Friday, July 10, 2015

Betty MacDonald and Betty MacDonald fan club breakfast


Betty MacDonald fan club fans,

International Betty MacDonald fan club event voting is a great idea.

I'd like to go to  Seattle.

Betty MacDonald fan club newsletter July will be published soon.

Betty MacDonald fan club founder Wolfgang Hampel and Betty MacDonald fan club research team are talking about their new Betty MacDonald fan club projects. 

Let's go to the bookstore and enjoy a new breakfast with Brad and Nick.

You can find a healthy breakfast recipe below. 

As you can imagine Betty MacDonald fan club honor member Mr. Tigerli is involved in the Greece crisis and we hope our genius will be able to solve this huge problem. 

We bet he can!  

Have a great Saturday,


Betty MacDonald fan club

Betty MacDonald forum 

Betty MacDonald fan club founder Wolfgang Hampel

Betty MacDonald fan club items 

Betty MacDonald fan club items  - comments

Betty MacDonald fan club organizer Linde Lund 

Gentleman's Quick-tip: Healthy Breakfast

One aspect of a gentleman is his attention to detail and a very important detail should be his health. While it might be easy to grab something quick and sugary for breakfast, an ideal breakfast should be high in protein and have enough healthy fats to keep you satiated for the first few hours of the day.

After you down a liter of water (you become dehydrated when you sleep) a good breakfast is the best way to tackle the rest of the morning.  I am a huge fan of cooking.  Sometimes things turn out badly, but after a while you start to know what would taste great.  That way you can experiment and create healthy meals for yourself, instead of being at the mercy of whatever the local restaurant serves you.  Here's a recipe for my latest success: 

The Eggwhite - Cottage Cheese Omelet

3 egg whites
2-3 Tbsp cottage cheese
1/2 tsp basil (fresh is best - of course)
optional - I add a load of red pepper flakes, because I love spicy food
sprinkled cheddar cheese on top for taste and appearance

Heat frying pan on a stove top set at medium-low to medium. If your pan is not non-stick, you should spray it with a cooking spray first.  Allow the pan to heat for a moment while you combine the ingredients (no more than 2-3 minutes).

With a fork or whisk mix the eggs, cottage cheese, basil and other optional additions.  Pour into pan.  I put a lid on the pan to allow the heat and steam to cook the top of the omelet; this will make flipping the omelet much easier.  After you flip the omelet, add the shredded cheddar cheese to the cooked side. After the eggs are sufficiently cooked through, serve and enjoy!  
For additional health tips, check out my classmate's blog about healthy living.  Her blog goes into greater detail about healthy diet and fitness.  Definitely worth checking out (link below).