Today is the day! It’s time for @cochon555’s Seattle event! Join us this his afternoon as @scoutpnw’s Chef Derek Simcik and Chef Josh Henderson of @huxleywallace compete and cook with the best of Seattle, while @thenestseattle’s Beverage Manager, Silas Manlove, pours with ‘em. We'll be there today live posting, so stay tuned.
🤷🏼♀️🤷🏻♂️When you can't decide if you want pasta or a grilled cheese for lunch.. Nothing else to do but a sandwich with spaghetti bolognese, mozzarella, cheddar and cherry tomatoes and throw it in the oven for a few!
Hitting all the right spots 🤤
Perfect when you have some meat sauce leftovers🤗
Bún Bò Húê (Vietnamese Spicy Beef Noodle)
Mama Nguyen makes the best BBH!
Staying on the Isle of Mull tonight and have had a long day of driving around and hiking up large hills!⛴⛰
Dinner tonight was chicken with peppercorn sauce, new potatoes & veg 🥕🥔
More exploring Mull tomorrow then back home!
Cheers to warm days and smoothies! --
I eat about 5 meals a day. Some days 5 full meals, some days 3 meals and 2 snacks (including smoothies ) just depending how my appetite is that day. Our thermogenic potential is our ability to burn calories sufficiently as our metabolic rate increases. As we get older, our metabolic rate drops every year. The good news is that when we eat more frequently throughout the day of the right foods, we have a change in our metabolic rate and a greater expenditure on the calories we consume (as well as a more stabilized blood sugar). What does this all mean? Our body works with us to utilize the calories we ate. Our body produces heat (hence -thermo) in order to digest our food. This why you hear people say “burning calories" when speaking of the effect of digestion or getting hot when exercising! The point: Eat better, not less for optimal health!