just one or two symptoms.

I have been interested in naturopathic medicine ever since I read the book The Infertility Cure. I am a bit skeptical, but at this point I am excited to try anything to not be so tired anymore! I will let you know how the appointment goes next week!

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Turkey Tuesday - Eric's Spicy Turkey

This is a recipe that my husband Eric invented, and I just love it. I say recipe, but really we just throw a bunch of ingredients together and never really measure, so these are approximate. I may have to come back and alter this after Eric reads it, because he usually makes it!

1. Put 1 or 2 turkey breasts in the slowcooker on low for 8 hours. We put in water, pepper, salt, and franks red hot. You can add whatever you like!

2. Cut/tear slow cooked turkey small pieces. Place in large skillet and add:
-1 or 2 onions cut in strips
-2-4 garlic cloves, pressed or diced
-1/4 cup worchesteshire sauce
-1/2 cup soya sauce
-1 or 2 bay leaves
-crushed chillis to taste. We like to add lots!
-fresh ground pepper to taste
-enough water to cover ingredients in sauce pan 3/4 of the way.

Bring to boil and simmer for at least 30 minutes on medium heat. Allow some of the liquid to evapourate out, but there should still be a sauce.

Serve over rice or quinoa.

Daily Deals

Groupon:$44 for a One-Year Premium Golf Membership to Privileged Play

Dealfind:$10 for 2 Play Passes to U-Puttz Black Light Miniature Golf ($20 Value)

WagJag: $27 for One Month of Unlimited MMA Classes for Kids or Adults at Innovative Martial Arts (A $90 Value)

Today I am liking the U-Puttz Golf the most! I was going to take my brother there anyways!

Monday, March 14, 2011

Daily Deals

I figured I would post the deals everyday, then you can pick what interests your the most! Last night I found out that Kijiji also has daily deals! I can't believe how many of these sites there are out there! I really have to keep in mind that I am only saving myself money if I was going to go to these places anyways. But for somethings, like spa stuff, I wouldn't do them if I had to pay full price!

Kijiji: $29 get a 10-session Punch-Card for HITT Workouts at Aspire Fitness ($150 Value)

Groupon: $8 for a dozen mini cupcakes (a $16 value) at The Cupcake Corner

TeamBuy: $39 for a 60-Min Hot Oil Manicure and your choice of 2 Spa Waxing Services ( Bikini, Eyebrow, Upper Lip or Underarm Wax) from Elisabeth's Hair, Nails, & Skin

WagJag: $19 gets you a shampoo, cut and blow dry from Elisabeth Braiding and Hair Extensions (a $45 value)

DealFind: $20 for a 10 Class Pass for Boot Camp and a 60 Minute Personal Training Session at Advantage Conditioning ($127.50)

Hopfully you can find something you like! I will try to post these everyday, but I can't promise!

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Cochrane Mural

My cousin sent me a link for this really cool mural. It is made up of many smaller pictures, and you can click on each individual square to see the smaller painting close up!

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Hockey Tournament!

Today I played my first hockey tournament with my team! It was in Fisher Branch. It was pushed back and hour because the road were really bad. We made it there quite a bit late, and two teams didn't show up. We ended up playing 3 1/2 games. We played each team once, and lost twice and tied. Because one team left early, we played the team we tied back to back, but decided just to play half a game because we just played them. They beat us in a shootout to move on to the final game.

I had a lot of fun. I really enjoy playing with those ladies. We will probably have one last game on Thursday and that will be it for the season. I am looking forward to playing next year!

Friday, March 11, 2011


This evening I have been totally enthralled in the Tim Horton's Brier. Manitoba was playing Newfoundland & Labrador, and they JUST won and made it to the finals! Yay!

I don't watch curling very often, but when I do I get so sucked into the game I just have to watch it all. Maybe it is because I played quite a bit when I was younger, and I understand how it works! I am not, however, tempted to start playing again. I was never very good.

I might just have to watch the final game on Sunday!

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Sweet Babies

I just love puppies. They are so sweet and innocent at this age. They are so cute to watch sleep, twitching and squeaking. I love that they fall asleep in your hands, like this:

That is just the cutest thing ever! He was fast asleep.

I really try to drink this in. They grow so fast. Soon enough they will be terrorizing my house!

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Quilt #2

This is what I am working on right now! It is taking A LOT longer than the other quilt, but I should be done it in a week or so! Then both the quilts will be off to a lady in Gimli for machine quilting!

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Turkey Tuesday - Honey Mustard Turkey

This was originally a recipe for chicken, but I modified with a longer cooking time to adjust for the turkey! I usually double this recipe, especially for the sauce!

1 Turkey Breast cut into strips or cubes
1/3 cup Butter or Margarine, melted
1/3 cup Honey
2 Tbsp Mustard
1 Tsp Salt
1 Tsp Curry powder ( I usually don't like curry, but it isn't strong in this dish and it is a little bland without it!

Preheat oven to 350. Mix all ingredients for sauce together. Pour over cut up turkey in baking dish. There should be enough sauce to cover all the turkey. If not, I would make another batch of sauce. Cover baking dish with tinfoil. Bake for 2 hours or until turkey is cooked through and tender.

It is important that the turkey is cooked through AND tender. We tried it once just cooked through, and it tasted odd. We put it back in the oven for an extra hour and it was delish!

Serve over rice and with some veggies or a salad!


OK! So I joined Groupon too! Click here to join too! Today's deal is $10 for $20 at The Pancake House!

I am just so pumped about these sites!

Monday, March 07, 2011


A few weeks ago I heard of on the radio. It is a site that offers local deals for 50-90% off! I think they have new deals every 2 days ( I wish it was everyday). The other day I bought 3 bowling passes and shoe rental for $6, regular price $18! Today I bought 1 dozen mini cupcakes from The Cupcake Barista on Corydon for $7, regular $14.

