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More NASCAR® Race Day Recipes Fresh Mild Salsa Rating: Unrated 10 Fresh tomato salsa is excellent with just chips and salsa for an appetizer or a perfect compliment to any Mexican dish. Adjust to personal taste with salt, pepper, and ground cumin. Add 1 additional serrano pepper to make hot salsa, and 2 serrano peppers for ‘fire’ salsa. NASCAR® Race Day Recipes Back to NASCAR® Race Day Recipes More NASCAR® Race Day Recipes.

Oven-Barbecued Ribs Rating: Unrated 3 These ribs are wonderful because when they are ready, the meat is just about falling off the bone. The sauce is wonderfully tangy as well! It’s also so quick and easy.

By Chelsey Wolnowski. Recipe: The SL Mint Julep. Recipe: The Blush Lily. On race day, Churchill Downs serves up 120,000 mint juleps and 40,000 of the lesser-known Oaks Lily cocktails.

Sterling. 2 cups all-purpose flour1 3/4 sticks butter1/2 cup powdered sugar1 egg1 cup heavy cream7 ounces bittersweet chocolate2 tablespoons liquid glucose9 ounces raspberriesRaspberries. Mid-Week Recipes for the Healthy Runner, from Simple Green Meals This week, whip up the Miso Fine Veggie Bowl, an entirely plant-based recipe that is rich and warming for a post cold-run meal. Getting Juiced Deena Kastor Shares Her Favorite Recipes.

Day at the Races Trisha Yearwood invites some friends to celebrate Kentucky Derby season in over-the-top fashion with fanciful hats and not-so-typical hors d’oeuvres. The ideal pre-race meal should contain a small amount of fat and protein and a lot of carbohydrate. Good options include a breakfast cereal with milk, toast with a scrambled or boiled egg, or a bagel with peanut butter and banana.

It’s race morning. What should you eat? Oatmeal? Toast? Bagel?

Banana? Eggs and bacon? Nothing? A 2014 review of pre-exercise nutrition studies conducted over that past 50 years concluded that eating carb-rich foods prior to endurance exercise appears to enhance performance (more so than protein-rich or fat-rich foods). This Runner’s Recipes is a resource for delicious and healthy recipes and running workouts, and lifestyle.

Come run and eat with us! Our local race company has been hosting socially-distanced races since May and announced a fall marathon/half marathon in November. The race is open for.

Ingredients 2 Ounces Crystal Head Vodka Fever-Tree Sicilian Lemonade Handful of fresh cilantro 2-3 slices jalapeño.

List of related literature:

RACE MORNING If you wake up three hours or more before the race, you can get away with eating a normal breakfast, such as a bagel with peanut butter, a banana, and coffee or juice.

“Hansons Marathon Method: Run Your Fastest Marathon the Hansons Way” by Luke Humphrey, Keith and Kevin Hanson
from Hansons Marathon Method: Run Your Fastest Marathon the Hansons Way
by Luke Humphrey, Keith and Kevin Hanson
VeloPress, 2016

Any horse racing recipe begins with the Daily Racing Form.

“Betting on Horse Racing For Dummies” by Richard Eng
from Betting on Horse Racing For Dummies
by Richard Eng
Wiley, 2005

Developing an appropriate race day plan for these athletes involves investigating the foods and beverages available on the course and then planning for the athletes to practice with these specific items throughout training to prevent any surprises on race day.

“Practical Applications In Sports Nutrition BOOK ALONE” by Heather Fink, Alan Mikesky, Lisa Burgoon
from Practical Applications In Sports Nutrition BOOK ALONE
by Heather Fink, Alan Mikesky, Lisa Burgoon
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2011

You will need dinner for the night before the race, a snack before the race start, snackpack goodies, one main meal for each day of the race and two extra meals, in case you need them.

“Adventure Racing” by Jacques Marais, Lisa De Speville
from Adventure Racing
by Jacques Marais, Lisa De Speville
Human Kinetics, 2004

Rule one: Do not introduce a new nutrition plan, either on race day or during the week leading up to it.

“Hal Koerner's Field Guide to Ultrarunning: Training for an Ultramarathon, from 50K to 100 Miles and Beyond” by Hal Koerner, Adam W. Chase
from Hal Koerner’s Field Guide to Ultrarunning: Training for an Ultramarathon, from 50K to 100 Miles and Beyond
by Hal Koerner, Adam W. Chase
VeloPress, 2014

Most races provide the basic stuff like pastas and oatmeal.

“Ask a Pro: Deep Thoughts and Unreliable Advice from America's Foremost Cycling Sage” by Phil Gaimon
from Ask a Pro: Deep Thoughts and Unreliable Advice from America’s Foremost Cycling Sage
by Phil Gaimon
VeloPress, 2017

The alter races meal should be received within 1 h after the end of the competition.

“Extreme Sports Medicine” by Francesco Feletti
from Extreme Sports Medicine
by Francesco Feletti
Springer International Publishing, 2016

Examples of salty items that are commonly used in races are pretzels, peanut butter crackers, chicken broth, sesame sticks, and even * lunchmeat sandwiches.

