I woke up cranky with a headache and that feeling lingered all day. Well along with the fear of an ear infection! I think she sensed that her parents wouldn't be able to cope with one more sickness! Luckily my parents are getting her in a few days so I'm sure we won't have a fever in the next month, but probably promply following their departure! Murphy's law
Monday I could simply not wake up. I managed to motivate to do a bike workout but my legs were so tired that it resulted in one of the most pathetic session in my training history!
The highlight of that evening was watching Serenity once more which was awesome if only the movie could have been shorter! We were in bed at 11:3opm and well 6:30 came only too fast.
Today wasn't as bad as yesterday but the energy level didn't quite reach the required quota to tackle a 6x0.5M interval on the treadmill. Instead I did a strength workout which left me unsatisfied will need to rework that routine.
I'm falling asleep as I'm writing this post so let me wrap it up with a recipe...
To get back on our healthier habit I decided that tonight would be soup night. Today's flavor Potato Leek soup and since I've been craving biscuit I decided to try to make cheesy biscuits. Tada I even have a picture today ;)
- 4 potatoes
- 3 leeks (if you like it more potatoy than leeky replace a leek by a potato)
- bacon (totally optional, it is how I get my husband to tolerate my vegetable soups). I get the thicker kind with the least amount of fat. I was very pleased with today's choice.
- 1 cube or packet of chicken bouillon
- 1 tbsp of butter.
- In a pot, saute de bacon until crispy
- Remove the liquid fat but leave the bits of crispy thingy
- Add the butter and Saute the sliced leek until tender (you can use olive oil instead of butter)
- Add the quatered/peeled potato
- Add the chicken bouillon
- Cover with water
- Let simmer until potatoes are tender
- Puree in a blender
For the biscuits since I haven't found Urban Solace Cheesy biscuit recipe I settled for Red Lobster one courtesy of the "Cooking Photographer".
I was a bit taken aback when I saw that instead of butter the recipe called for vegetable oil.
The result was pretty good not quite as decadent at the one served at either restaurant but quite delicious still.
On this note I will jump into bed fall into a blissful sleep and hope that tomorrow morning will find me more rested! one can hope.