See that smile? Looks can deceive you. This woman will kick your ass. (That’s what I hear anyway) Oh and in a good way. People serious about working out seek out Nikki because they know she’s not messing around. You want results? It’s go-time with Nikki Parisi.
If you would like to train with Nikki her contact info is below. For more information about joining the Manchester Athletic Club and training with Nikki call 978-526-8900
Nikki Parisi firstname.lastname@example.org
Area of training expertise:
Multi-tasking(working more than one body part at a time)
To feel good, look good, and stay healthy
I can’t pick just one, I love lower body exercises, and planks, planks, and more planks!
Favorite easy to cook recipe:
GREEK CHICKEN SOUP
1 (3 pound)whole chicken
1/2 cup uncooked rice (I use brown)
salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
• 3egg, beaten
• 2lemons, juiced
1. Rinse the chicken and remove any organs that may be inside. Place in a pot large enough for the chicken to move around, but not too much room or the broth will be watery. Add the chicken neck if that is included with your chicken. Fill with enough water to cover by about 1 inch. Cover and bring to a boil. When boiling, reduce heat to low and simmer for 45 minutes to 1 hour, skimming the fat from the top as it collects.
2. When the chicken is done, the meat should pull from the bones easily. Transfer the bird to a large bowl and set aside to cool. Add the rice, and season the broth with salt and pepper. Simmer over low heat for 20 more minutes, or until rice is tender.
3. Whisk the eggs with the lemon juice in a bowl. When the rice is done, turn off the heat. Whisk one ladle full of hot broth into the eggs slowly so the eggs do not curdle. Gradually whisk in more broth until the egg mixture is heated. Then pour the egg mixture back into the pot, whisking briskly. The result should be a creamy, cloudy looking soup. You may season with additional salt, pepper or lemon juice at this point.
4. You may add pieces of chicken to the soup before serving or serve soup with salted chicken on the side.
• PREP 15 mins
• COOK 1 hr
• READY IN 1 hr15 mins
• The soup should be filling, salty and slightly sour, so I use 2 juicy lemons although the flavor may be too sour for non-Greeks. Grocery store lemons tend to not be as juicy as organic lemons or lemons from a Hispanic/Mexican grocery store.