"Never Trust a skinny chef" has been my moto for many years.
Why do you tink I have a Sage leaf instead of a photo?
truth be told-- I wish Iw asn't so trustworthy...
Okay 2 kiddos and a job where I get paid to eat- not too much too complain about. . Who ever thought I'd get paid to eat and spot trends- WOW-- even better than what I thought back in the days of cooking school.. Not a bad living, just bad on the gallbladder.
No wonder they had to remove the darn thing.
Sounds fairly undignified from my mouth to this blog but I've been dying to write about my journey- no my food divorce/nightmare- aka the weight loss trials and tribulations of a fat foodie trying to shed a few kilos.
I've lost 15 # so far-- yee haw only 60 or 70 pounds to go...
For those of you who know me... I eat to live. Food is my favorite sport. Shopping too- but I am trying to hold off on that for a while so I can pay the mortgage during this so-called recession.
My coworkers- and a few buziness personality tests-- have shared that I rank very high in teh charecterists "urgency". As in "I want it now... everything now..." So after a few decades of decadence-- and now almost 3 weeks of dieting and working out-- i want my body to majocally morph back into what I looked like a young bright eyed restauant chef.. before kids.. before R&D jobs, long lingering 5 star dinenrs and consulting/traveling the world looking for the enxt edible trend,... Lipo (instead of calgon) take me away....
How about you all-- fine foodies out there in the global universe. what are your weight loss tips and tips? Or please share some of your own neurosis on the subject.
Life is delicous (especially when one is counting each calorie),
Kathleen aka K2