For dinner tonight I created "Cheese Sushi". I used nori spread with Neufchatel cheese, then brown rice, then a seasoned sheet of egg (like a paper thin omelette), and finally roasted chicken skin julienne (yeah, I loaded her up with cholesterol). Rolled that up, sliced it and topped it with a little bit of bonito flakes for flavor, garnish and to help conceal the ingredients (namely the egg). I also prepared my new favorite vegetable as a side dish: Brussel Sprouts sauteed with olive oil and pan-crisped thinly sliced garlic (kinda makes it like garlic chips). I realize how weird it is to have Brussel Sprouts with sushi but you gotta make do with what you have! And guess who finished her entire dinner in less than 5 minutes.
Then for myself, since I am trying to stick to my diet, I prepared a 2-egg omelette with sun-dried tomatoes julienne, thinly sliced it, topped it with diced roasted chicken breast and fresh basil chiffonade. I also had a big helping of the Brussel Sprouts. This dinner was a total experiment. I made it up as I went along. Sometimes this works out great but then there are times like tonight when it's just not that good. I think it may have been tastier if I had a nice fattening dressing to drizzle over the whole thing. If it was good, I was going to name it something silly like, "Protein Chiffonade Salad" but it wasn't good so nevermind.
Don't try this at home! lol.