5 Foods That Melt Away The Fat

Happy Fourth of July! I hope you have some fantastic plans. I know my kids and I will do all that we can to put as much fun into this weekend as we possibly can. We may visit the Cherry Creek Arts Festival. We will be seeing the HUGE fireworks display at the Colorado Rockies game. We may even make it to Keystone or Frisco to see the fireworks over Lake Dillon! Whatever you choose to do crockpot chicken tacos enchilada sauce your family enjoy the time together and remember we live in an AMAZING country.

Here is what the diet plan usually consists of. In the mornings a typical meal would be two egg whites, baked vegetables, and baked black beans. For lunch I would do the same with some lean crockpot shredded chicken, and for dinner I would substitute this for fish or etc. Vegetarians would have to rely on beans and vegetables.



In a large bowl mix the mint, green onions, cilantro, Serrano chili,red pepper, and peanuts with the shredded chicken. Add a dash of salt and pepper to taste.

My sampler included the recently released Cherry Zoltar, Red Molly, Hoptopus and of course since it was Firkin Friday, the ZIPA. Let me start right there. Barley's website states that they have brewed over a dozen IPAs. That is evident as ZIPA is a refreshing IPA that welcomes summer in a glass. If you're looking for a hop-tastic craft beer, this is your huckleberry. Brewed with honey, the citrus aspect of this craft beer really hits your nose before the first sip, after which the hops come rushing back to linger pleasantly on your palate.

New studies are revealing that picky eating may be genetic, at least in part. They also suggest that it is perfectly normal for a person of any age to be reticent about eating something new. Repeated exposure to the new food is the key. It may take between five to fourteen days for a new food to be accepted, even when the new food is provided on a daily basis.

Our server, Jeanne, quickly brought our beverages--the menu offers a full bar, but we opted for Big Ed's birch beer--and a basket of bread. These halved, toasted, small dinner rolls are drenched in garlic butter, and the server will bring refills upon request. We ordered from the all-you-can-eat menu: the "pulled combo" (pulled baby back ribs and pulled chicken, $13.99 at lunch) for me and baby back ribs ($12.99 at lunch, $18.99 at dinner) for the rest of my family. The all-you-can-eat portion costs only slightly more than the no-refills rack of ribs, so for most hungry diners, it's worth ordering.

Water is another home remedy for the flu that you desperately need. Stay away from alcohol and caffeine. Drinks like ginger ale and water are the best ways to stay hydrated but still be able to get fluids into your system.

Chicken and pesto is another remarkable combination. Grilled chicken with pesto sauce drizzled over it is very flavorful and filling. Also sometimes when I make pasta I will add boiled shredded chicken then add the pesto. I do this to balance out the protein with the carbohydrates.