I can say that I am personally keeping Band-Aid in business here recently with Whole 30. I do so much chopping with my knife that I have literally gone through a whole box of band aids in the last 3 weeks. It makes me madder and madder every time I do it. It’s like when you bite your cheek and you try so hard not to do it, but you end up doing it anyway…..that’s how I feel every time I slice my finger.
Anywho….for breakfast Kai and I had egg muffins again along with our shake. For lunch we had the chicken thighs I roasted at the beginning of the week. I can’t speak highly enough of how delicious chicken thighs are. Especially the ones I just bought from Costco. We bough the fresh bone in with skin on and they are so juicy! I just sprinkle them pretty heavily with salt, pepper, and garlic powder and roast them on 400 degrees for 30 minutes. Such a simple, delicious meal. They are also good for a quick snack or for breakfast if you want. I also had some fruit and some leftover asparagus as well. For dinner I made this chicken. I have really enjoyed most of the recipes from this blog, but I wasn’t a big fan of this one for two reasons, one of them being my fault. The first thing, I let it brine it too long and it was too salty for my taste. Also, I have decided after I made this chicken and from when I made broccoli soup last week….I do not like Curry Powder. It really is just too heavy a spice and I feel like it overtakes the taste of all the other spices. Zach hit it right on the head when he said it’s like making a suicide drink where you mix all the different sodas together. If you accidently put root beer in there then the whole drink tastes like root beer. So needless to say, I was a bit disappointed in the chicken. If you like curry powder then you will most definitely like this chicken. Now, the SAUCE though….wow!! The sauce was amazing. I actually forgot about it for dinner so we didn’t eat it. I did eat it today for lunch, but more on that tomorrow. Definitely make the sauce and as Melissa says on her blog “Inhale and rejoice that you have a nose”. I also made sweet potatoes and green beans. I think Zach is getting a little tired of sweet potatoes :). Picture below is us eating dinner outside on the picnic table Zach made. He is so talented!