Yo….Linda B. This here post is for you. You asked for it, you got it, Toyota.
Does anyone remember that old slogan from Toyota automobiles? “You asked for it; you got it. Toyota.” In the mid 70’s to early 80’s when I was in college, we turned that slogan into a sort of humorous slang expression. Generally we would just shorten it to, “You got it, toyota.”
We were such a clever generation.
Anyway, hi everyone! Yawn, stretch. I think that I am finally back to blogging. Yes, I had said that would be back last week. Obviously that didn’t happen. I had almost forgotten how much time it takes to put a post together. No wonder I needed/took a break. Sheesh. And since I don’t make a single penny off of this blog, it definitely falls into the hobby “I do it because I love it” category.
Back to the recipe and the reason for this recipe. A co-worker, the afore mentioned Linda B., has been asking me to post something healthy. Linda is a crazy, exercising, marathoner who tirelessly encourages the rest of us to treat our bodies better. She’s right, of course. You should see her eight pack.
No, wait a minute…I think that was just a picture that Linda was showing us of some insane woman on Pinterest with like 0.0000001% body fat. An anomaly. A genetic miscreant of womanhood. She betrays us all. (The Pinterest woman, not Linda.)
Despite that obvious betrayal, we could all do better with what we eat. Linda is always reminding us to do better, to be better, to get as much healthy mileage out of our bodies as possible. We can’t always be “good”, but we can almost always be better. A very wise man, Gordan B. Hinkley, used to remind the people of our Church to “work a little harder to be a little better.” I can do that and so can you. Little by little. Hence, today’s recipe.
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