“Practical Applications in Sports Nutrition” by Heather Hedrick Fink, Lisa A. Burgoon, Alan E. Mikesky
from Practical Applications in Sports Nutrition
by Heather Hedrick Fink, Lisa A. Burgoon, Alan E. Mikesky
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2006

Eat a large snack the night before the race, and have your tried-and-true pre-race breakfast already planned out.

“Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, 3rd Ed.” by Monique Ryan, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN
from Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, 3rd Ed.
by Monique Ryan, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN
VeloPress, 2012

My own preparation for the race in Oostende was the same as it was for almost every kermis race: three delicious tarts from a local bakery, half a Coke, some lukewarm tea in the bottle, and a couple of Animine (caffeine) tablets in the pockets just in case.

“A Dog in a Hat: An American Bike Racer's Story of Mud, Drugs, Blood, Betrayal, and Beauty in Belgium” by Joe Parkin
from A Dog in a Hat: An American Bike Racer’s Story of Mud, Drugs, Blood, Betrayal, and Beauty in Belgium
by Joe Parkin
VeloPress, 2012

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  • Good advice. Thank-you, I am so hooked, on caffeine, energy shots. With out them just feel to lazy to run five miles, don’t know what other stuff has a nice pep me up before a run, need to get away from the caff, an shots. Like they say in moderation. Thank-you.

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  • Thank you for all your tips! I am a diabetic and finding the right foods to eat before my runs are challenging. I often have to have a gel or a sugary drink with me just in case my sugar goes low. I would be very interested if you have any advices on nutrition for someone like me.

  • If you are ordering a vegan/ veg or halal meal in a restaurant. are you getting what you ordered?

    THINK AGAIN. specially if you are dining at a Michelin recognised restaurant.





    Lactose (Milk), Salt, Flavour Enhancers (E621, E631, E627), Maltodextrin, Mineral Salt (Potassium), Chicken (5.7%), Modified Corn Starch, Palm Fat, Sugar, Yeast Extract, Chicken Fat (0.6%), Flavourings (contain EGG), Chicken Extract (0.1%), Potato Starch, Acid (Lactic Acid), Antioxidant (Extracts of Rosemary), Colour (E150c)

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    His haute cuisine curries have delighted David Beckham and Charlize Theron, but Michelin-starred chef Karunesh Khanna has admitted using shop-bought chicken powder to flavour his acclaimed dishes.

    The revelations emerged during an employment tribunal case brought by employees.

    After six staff members complained, Mr Khanna – who trained at The Dorchester, Four Seasons, The Ritz and Claridge’s hotels – told one manager: ‘Guests don’t need to know. ‘I don’t want a restaurant full of people wearing burkha’s’.

    But the top chef ‘made it clear that he was not going to disclose the use of Knorr chicken powder to guests’, prompting restaurant general manager to resign in disgust, the tribunal heard.

    The executive chef of the upmarket Tamarind chain of Indian restaurants also allegedly used the Knorr powder in vegetarian and vegan and halal meals but failed to tell customers that they contained meat, according to legal papers.

    The tribunal heard that when the row reached Tamarind director Fateh Dhaliwal, he backed his chef and said: ‘Those members of staff need to be phased out.’

    The judge said Mr Dhaliwal ‘didn’t want anyone interfering with KK’s [Karunesh Khanna’s] cooking as it was so important to FD [Fateh Dhaliwal] to have a Michelin star chef for the refurbished restaurant’


    Michelin-starred Karunesh Khanna, a chef of Indian-origin, used chicken as an ingredient in vegetarian, halal and vegan dishes without informing the customers.

    According to a report in Surrey-based publication Personnel, the Central London Employment Tribunal heard that the staff concerned were working at Tamarind Kitchen, “one of three Tamarind outlets in the capital specialising in upmarket Indian cuisine”.

    The news about Khanna”s secret ingredient broke after six staff members of Tamarind Kitchen complained that Khanna told one manager: “Guests don”t need to know what ingredients” were used.

    Flouting a major vegan rule, Michelin-starred chef Karunesh Khanna, has been accused of allegedly putting chicken stock cubes in his vegan and vegetarian dishes without telling customers in London, as per International news reports.”the customers need not know” is outright cheating. It is criinal offence, and that too deliberate..


    Tamarind Collection removed three members of staff from the restaurant after they complained that Michelin-starred chef Karunesh Khanna was using Knorr chicken powder in vegetarian, vegan and halal dishes without informing customers, an employment tribunal has heard.

    According to official documents two assistant restaurant managers were made redundant after complaining about the chef’s use of Knorr chicken stock powder in both meat and vegetarian dishes at Tamarind Kitchen. The managers claimed that the ingredient was not disclosed to customers or referenced in allergen documents.


    A Michelin-starred chef allegedly put Knorr chicken stock cubes in his vegan and vegetarian dishes without telling customers they contained meat.

    Karunesh Khanna, who has cooked for A-list stars such as footballer David Beckham and Oscar-winning actress Charlize Theron, told a manager that “guests don’t need to know” after six workers complained, legal papers claim.

