Yesterday I tried Zumba for the first time. Yep, ZUMBA.
Yes, I kind of see your point. But I think any reason for people to get up, dance their butts off, and sweat while laughing, is a good enough workout for anyone. Don’t knock it till ya try it, people.
My good friend is a Zumba instructor and just started teaching classes at my gym. Obviously I couldn’t pass up an opportunity to try it out and I’m glad I did. Having said that, I think I’ll stick to weight lifting and Anusara yoga. I’m not a big fan of cardio- I drop weight like crazy (AKA my badonkadonk) and my rosacea goes bananas. Nobody likes a chick with a beet red face and no junk in the trunk. Just saying.
Speaking of A** of the Gods, my bf and I have been eating a ton of organ meat lately. Mainly hearts and tongue. Who knew the way to each other’s hearts were… through creamy chicken hearts?
Eating chicken hearts is a problem for some people. They can be chewy, taste much stronger than any other muscle meat on the chicken, and of course look unmistakably like tiny hearts, which grosses some people out.
That’s a shame, because like other organ meats, chicken hearts are a nutritional powerhouse rich in zinc, selenium, magnesium, and especially high in Vitamin B12 and Coenzyme Q10.
This crock pot version of our chicken heart stroganoff is a simple, easy way to introduce your kids (or the more squeamish members of your household) to the ABSOLUTE ORGASMIC DELICIOUSNESS of chicken hearts. Slicing the hearts lengthwise into thirds makes them indistinguishable from strips of steak and the creamy, traditional stroganoff masks the stronger taste of the hearts.
Yeah, this meal is pretty legit.