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Lisa Eirene

About Lisa Eirene Lisa lost 110 pounds through calorie counting and exercise. She swims, bikes, runs, hikes and is enjoying life in Portland, Oregon. Her weight loss story has been featured in First Magazine, Yahoo Health, Woman's Day and

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  1. Beth

    Chicken on the grill is just as easy as steak on the grill you just need to make sure it cooks through! If you want to add a lot of quick flavor to meats without having to marinade them, make a dry rub of spices and rub it on there before grilling. It’ll sear the flavors into the meat and requires no extra time.

  2. kat

    I like to stuff chicken breasts with stuff- I do a Mediterranean one with olives, feta, and spinach; a roasted veggie and goat cheese; and a sweet style with cut up dried apricots, goat cheese, walnuts with a little marmalade mixed in. Just mix up the filling, make a slice in the side of the chicken breast and expand it with your finger. Stuff, bake and enjoy! Any leftover topping can be baked on top. It’s pretty tasty and makes a boring chicken breast a little more exciting…

    Turkey burgers sound good- adding to my menu for the week!

  3. Katie @ Health for the Whole Self

    I love chicken breasts with salsa! Quick, easy, and it gives you endless flavor varities – plain salsa, mango salsa, etc.

  4. lisasfoods

    I love those masala burgers! I just tried one for the first time on Sunday night, and it was so good. Loved the curry flavors embedded with the rice and veggies. I’ll be eating these quite a bit for barbecues.

  5. Carbzilla

    We do eat a lot of chicken. We usually slice the breasts in half lengthwise so they’re not as thick. Marinate them in a variety of things in the fridge (salad dressing, little coy, some Asian sauces), and then spray a cookie sheet and bake for about 35 mins at 325 – 375 degrees. Super easy and they’re great in wraps, cut into pasta or rice, or topping a salad (or even chicken salad, though I can’t say I’ve ever made it).

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