You got a goal weight?
I thought this book was "The Kyan Twins and The Missing Goal Weight."
Chipotle is my favorite road food. My son doesn't say a dang thing, too busy eating my tortilla. That spicy steak is something I'd like to learn how to cook.
Honestly I hardly eat out anymore. Where I'm living it's just chain chain chain.
I go to red lobster of all places, when I visit my dad. The man used to eat well and has turned me on to many good steak houses (Ruth's Chris, in Atlanta omg) and now he's all "let's go to Olive Garden" I think his taste buds wore out.
I've always thought of red lobster as a nasty place. But it turns out they CAN boil crab legs without poisoning people. And the broccoli is good with lemon, firm and very dark green and really pretty tasty which makes me suspicious too, but the waiters say "it's just broccoli".
There is BW3 right in my face almost every day. And I've never been tempted. Not with Five Guys Burgers and Fries right there next to it.
Kyan, I was thinking about you on my way to sleep last night. About the mountain oysters and the no good feta. I always pictured Colorado as being all ski-lifts, and people trying to get their minds right with little pieces of quartz, and big glass A-frame houses full of nice beams, and movie stars, and UGGs boots, and grizzly bears and, of course, Yoga. But movie stars in ugg boots go hand in hand with fancy cheese stores, and I bet Kurt and Goldie don't eat those ball things. There must be two parts to Colorado. So then I got to thinking about abandoned mines, and the words "gulch" and "ghost town". Which part do you live in? Ugg's or Gulch?
If I can't have too many truffles, I'll do without truffles. ~Colette