Let's start off with why I severely dislike Zhu Zhu pets. Seriously, I knew this was coming and I did nothing to stop it, so it' my fault. Here, I'll show you in pictures.
Step 2: Dip the tomatoes in buttermilk and then cornbread. Place in frying pan that is filled with canola oil and season with pepper. Fry the tomatoes slowly over medium heat until golden brown, then flip. Cook until the tomatoes are tender. It took about 15 minutes total for us.
NOTE: Do not cook too fast on too high of heat or you will have hard tomatoes with burnt breading!!!
Enjoy your tangy fried green tomatoes!
Body Back Update:
Right after a recipe of fried food. Sure, why not?!?
I am in week seven of Body Back and proud to say that I have attended every class (in various scheduling conflicts) except for one (due to the wedding). I have had health issues along the way and have had to cut the travel class, completing two circuit classes per week.
I am happy to say that I am eating better (despite the fried green tomatoes) by eating breakfast, lunch and dinner (most of the time) with two snacks per day. I am also drinking tons of water.
I haven't really lost or gained weight but I am definitely feeling stronger and looking more toned, mostly in my thighs, upper arms and butt (thank goodness!!!)
Bikini ready for the July Keys trip? Not quite, but I'm definitely getting there!
P.S. - I really like this gliding disk things. Though I just used these in our class today. So, tomorrow, I may be cursing them.
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