Day 2

Woke up feeling sluggish and overheated. I just couldn’t get comfy last night and was either too hot or there was a draft so I donned my Beast Mode shirt for inspiration ❤️.

We started today with Sumatra and Kerry Gold. Barely scratched out enough grounds for each of us to have a full cup (apparently my coffee pot calls one of my cups 2 actual cups **WTCup).

My hands are Uber swollen. Hardly got my rings off, normally they’re spinning around my fingers. Hmmmm….we have a super busy day and all I want is another cuppa. Have zero food plans and hope that doesn’t bite me in the ass today.

15 hour fast today and broken it with smoked cheddar and some salami on a quick drive by to Aldi. + Hard boiled egg and a few sips of coffee

Small palm full of frozen pecans and a 3 egg bowl of egg salad (mayo, mustard, salt, pepper, dill and ground chili peppers).

We are off to a meeting at a coffee shop….it’s not Starbucks so the dilemma…can I have a coffee? Our challenge was ONLY not Starbucks for a week. Does coffee tasting with a potential partner count as cheating…?¿

-I opted to drink the shot of espresso offered to me without guilt and it was amazing! We came home after a 2 hour business meeting and I could EAT A HORSE. Jessi is working on dinner while I’m doing school. Her first attempt at food just went down the garbage disposal…now we are debating on where if anywhere we could eat out. Nope! Going to scavenge the fridge. I’ll report back with whatever hodgepodge we assemble LMAO

Dinner from the fridge tonight: keto bagel dry toasted, one half with an all beef, uncured Aldi hotdog, Batch No 2 mustard and cooked cabbage. The other bagel half is reheated crab cake, home made tartar sauce with skillet fried celery and a side of guac.

#donefortheday

#keto42

Delicious Celebrations

Today was such a great day as we got to make these delicious Keto Cakes for a client’s birthday! We love being a part of our customer’s lives, and we really love being a part of their celebrations.

In a way, it makes me feel connected to Small Town America, in a time when people knew their baker and their grocer and their seamstress. It’s part of our roots, and being able to make these custom orders makes us feel truly and deeply connected in that way.

The cakes turned out so great, we ended up making some for the house. #Guilty !!!

They tasted like a Ding Dong with a twinkie style filling…. um, yum.