First off, congrats to email entry Laura! You’re the winner of the $25 gift card! Laura’s one item she can’t live without:
“I can’t live without Pepsi Max. But I’ll take DC in a pinch ;)”
I literally laughed out loud in front of a store full of customers when I read that! Lady after my own heart
Today was a great day! Parrish and I somehow managed to wake up bright and early at 7am…I know right? So we hopped up, brewed coffee, and took Max to the dog park.
Afterwards, I took Parrish to see a house on the market that I saw yesterday and really liked. Luckily, he liked it to! So…on to the next step! It’s so hard though, because there are SO many awesome houses out there and they’re at amazing prices in our area.
After house hunting, I had to go to work for a few hours. In all honesty, I didn’t mind one bit. I was dreading work yesterday, but today the sun was shining…and the customers were friendly. It was a great day. And I pretty much spent every free moment planning my grocery list and thinking about supper.
Artichoke, Olive, and Roasted Chicken White Pizza (Gluten Free of course!)
This recipe was totally inspired by a really good deal-
Every Sunday, Harris Teeter Rotisserie Chicken are $2 dollars off! I have to say though, that it took many, many emails with upper management to ensure that the ‘flavorings’ are gluten free. I know it’s never bothered me, but I’ve learned from past experiences, ALWAYS CHECK!
The last time I prepared the 365 Gluten Free Pizza Mix, I rolled four dough balls and stored them in the freezer. Friday night, I placed one of the frozen balls in the fridge, and that’s what I used for supper tonight. I topped the dough with olive oil, garlic, roasted chicken, artichoke, olives, and low fat mozzarella – baked in the oven at 450 degrees for 20 minutes. To top it off I used my current condiment obsession:
That’s right ya’ll :) Gluten Free Wing Sauce. Spicy, Tangy, Delicious
So good. And leftovers for lunch tomorrow! Sweet!…I mean Spicy!
Do you guys find that being a blogger/blog reader/foodie make you more vulnerable to food impulse buys?
I do! Coconut Water was NOT on my shopping list. But after reading Allie’s review, my interest was peaked. So I snagged this guys that was on sale. I’ll let you know!
I also bought a new juice that I had a coupon for:
I’m thinking about adding it to my green monster tomorrow morning. Let’s hope it’s not a FAIL.
I also picked up a necessary evil to help me kick my Diet Coke habit:
La Crack Croix. Luckily it was on sale at Kroger! I can go through a 12 pack of Croix in a day. But I’m hoping the bubbles will help my DC cravings.
Alright, I’m off to watch the rest of Minute to Win It. So far I’m loving this show! Parrish and I have already started practicing one of the games!
In this game, the contestant must blow all the cards off of the bottle BUT leave the last card on the bottle! (Which is the joker) It’s SO hard! Good thing I believe in the Possimpible.