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Day One Hundred Fifty-One

July 22nd, 2016 at 05:54 am

Calories: 1489

The first super-hot day out of four went pretty well. I went to the gym, then came home and made a delicious meal on top of the stove. "Beach chicken," which I've always made in the oven. (If you're curious, it is boneless chicken breasts topped with layers of onion slices and lemon slices, then dabbled with ketchup and brown sugar. I've done it with pork chops, too. When it bakes in the oven, the toppings cook down to make a barbecue-like sauce.)

This time, I sauteed the chicken breasts in a frying pan, and chopped up the onions and lemons and sauteed them in the ketchup-brown sugar (and a little water) in a separate pan. When both were done, I put them together. So good. And even though it sounds high-calorie, if you go light on the ketchup and brown sugar, it is not bad at all.

There were two chicken breasts left over, so I cubed them and stirred them into the leftover sauce and then put in the fridge. I'll serve it over rice to make a couple more meals. It may even stretch to three.

Late afternoon I went to Tae Kwan Do. My grandson earned two stripes on his belt, which was a cause for great celebration! We went out to dinner to celebrate that, and also the end of GS1's baseball season. I behaved myself and ordered a salad with chicken. I set aside all the chicken strips to take home; I'll make chicken salad out of those. I contributed $20 to the bill.

My variables spending is now 85% with only five days to go. But that doesn't count what the window-washing will cost, which I'll take out of next month's budget.

Today I'm meeting with the personal trainer; then I'll spend the rest of the day relaxing and trying to stay cool!

3 Responses to “Day One Hundred Fifty-One”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    Your chicken dish sounds delicious.

  2. ceejay74 Says:

    Mmm, that reminds me of katsu sauce, which I just discovered (I put it over breaded fried mock duck). Much less healthy than yours but just as easy:

    Ingredients:
    1/3 cup of ketchup
    1/4 cup of shoyu or soy sauce
    1/4 cup of sugar
    2 teaspoons of Worcestershire sauce
    1/4 teaspoon of red pepper (ground or crushed)
    Instructions:
    Mix together and bring the mixture to a boil.
    Serve on side as a dip for chicken or lightly spooned over chicken.

  3. CB in the City Says:

    MMMmmmm, sounds delicious, Ceejay!

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