This lady that works for me has a home-grown garden and every now and again when the weather cooperates, she brings me fresh herbs and veggies from it.
She recently gave me a bunch of tomatoes and eggplants and I gotta tell you, even though I already buy organic, home-garden veggies are the shit.
I think singing to them makes the difference.
Anywhoo dee whooo,
I was inspired to put this mash-up together from a picture I saw on StumbleUpon a few months ago.
You guys probably can’t tell but I’ve been eating like a fat kid lately.
You know how it is when you work out consistently for a while, start to see some results, linger a little too long in front of that mirror, you feel good about yourself.
Then you get all cocky with it like;
“Meh, I can eat this. I’ll just burn it off tomorrow. Yeah… excuse me…excuse me, miss…? Yeah, I’ll take 2 of those. Thanks.”
Do this 4 or 5 times, don’t edit your workout routine, start to grow a little budda belly…
Now when you get in front of the mirror, shit don’t look so good.
Now you gotta suck it in.
Now you’re thinking twice about wearing that body-hugging dress.
Now all you want to wear is high-waist shit.
Stuff that goes over the belly.
I’m almost at this point people.
I’m not wheezing up stairs yet but I realize I gotta pull back on my care-freeness.
Dial down a bit on the drinks.
You know the drill.
So in keeping with my back-on-track momentum, I created this dish.
It’s super healthy, contains made-with-love tomatoes and that yummy avocado I’ve been shoving down your throats for the last 2 weeks.
Avocado Pizza with Tomatoes & A Fried Egg
What I Used
1 Avocado (peeled & seeded). 1 whole grain Pita Bread. 1 large Tomato. 1 Egg. Salt. Pepper. Crushed Red Pepper (optional).
What I Did
Peel & seed the avocado.
Add to a bowl or mortar.
Shake in salt, pepper & crushed red pepper.
Mash until you’re comfortable with the texture.
Adjust seasoning to taste.
Season lightly with salt & crushed pepper.
Spread avocado on Pita bread.
Place tomato slices on avocado spread.
Fry an egg.
Place it in center of tomato.