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  1. loveyluhv:

shrinkingelephant:

The only carbs in this pizza are from the tomato sauce. The crust? Chicken. 

Crust
2 chicken breasts
1.5 cups shredded mozzarella
2-4 cloves chopped garlic (I like mine really garlic-y, so I used about 4)

Pizza Top
4-5 tablespoons tomato sauce of your choice (I try to keep it as low in carbs as possible)
Shredded mozz
Pepperoni
.5 cup ground italian sausage (I freeze the left-over sausage either for breakfasts or for pizzas in the future)
(or whatever toppings you fancy)

- Preheat your oven to 375 F. Boil your chicken in a pot of water for about 25-30 mins, until chicken is fully cooked. Run the cooked breasts through the food processor, blender, or chop with a knife until it resembles “meal” or dense crumbs. Do the same with the shredded cheese. Combine the chicken and the cheese and press in to an oven safe pan (I used a 10 in. spring form pan, but an 8x8 square pan could work too), forming a crust. Sprinkle the garlic over the top of the crust. I promise you, it won’t burn in the oven, and it smells amazing. Bake this crust for 20 minutes.
Meanwhile start cooking your italian sausage. I cooked it in a pan until it was just browned, because it will continue cooking in the oven later. After your crust is done spread your sauce around, add sausage, cheese and pepperoni any way you like, and continue baking for another 20 minutes.
Let cool and serve.

Seriously, this is so delicious.

WhAt

This disturbs - and yet intrigues - me.

    loveyluhv:

    shrinkingelephant:

    The only carbs in this pizza are from the tomato sauce. The crust? Chicken. 

    Crust

    2 chicken breasts

    1.5 cups shredded mozzarella

    2-4 cloves chopped garlic (I like mine really garlic-y, so I used about 4)

    Pizza Top

    4-5 tablespoons tomato sauce of your choice (I try to keep it as low in carbs as possible)

    Shredded mozz

    Pepperoni

    .5 cup ground italian sausage (I freeze the left-over sausage either for breakfasts or for pizzas in the future)

    (or whatever toppings you fancy)

    - Preheat your oven to 375 F. Boil your chicken in a pot of water for about 25-30 mins, until chicken is fully cooked. Run the cooked breasts through the food processor, blender, or chop with a knife until it resembles “meal” or dense crumbs. Do the same with the shredded cheese. Combine the chicken and the cheese and press in to an oven safe pan (I used a 10 in. spring form pan, but an 8x8 square pan could work too), forming a crust. Sprinkle the garlic over the top of the crust. I promise you, it won’t burn in the oven, and it smells amazing. Bake this crust for 20 minutes.

    Meanwhile start cooking your italian sausage. I cooked it in a pan until it was just browned, because it will continue cooking in the oven later. After your crust is done spread your sauce around, add sausage, cheese and pepperoni any way you like, and continue baking for another 20 minutes.

    Let cool and serve.

    Seriously, this is so delicious.

    WhAt

    This disturbs - and yet intrigues - me.

    (via ruletheworldinfiveeasysteps)

  2. immolatemyself:

Zombeans.

Zombeans and their constant hunger for Bran.

    immolatemyself:

    Zombeans.

    Zombeans and their constant hunger for Bran.

  3. Unease, anxiety, tension, stress, worry - all forms of fear - are caused by too much future, and not enough presence. Guilt, regret, resentment, grievances, sadness, bitterness, and all forms of nonforgiveness are caused by too much past, and not enough presence.

    Eckhart Tolle (via thecalminside)

    How lovely to live a life so privileged that the present doesn’t cause unease, anxiety, tension, fear, resentment, sadness, and bitterness.

    (via rick2u)

  4. I wrote a piece of erotica for someone…it included the line, “I baked for you.”

    Rule #1 of being a writer: know your audience.

  5. We have a mix of languages and teams here at work…

    I swear to Maude, those fucking PHP developers never stop talking about the most inane shit.

  6. To understand how CVS can wield this kind of influence over other pharmacy chains, you have to understand how its business works. Most of us know CVS as the pharmacy chain with brick and mortar stores all across the country. And that is a big part of CVS’ business. But another big part of CVS’ business is Caremark, a pharmacy benefits manager. Caremark is a company that insurance plans contract with to run the drug side of health coverage, doing things like setting up a pharmacy network and determining co-payments. Most health insurers use pharmacy benefit managers and, in that world, Caremark is one of the biggest players. And CVS announced today that it’s bringing Caremark into the fight against tobacco, too. Caremark-managed health plans will now charge an additional $15 co-pay for any drugs picked up in a pharmacy that sells tobacco products,

    CVS has a plan to strong-arm other pharmacies out of selling cigarettes - Vox

    I know some people who are cheering like crazy over this.

    (via tiffanyb)

    (via tiffanyb)

  7. I’d be okay being tricked rather than treated

    And kicked rather than kissed.

  8. dextercolt:

I turned on a couple computers this morning. 

    dextercolt:

    I turned on a couple computers this morning. 

  9. I will waste money on many, many things. Well, “waste” isn’t quite the right word. I’m somewhat profligate and definitely freer with my income than most. I’ll have way too many expensive meals and leave big tips (those people work hard, so if you’re going to eat out you had better leave an appropriate tip, damn it), I’ll drink pricey coffee, and I’ll burn through tires like a stunt driver in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.

But give me a tube or a bottle or a jar of a grooming/beauty product? I’m the most frugal muthafucka around. This tube, which I’ve expected to have been replacing for weeks, has seen fit to spit out more and more lotion under the force of my vice-like thumbs. It won’t quit. When I’d hair, I’d get the shampoo bottle so emptied of product you could put baby formula in it (and I mean if you liked your baby). And don’t get me started on toothpaste.

    I will waste money on many, many things. Well, “waste” isn’t quite the right word. I’m somewhat profligate and definitely freer with my income than most. I’ll have way too many expensive meals and leave big tips (those people work hard, so if you’re going to eat out you had better leave an appropriate tip, damn it), I’ll drink pricey coffee, and I’ll burn through tires like a stunt driver in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.

    But give me a tube or a bottle or a jar of a grooming/beauty product? I’m the most frugal muthafucka around. This tube, which I’ve expected to have been replacing for weeks, has seen fit to spit out more and more lotion under the force of my vice-like thumbs. It won’t quit. When I’d hair, I’d get the shampoo bottle so emptied of product you could put baby formula in it (and I mean if you liked your baby). And don’t get me started on toothpaste.

    • Co-worker:
      What time do you get to work in the morning?

    • Me:
      Between 6 and 6:30, usually.

    • Co-worker:
      So you leave around 3:30?

    • Me:
      Most days, yeah.

    • Co-worker's meeting request:
      **4pm-5pm**