I really need to get more things on here other than my weight loss, but I have been so busy. I'll get back on target with the blender and Unreal Engine development since I have finally started production on game design. I'm going to go as far as I can by myself working on this game since others that I have talked to about joining me have a different ideas of how things should be done. As far as I am concerned, at this point, the project is mine and as people start seeing it unfold I am pretty certain people will request to help.
This week was a good week in weight lost. I lost a total of 4 pounds. I haven't eaten out at all, I've dropped just about all soda; I have one every now and then but for the most part no more diet soda. Lots of vegetables, fruit and water. Weight watchers is working for me pretty well. I still haven't kicked in the exercise because I am losing too fast. I need to balance my eating. My new weight watchers points is 58, down from 61 when I first started and quite honestly the 58 points is still too much. I like to eat, but 58 points a day is a LOT of food. I'm still averaging 32 points a day and I do not feel hungry. It's time to get ready for work. Next week I plan on being around 302, but if I get out of the 300's I will be happy.
Weight: 304 lbs
Here is a simple stuffed jalapeno recipe I came up with. It came out pretty good. The only thing I think I would probably add would be maybe some pine nuts. To the nay sayers - jalapenos lose their heat when they are cooked and become very tasty so don't be afraid to try it.
1 lbs Jennie-O Lean Ground Turkey, at room temperature
1 box Kraft Light Cream Cheese, at room temperature
1/4 Cup Bread Crumbs
1/4 Cup Parmesan Cheese
1/2 tsp Salt
1/2 Tsp Pepper
About 15 jalapenos
(Try adding pine nuts to the mixture)
Mix everything together into a meaty paste and resist the impulse to taste it because the turkey meat is uncooked.
Cut the jalapenos length wise and remove the guts. Stuff the jalapenos liberally with the mixture. Place on a greased cookie sheet and stick into an oven set at 425 degrees for 30 minutes. Enjoy.
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