Share your dinner (plus comments from our favorite Nutritionist)


#162

We don’t only eat hard core carbs!! This is balanced with roots and veg. So this stash will last months.


#163

It’s snowing in Minneapolis today when only a few flurries were in the forecast. So lunch called for some comfort food!

This is our homemade vegan version of mac and cheese:

Whole wheat macaroni noodles, homemade cashew cheese, homemade “sausage” patties crumbled up (oats, flax, chia, nutritional yeast and lots of herbs and spices), kale and green pepper. Yum


#164

Afternoon all. Despite my various jokes about Scottish diet … I actually don’t eat haggis very often …
one of the favourite lunches (when available) is a like of salads things with some chicken …
nice on a day off from the bike today to get some more good stuff in on top of this morning porridge.
That’s some Asian Slaw, peppers, beetroot (not juiced), carrots, jalapeños, and I thinks that’s it.
Edit: forgot the tomatoes.


#165

And today’s lunch went so fast it’s empty …
Green lentil daal with more turmeric, ginger and garlic than anyone could ever hope for. Happy days


#166

That’s my kind of food!


#167

Cold and damp weather calls for stew - threw some bits of chicken, veggies and beans in a pan with the hope it would turn into something tasty while I did my workout


#168

2 degrees and rain here. I didn’t ride outside, but the weather got into my psyche last night and I also made stew. I ate it at 10:30 am, lol. Right after “pick up the pace.” Anyway, here it is. The beautiful bowl was hand-crafted by one of the nicest guys on Zwift , Don Saroff.


#169

That looks super scrumpy and I love the bowl.


#170

@Coach_Ian. Once again, I had to take one for the team. This was after our metric century today. It was below 50 degrees for the whole ride, so we figured we earned it.


#171

That looks tasty, but you had to suffer to get it.


#172

I finally have a dinner healthy enough to post.

It is a zucchini and squash noodle pasta with an avocado pesto and shrimp. It has garlic, cilantro, basil, lemon juice, a little olive oil, avocado, chopped pecans and a bit of chopped zucchini. Yummy.

It is my wife’s concoction, so I cannot take credit for this one.


#173

Some awesome nourishing warm foods going on here!!


#174

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This was too good not to share. Pulled pork with black beans, red cabbage slaw, tomato/avocado garlicky guac on a bed of brown rice, topped with cilantro. I made a double batch to make extra bowls to take along while traveling the next few days. Great for leftovers too.


#175

mega awesome!!!


#176

both of those look great! (starting to look up recipes)


#177


#178

I think there was something about post workout meals somewhere. This is my easy go-to. I had it after finishing the progressive accelerations II.
Berries, high protein yogurt, and muesli.


#179

looks great, you could add some nuts or ground seeds.but nothing wrong with this!!


#180

This is the “Really Nutty Muesli” from Dorset Cereals. It’s about 40% nuts. I don’t know if you’re aware of this company, but it’s owned by Prince Charles, who I think is 100% nuts.


#181

super simple homemade beetroot soup to warm and nourish on a cold, wet day.