An Unmeasured Approach: The NYTimes’ Spinach Artichoke Dip

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The NYTimes’ has a great low-carb, keto-friendly recipe for spinach artichoke dip. Hooray!

Unfortunately, in my hunger and excitement, I did not have the patience to measure out the ingredients. So, for this meal (Ben and I ate it for dinner – he with bread and potato chips, I with a lowcarb tortilla and strips of bacon), I kinda just eyeballed the amounts until I thought things looked (and tasted) good.

Find the recipe here. A couple more pics of how mine turned out, plus a couple of notes after the cut.

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Quickie Trick for Reheating Leftovers: Salami Cups

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Not exactly a recipe, but here’s a little something I made for breakfast the other day – leftovers reheated in little cups made of salami. Just pop the salami in a muffin tin, fill with whatever low-carb, keto-friendly leftover you have on hand, top with cheese, and pop in the a 350 degree oven for ten minutes until the cheese has melted and the leftovers are reheated. More pics after the cut.

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OOTD: In a Gif

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I made a gif! Yes, I pronounce it “jif.” Here is my reasoning:

  1. The creator of the format has said the pronunciation is “jif.” He should get a say in the matter.
  2. For those who insist it must be a hard g as in “graphics”… How do you pronounce the word “scuba”? Do you say “skuh-ba” for “self-contained UNderwater breathing apparatus?” Or do you say “skoo-ba” like a normal person? Do you call a sim card a “sigh-m card” for “subscriber identification module”? Acronyms are often pronounced differently from the words upon which they’re based.
  3. Donald Trump says “gif.”

Now let’s never speak of it again!

Still images and outfit info behind the cut.

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