Steve’s Italian Chili Cheese Dog Casserole

Not politics, but still my blog.  This recipe was hodge-podged of leftovers from the fridge today.  Fairly low carb, low calorie.  Just wanted to share.

Preheat oven to 350F.

Spread 1.5 to 2 cups of broccoli pieces around a pie shaped casserole dish.  (60 Calories). broccoli-small

Randomly spoon 250grams of Stagg Chili around on top of the broccoli. (260 Calories) chili-small

Cut up left over Kirkland Hot Dog and scatter around in the chili. (170 Calories) hotdog-small

Spoon half a cup of leftover tomato sauce around the dish. (45 Calories) tomatosauce-small

Spread one ounce (30g) of Kraft Mexicasa shredded cheese all over the dish. (110 Calories)

Bake in oven for 20 minutes.

While baking, I made some cole slaw (250 Grams of three colour premixed cole slaw, and 2 table spoons of Kraft fat free Italian dressing) (I prefer the oil based cole slaw to creamy cole slaw) – (85 Calories total) cheese-small

Makes two servings.

Calories per serving -365 Final-small




One Reason I Love Science and the Freedom to Choose What I Eat

I came across this photo via facebook.

2 Year Old Burgers and Fries
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It’s a picture of 2 year old hamburgers and fries from four different fast food places. The caption reads

“Our fast “food” display is now 2 years old. The word food is questionable, since the bread-like and meat-like substances have not molded or spoiled in any way. Bugs won’t even bother with it. Please think twice about giving this to your kids. You have a choice, but they don’t. We truly are what we eat.”

So let me get this straight. It never rots. It never moulds. It provides calories we can convert to energy. It tastes good to humans. And it is NOT appealing to the common fly. A creature that breeds on and eats manure.

I personally think science may have developed the perfect food!!

I Am OfficiallyHungry

Today I expanded the Officiallyblanked empire. I am now OfficiallyScrewed AND OfficiallyHungry.

Many of you who know me know that I have struggled with my weight for years. Well I am now “officially” on the road to slim. Many people are asking me how I am doing it. The simple answer is low sugar low carb, lots of water and veggies and several regular meals and snacks all including protein of some kind. And then the all important exercise which is tantamount to any weight loss program.

So come join my journey. You might find you like the food I get to eat. You might also be surprised to know I have lost 40 lbs on this diet.

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