You can also view the past buys, and vote on whether you would like to see them again or not! I missed some really good deals, like $10 for $20 worth of food and drink from Carlos and Murphy's, one of our favorite places to eat on Osborne! Or $15 for $30 at Hu's Asian Bistro. I mean, we would go there anyways, so why not pay half price!

I love the idea of this site. The business gets advertising and more people coming through, and we get a good deal. Sometimes it could be expensive to go out in the city, but TeamBuy makes it a lot more affordable!

They also have deals on spa packages and health/beauty stuff.... I can't wait for a good one!

Sunday, March 06, 2011

Baby Chis!

Last night my Chihuahua Paris had her babies! There are 4 girls and 2 boys. I thought she was done at 12:30 last night when she had five, but when I woke up in the morning there was one more! She has never had six before! It is quite a bit for a Chihuahua.

We had a bit of a scare this evening. She was shivering, the babies were crying a lot and she puked. So I called my friend/coworker who is a vet and she was gracious enough to meet me at the clinic. We took some x rays and ran some blood. Everything came back normal, which is good. She had a heating pad in her kennel on the way to the clinic, and the babies seem to quiet down with it. She stopped shivering when we were at the clinic. I think her and the puppies were just cold! I have the heating pad with them in there now and they are pretty content.

Saturday, March 05, 2011

New Hair

I have not had my hair cut for over 6 months, and I could tell. Not only did it look bad, but it also tangled, and I mean rats nest tangled, very easily. So today I went to get it cut and dyed! I really love the way it turned out. Plus being at the hairdresser for 3 hours is very relaxing!



Friday, March 04, 2011

BFN and Adoption

I tested yesterday, and it was negative of course. :( So I immediately started progesterone so I can convince AF to visit. My surgery is just over a month away! That is so soon.

Last night Eric and I decided that we wanted to start the adoption process. We would like to adopt from the Ukraine. We would like to adopt from there regardless of whether we have biological children. The only thing that is holding us back is the money. It is around $30,000. But I know that if this is what God wants us to do, He will provide the money.

But that doesn't mean I should just expect it to appear in my account! I plan to work for it. I know I am raffling off a quilt for youth but I would like to do one for our adoption as well, and maybe having a fund raising supper. If you have any great ideas they would be much appreciated! I am also going to add a PayPal donate button to my sidebar. Maybe that is tacky? I dunno how to do this! I just know that we can't do this without help!

Right now we are trying to get $550 together so we can send in our application. After we do that we can start working on our profiles and getting a homestudy set up! Eeeek! Even just posting this on here is making it more real! Scary, but exciting.

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Chatty's Puppies

A few weeks ago I posted an ultrasound from Chatty and a few of you wanted to see pictures! She had her puppies on February 24th. There are 3 boys and 1 girl, the girl is the almost all white one! Hopefully I will be able to get more pictures of them when they are older!

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Infertile Dreams And Other Things

I haven't talked much about infertility much on here lately. And it is not because it is at the back of my mind! I still think about it all the time, but we haven't been on any meds this month, so there is nothing much to say. And I feel like God has given me an incredible peace about it, which is a huge answer to prayer. Thank you all who have been praying for us!

We have been praying for a natural miracle this month. It is finally the end of the cycle, but I haven't tested yet. I had a positive ovulation test this month, but that just test LH which is known to be high in women with PCOS, so it could mean nothing. AF is late, but that doesn't necessarily mean anything because she hasn't shown up without medication for years! I think I will wait a few more days at least, cause I don't want to waste an expensive test! And I don't want to get my hopes too high.

Last night I had a dream that I took two pregnancy tests, and they both came up positive right away! The dream felt so real, I can remember the happiness I felt in the dream like it really happened. Dreams like that are so cruel for infertiles. That is another reason I don't want to test yet. I feel like because it was positive in the dream, it will probably be negative in real life. BUT I know that is silly to think that way!

In other news, TurboFire is going awesome! I haven't missed a day of the schedule yet! Today was my favorite workout so far. It was hard, but a lot of fun. My heart rate monitor said I burned over 1000 calories in an hour!

Today I made beef tenderloin for supper. I have never made it before, but it turned out REALLY good! We also had fresh avocado for a side dish, and it was amazing. I really enjoy avocados! I can't believe I hadn't really eaten them before this. Man, I have been missing out!

Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Turkey Tuesday - Maple Turkey Salad

I posted this several years ago, but it is one of my favorite kinds of salad so I wanted to share it again! It is so sweet and yummy, it hardly tastes healthy but it is!

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Salad Ingredients:
-8 oz salad greens, any kind
-3 oz sliced low fat/ low sodium cheddar cheese, cut into matchsticks
-1 medium tomato, cut into wedges
-8 oz cooked turkey breast, cubed, about 2 cups ( I have used deli turkey cut up, as well)
- 3 Tablespoons sunflower seed kernels

Dressing Ingredients"
-3 Tablespoons sugar free maple-flavored syrup
-1/3 cup raspberry vinegar (the best part!)
-3 Tablespoons olive oil
-1/4 teaspoon salt
-1/2 teaspoon dried basil

Layer salad ingredient into salad bowl. Shake together dressing ingredients and pour over. Toss to coat well and serve immediately. Makes 3 main dish servings. (But I could eat it all myself)

Per Serving:

Calories: 381
Fat: 26.5 g
Saturated Fat: 8.5 g
Protien: 22 g
Carbohydrates: 13 g
Fiber: 2 g
Cholesterol: 63 mg
Sodium: 700 mg
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