Back when i was in college, i practically lived on pita fries from this greek spot called Pitaria right down the street from my dorm at Florida State University. My affinity for a high carb diet led me to basically become obsessed with these beautifully golden deep fried pita sticks that were tossed in herbs and spices and plunged into a creamy feta cheese dip. After my second winter of eating my weight in these, I realized that it probably wasn’t a good idea to eat so much fried food. So instead of spending all of my time, money, and daily allotted calories at Pitaria, I decided to change the game and get my act a little healthier. Continue reading
If you’ve been reading my blog for any amount of time, you’d probably guess that starting the new year off with a healthy recipe isn’t really my game… But hey! Ya know what? After hanging with my family in Florida for the last month, I’ve decided that this is probably a good idea. You see, my family is obsessed with food. Literally the first question I got asked every morning two seconds after I cleared my breakfast plate was “What do you want for dinner?” Now don’t get me wrong – it’s totally great and I love it, but who in the world knows exactly what they want for dinner first thing in the morning?! Anyways, you get what I’m saying. And after having to think about food 50% more than I already do and realizing that looking good in a bikini is still a thing, I kind of need a little detox. So here’s this. A healthy sandwich that will fill you up and pack you full of feel-good vitamins and nutrients. It’s got beet hummus, cracked pepper turkey, yellow tomatoes, baby kale sprouts, and feta cheese on 2 toasted pieces of bread.