I didn’t feel good on Wednesday night so I did not get this post up for the week. Headache and tiredness. Yuck! It was an early night for me.
This week’s prompt is what do I like about fall.
- The flavors of fall – cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves
- Pumpkin Spice Latte, Maple Pecan Lattes, and Blackberry Pie Lattes.
I get the Blackberry Pie Lattes from a local coffee shop called Winans.
- The crisp air – I can wear my Mickey Mouse hoodie.
- My Autumn Glory Maple Tree
- Our dog can go on more car rides because it’s not too hot.
- The trees changing colors
- Foggy mornings
- Extreme Storms – Rain or wind or a combo of both
When my father-in-law was alive, he would marinade pork chops in soy sauce. Hubby loved those soy sauce pork chops.
Soy sauce has wheat in it. So for a gluten free diet, it’s a no go.
For a while I switched to gluten free soy sauce but at over $4 a bottle, I didn’t like those prices.
Then I did the Whole 30 in April/ May of 2017. I began to use coconut aminos.
The problem with coconut aminos is that it is $6 a bottle. Yikes!
Then I found out Trader Joe’s has their coconut aminos for $2.99 a bottle. WIN!
So I stocked up on the coconut aminos.
Now I can make Asian dishes and “soy sauce” pork chops without feeling sluggish afterwards. YEAH!
My family loved my “soy sauce” pork chops. They did not know the difference.
If you don’t eat gluten free, you can use regular soy sauce.
– 1 lb. boneless pork chops – ¼ c. coconut aminos – salt to taste
”Soy Sauce” Pork Chops
– 1 lb. boneless pork chops
– ¼ c. coconut aminos
– salt to taste
We ate our dinner with pressure cooker applesauce, plain white rice, and mixed veggies. If you were doing the Whole 30, I would serve it with the applesauce, cali rice, and green beans. Yum!