Dinner

Friday night, I made fish tacos for dinner with roomie. We’ve been going out to eat a lot during the weekend so we decided to make one of our favorite dinners. Mangos were on sale for 50 cents at Whole Foods which inspired the meal. For the salsa, I chopped up 2 mangos, 1/4 cup […]

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Looking to make a Superbowl recipe that honors a team playing in the game? Try my healthy, baked Maryland Crab Cake recipe. Baltimore, as you know by now, will be facing off against the San Fransisco 49’ers next Sunday. Even though they beat my beloved Patriots, I’m going to cheer for Joe Flacco who is […]

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Earlier this week, I made a healthy “risotto” recipe using quinoa and roasted butternut squash. I invited my dad and sister to come over for dinner and was excited to make something using the ingredients I bought at the local Farmers Market. Naturally, I gravitate towards the foods I know I love, Brussels sprouts and […]

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Looking for a healthy and affordable recipe to make on Sunday for dinner during a busy week? This healthy turkey meatloaf recipe uses ground turkey, oatmeal and a variety of spices for a flavorful dish. It is one of my most popular blog posts here on SarahFit.com so I decided to make it into a […]

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I think I finally mastered the perfect baked sweet potato french fry recipe. It’s simple and delicious. There is one ingredient that I found to season them perfectly. ONE. I like them crispy, slightly burned with a kick. To achieve this, preheat your oven at 400F. Next, slice up the sweet potatoes with the skin […]

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Tonight’s dinner was an exciting change from the boring rut I’ve been in lately. I made Spicy Orange Chicken Skewers and my mom made a delicious cauliflower side that taste like a nutty rice pilaf without the carbs! Seriously, it was delicious and I can’t believe I haven’t tried it before. For the chicken, I […]

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Moving: The Workout

August 1, 2012 · 2 comments

“Just think of it as a workout. The quicker you go, the more calories you’ll burn and sooner you will finish.” Roomie suggested this to me on Sunday while packing up our apartment. I was terrible at packing but once it was all boxed up, I turned into this turbo charged lady. On Monday, our […]

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Cucumbers were on sale this week at Trader Joe’s. Oh wait… they don’t have sales. They just randomly have new items for a limited time and if it’s produce, it’s probably in season or something. So, yeah. I bought one for 60 cents and decided to explore for a simple way to prepare it instead […]

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Eating in season is the most simple way to save money and eat locally. Zucchini, bell peppers and summer squash can be found for less than $1/lb, corn on the cobb at 50 cents or less an ear, and fruit just tastes better! Blueberries, strawberries and pineapple are all reasonably priced as well. However, when […]

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Last night, I brought back my signature go to dinner during the summer. We are lucky to have an outdoor patio where we live and so I feel obligated to take advantage of our grill. On the menu was grilled zucchini and summer, 1/2 an ear of corn, and 4 oz of grilled chicken. Yes, […]

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