We are sisters. We are hungry. Sometimes we’re so hungry, we get angry. Thus, we are hangry. To make us not hangry, we eat good for us food to make us happy. Food that keeps us nourished. Food that is delicious. Food that is healthy. We don’t really know why most chicks like to talk about what they eat, but chicks do. Sometimes chicks like to tell everyone each little morsel of food they have consumed from the moment they wake up to the moment their heads hit the pillow. Remember that scene in Clueless where Cher is talking to Dee about how many M&M’s she ate? We aren’t that obsessive-compulsive, but we do like to talk about some meals. That’s why we created this blog. We won’t chronicle every meal we eat every day, but we will share some meals with you from our daily concoctions so that you too can create easy and yummy foods that don’t taste like crap. Let’s get Un-Hangry!
This is Natalie and Natalie being Hangry: Natalie is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer who works all over Manhattan, training private clients. She’s also contributed to Women’s Health Magazine a handful of times and was “seen” on Allure Magazine’s “Beauty Blog.” Natalie is not a great cook, but she has some good ideas for healthy alternatives that will make you un-hangry. She’s hoping that by writing this blog, she will be more inclined to cook. You will see some healthy eating out options from Natalie. Hey, it’s good for a busy life style. Check out more of her fitness stuff at http://www.fitnessbynatalie.com.
This is Greta and Greta being Hangry:
Greta is a fitness enthusiast and a gal who loves to eat healthy, delicous foods. She will have better ideas than Natalie on cooking awesome foods. That’s why two heads are better than one, folks. Check out Greta and her business at http://www.comm-unity-consulting.com/. Then hire her.
This is Greta and Natalie after the hanger has subsided. Ahhh.
Greta and Natalie.
I enjoyed your page and hangry looks to. This is what I have benefited directly from Northwestern School of Communication in less than a year. Thanks, you two. I have a recipe for good food, since good food is you both’s forte.
MINESTRONE SOUP (From the PNC Bank recipe book)
Before I give you this recipe, I sure your hearts are pondering what’s a bank got to do with recipe. Well we enjoy good food, and don’t need to be hangry about it.
Now the recipe
1 T. olive oil, 1(10oz.) can vegetable soup, 1 clove garlic. 9c. boiling water, 1 c. chopped celery, 2 carrots, thinly sliced, 2 c. chopped onion, 3 tsp salt, 1/4 c. chopped parsley, 1/4 tsp. pepper, 1 (6oz.) can tomato paste, 1/8 tsp sage, 1 zucchini thinly sliced, 1 c. creamettes, 1 c. frozen string beans and finally, Oregano, basil to taste.
Try and let me know what you think.
See you in class.
Anthony, thank you so much for participating in the fight against hanger! Minestrone is one of those can-do-no-wrong soups, and the Hangry Chicks are excited to try your recipe! As we make it and devour it, we’ll capture the details — and review — so we can blog about it! Thank you again — you’re an awesome classmate!