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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Week 2,day 9, no nap day.

First the chalupa and bean dip recipe:
Grab the keys to your car, start car, drive to nearest Taco Bell, order Chalupas and bean dip, pay $7.70 at the drive thru, drive home, slam food! Oh you mean the EFL style recipe!
Grab the keys, drive to the grocery and pic up these items:
1 lb of lean ground meat 97% lean, or ground turkey or chicken,
1 15.5 oz can of beans, kidney, navy or black,
1 15.5 oz can of tomatoes and green chilis
1 bag of ff or lf cheddar(everythings better w/ cheddar)
1 bag or head of lettuce
1 onion
1 package of taco seasoning
1 little old tub of ff or lf sour cream
1 loaf of ww pita bread, my bag has six frisbee size pitas in it.
1 jar of picante sauce

Go home and brown the meat, add the seasoning and a little chili powder to taste.
Dice up onion and lettuce and put on a paper plate(our finest china)
Cut up the pita into Dorito size chips and put a couple of whole ones on a cookie sheet and put in oven for ten minutes at 350 degrees or until chips are hard.
Take the can of beans and tomatoe and chilis and drain excess liquid and put into a blender, and blend to the texture you desire. This will serve to dip the chips in and I also like a tablespoon or so on my chalupa.
When everything is done cooking take a whole pita and spread a tablespoon of the bean dip on
it , on that add your meat, 4 oz if you are getting lean 8 oz for muscle gain,lol then top that off with lettuce, onion, cheese, picante and Susan likes the lf sour crap, I mean cream,lol. So that's about it. Some people like cilantro and an extra bite in the dip i.e. cayenne or jalapeno, but Susan's from up north so I had to tone it down. Enjoy!
Got up at 0800 and went to Lowe's to exchange a sprayer, got home and sprayed Roundup for an hour, mowed and cleaned mowers for 3 hours, fed animals, changed papers in the bird cages, and cooked dinner before I went to work, which is where I'm at until 0500.
Oh and the most important part:
The workout:
Warm up Bench press, 10, 8, 5, 3 reps at 100, 100, 135, 145 lbs
The real bench press: 8,8,6,6 reps at 170, 170, 190, 190 lbs
Icline press: 8,8,6 reps at 150, 150, 160 lbs
Dumbbell pullover 10,10,8 reps at 70 lbs
And then we finished it off with ab boot camp for a total of a 42 minute workout.
I wasn't hurting until a few minutes ago and now I'm getting sore, or is it that warm tingly sensation one gets for a job well done, either one's good for me.
And remember OGR (OLD GUYS RULE!) Y'all have a great one,
Troy. Chow line totals: 2932 cals at 43p/37c/20f.


  • At 7:06 PM, Blogger Jess said…

    Sounds YUMMY!

  • At 10:17 PM, Blogger Melanie said…

    You make me tired after reading all the stuff you do :P No, I'm not hiding, silly.

  • At 7:30 AM, Blogger Big Mofo said…

    That recipe sounds excellent !!!!!!!

  • At 10:16 AM, Blogger Supergirl said…

    Mmmmmmm. :) I know I ALWAYS say this and sound like a broken record but damn you're funny! I love it! :)

  • At 11:46 AM, Blogger Rod the Bod said…

    The food sounds great, and congrats on your workout, you are kicking some ass baby.

    I too agree, old guys rule!!!!!

  • At 1:10 PM, Blogger coco said…

    yum! i've been on a turkey meat taco kick. i love the word "fucksticks." never heard it, but am making a mental note to include it in my next conversation. you sound like you're really kicking ace! good job!


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