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lunch today was an easy recipe i turn to often!


my turkey burgers (wrapped in a WW pita) include 1/4 lb 99% fat free turkey, a tbsp of mustard, some chopped onions, chopped mushrooms, and bits of kale smashed together. i fry it in EVOO for a few seconds on each side to brown, and then pop it in the oven at 375 for 25 minutes or so.

gobbley goodness:

on the side i had some baked sweet potato rounds with a sprinkle of ketchup, and some sugar snap peas with almonds.

say hello to the leaning tower of satiety!

{ 7 comments }

 

  • Heather May 11, 2010, 1:44 pm

    satiety is such a great word.

    also. i am now planning on going through your posts and looking at all your yummy recipes. I feel your early non-vegetarian items will be a fun addition to my recipe box.

    and you will get lots of page views from me.
    be not alarmed. i am not stalking you.
    well… i’m not REALLY stalking you.
    but reading all of your posts starting back in July of 2008…that does seem rather “creeper” of me, right?

    trust me. it’s not.
    it’s like that time I read Jen Lancasters 4th book first, then went back and read the others.
    right?

    [just say, right, so that i stop over analyzing this, k? k. good.]

    • caitlin May 11, 2010, 2:09 pm

      i love how you’re my only comment on this post, and i didn’t capitalize anything.

    • Jenny August 15, 2010, 10:34 pm

      I’m totally doing the same thing right now. Page views didn’t even occur to me. I’m not stalking you either, Caitlin.

      • Heather August 16, 2010, 7:38 pm

        page views are a GOOD THING – that’s how our favorite bloggers make the big bucks šŸ˜‰

        • caitlin August 16, 2010, 9:14 pm

          hahah thanks guys.

  • Evan Thomas June 25, 2010, 7:22 pm

    I didn’t know you weren’t veg when this blog started out(and now Heather’s not the only comment on this post. See! Your popular :-))

    • caitlin June 25, 2010, 11:43 pm

      i had comments hehe šŸ™‚ when i transfer my blog over, i lost everything. it was so sad.

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