- Welcome to After Dinner Dance! I'm Caroline, a 27-year-old living in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. My blog follows my love of cooking delicious and nutritious meals that make veggies taste good, and a bit of my life including my running and adventures with my toy poodle, Teddy! I have a Master of Public Health in Health Promotion and I am also a Certified Health Education Specialist. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com - I'd love to hear from you!
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Category Archives: Sides
I had to push through my run again today, but I did it. No matter how hard it is to finish my run, I always feel so great afterwords. After seeing the Food List Challenge on Julie’s blog and all over Facebook, … finish reading Hummamole (Hummus + Guacamole) and the Food List Challenge
I had a decent run today – I ran a 5k distance on the treadmill. I really had to push myself through the run. I think I proved my observation from last week that I have much better runs when … finish reading Kale Walnut Pesto
I had a great run this morning! I ran for 35 minutes with no walk breaks. I wanted to run even farther, but my shin splint was acting up. If there is one thing I’ve learned from running, it’s that … finish reading Spicy Asian Asparagus
Do you ever have plans to make something and then when you get around to making it you realize you don’t have one essential ingredient? I hate it when that happens! As I was getting all of my ingredients out … finish reading Roasted Red Pepper Hummus with Homemade Roasted Red Peppers
With spring, comes asparagus. I have always turned my nose up at asparagus. But, since it seems to be the trendy superfood of spring, I decided to give transforming asparagus into a tasty veggie a try. Low and behold, it … finish reading Crispy Garlic Parmesan Asparagus
Bootcamp today left my legs feeling like jello. One move that really made me feel it was “surrender squats”. Basically, you get down on one knee like this: Source. Then you put your other knee down and stand up in … finish reading Creamy Barley Risotto
This weekend I finally got back into my running groove and ran 32 minutes with no walk break (38 minutes including my warmup and cool down) – I’m hoping to be able to do it again today, fingers crossed! I … finish reading Zucchini Fritters with Zesty Yogurt Sauce
My run today was alright, but nothing stellar. While we’re on the subject, here’s another funny Hunger Games running card :). Source. And wouldn’t it be fun to do this? 🙂 Source. Okay that’s enough Hunger Games for today, on … finish reading Raw Kale Ribbon Salad
Before I share my latest snack addiction… I wanted to give a little running update. When I started running, I suffered from a really bad shin splint on my right leg. Over the last few months, it’s gotten a lot … finish reading Crunchy, Addictive Zucchini Crisps and Shin Splint Relief
As tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, many people are looking for green recipes to cook up. Well, I have quite a few, so I thought I’d share them, starting with dessert! Amazing and Easy Avocado Ice Cream Scrumptious Spinach Smoothie … finish reading Green Recipes for St. Patrick’s Day, Including Kale Hummus!