McDonalds, Chocolate, alcohol and the 7 minute workout: Why you should never try this at home

I’m just going to throw it out there.

My partner and I had a massive fight tonight and yes, the situation saw me grab the chocolates, empty the alcohol cabinet and eat McDonalds for dinner.

Following this, I felt disgusting.
So, I decided to make my bloated and tipsy self feel better by doing “The 7 minute workout” (available for free on the App Store)

It started out with jumping jacks and crunches, followed by press-ups, squats, lunges, high knees running in place and ended with the plank, press-ups with side rotation and step ups.

When the timer hit 7:00, I fell into a sweaty heap on the floor, forced back the approaching vomit and made an instant vow never to drink or eat bad food again.

Needless to say, vow broken already.

But what I must tell you, is that if you’re ever thinking of doing this at home, I implore you to think first!
It was definitely a bad idea and my stomach still hurts from the bloated crunches I tried to perform on my living room floor.

In future, take it easy and don’t fill your body with bad foods and drink!

Cheese Lover: Enter here

Let me introduce you to Queso Fundido-a dish of melted cheese with your choice of topping, made for your taste buds ultimate satisfaction.

Queso Fundido.
The fast growing Mexican snack made of pure happiness.

It is essentially cheese, melted in a skillet or pan, baked even, for 4-5 minutes in the oven, until soft and gooey enough for dippers to get their fill, with chorizo, peppers, sausage, bacon, whatever your choice, solely for your added pleasure.

Grab a handful of nachos or chips, scoop up your hot cheese and enjoy. Savour the tastes in your mouth and accept that this cheesy experience is pure bliss.

Asparagus…wrapped in Parma ham

Mmmmmm, Parma ham wrapped asparagus!
A delicious treat or a perfect side for your dinner.

Boil your asparagus in water, to soften, for around 10 minutes.
Take the asparagus out of the water and leave to cool.
When cool, wrap the asparagus in Parma ham.
Place on a tray and bake in the oven for around 20-25 minutes or until crispy.

When you’re satisfied with the cooking of your asparagus, plate up and enjoy!