    Mr Khanna, executive chef of the Tamarind chain of Indian restaurants, admitted using shop-bought chicken stock to flavour his dishes.

    The allegations emerged during an employment tribunal case brought by an assistant manager who lost his job after he alerted bosses about the use of the cubes.


    SHOCKING: Michelin-starred chef Karunesh Khanna admits adding ‘chicken stock cubes’ to vegan dishes saying, ‘guests need not know’


    Karunesh Khanna, executive chef at the Tamarind chain of Indian restaurants, failed to tell customers that the meals contained animal products, say legal papers.

    The details were revealed during an employment tribunal, which was brought by former assistant manager, who lost his job when he told restaurant bosses about the chicken stock.

    Chicken in vegan meals

    The tribunal was told that a manager asked a sous chef that the use of chicken stock be disclosed to serving staff. Khanna refused, saying ‘guests don’t need to know’,

    Concerns were raised about potentially serving animal products to vegans and vegetarians, and also about the issue of serving non-halal chicken stock cubes to strict Muslims.

    When Tamarind director Fateh Dhaliwal heard about the row, he said ‘those members of staff need to be phased out’ meaning the ones who were concerned about the use of animal ingredients, in vegan, vegetarian meals.


    What may come as a shock for vegans and vegetarians, Michelin-starred chef Karunesh Khanna, known to have served several celebrities in his acclaimed restaurant Tamarind, in London has admitted to using readymade chicken cubes in vegetarian dishes.

    This came to light after a former employee of his restaurant filed an employment tribunal case against him and also alerted the higher authorities about the same. The employee who worked as an assistant manager was concerned about chicken stock being served to vegans and vegetarians and also about non-halal animal product being served to Muslims and hence he wrote an email to all the senior chefs of Tamarind.

    If reports are to be believed, when Khanna dismissed plea by saying, ‘guests don’t need to know’, as many as six other staff members raised this issue again, but nothing came out of it.

    Being a vegan or a vegetarian is a personal choice of people and infringing that is criminal. It is unfair to dupe people into eating food that violates their religious and personal choice. It is important for the chefs to value the beliefs and faiths of people and authorities should take due measures to ensure instances like this are not frequented.


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  • THANK YOU! This will be a focus for my next race. I noticed what messed my GI up a bit last time was the amount of stress/excitement/anxiety leading up to the race. Perhaps discussing tips on de-stressing or addressing anxiety before and during the race could also be an interesting video!

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  • Breakfast: Oatmeal
    20 minutes before hard run/race: 1 banana
    During hard run/race: 1 gel every 30 to 45 minutes depending on intensity
    After race: Treat yourself you deserve it!

  • hi i am not familiar with any of the hydration product….can you recommend anything? how many kinds of hydration products are there in general? thanks! very good video!

  • I generally go into an event having eaten lightly a few hours prior, as some people have mentioned here I like my stomach to be pretty close to empty as it seems to help with calming queasiness and G.I. issues fight or flight mechanism can be tough just prior to the race.

  • Oh the joys of living in the UK! I’m a brit who moved to portugal and your overnight oats ingredients are too expensive here haha. I go with oats with some hazelnuts and raisins, topped with plain yoghurt. I think the key things is oats as they’re the most filling, so the more the better. Love your breakfasts though, so tasty looking:)

  • I think drinking the hours before the marathon is a terrible mistake
    You will want to pee every 15 mins, and specially just before the race

  • Free beer on course screwed me up bigtime at mile 18. Was feeling on top of the world then…. mile 22 came like a freight train! BONK! Lesson learned ��

  • I start every run (including ultra events) in a fasted condition. If I’m going 15 miles or less, then I don’t eat. If I’m going longer than 15 miles, then I begin to add calories at a rate of 500-700 per hour starting about 40 minutes into the run. It works for me.

  • Loosing sleep from carb loading happen to me the night before my first race. UGH. Then I spent the next day recovering with a fever cuz I had completely depleted myself of electrolytes. Thanks for the tips!

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  • Great video been running for about a year, had some time off with injury and now well over weight, are these breakfasts low in fat and calories? Thanks

  • Question…do you tend to have nondairy milks before runs and cows milk after? I watched the other nutrition video you did and you put cows milk in your shake and porridge?

  • Spot on video. Race day brekkie has to be the bagel with PB and jam as you say but also with chopped up banana and a very light sprinkle of maple syrup. Sets you up with a lot of great fuel.

  • Stay away from anti inflammatitories!!!!!!! Taking ibuprofen daily or often is very common is lead to weakened immune system and has hurt my white blood cells for years.

  • Doing my high run days, I started with no preparation for my 100k days and felt depressed afterwards, I now rest and plan the day before. I was living on protein bars but have found its better to carb load for high cardio output days. Thanks for the info

  • I’m fat adapted. Ran my first Marathon last weekend (aged 51, 4hrs 22mins With 4630ft of elevation) fasted! I ate bacon and eggs for dinner the night before and didn’t fuel during the race. I was amazed at the majority of runners fuelling gels!! Crazy! From mile 19 to finish I was passed by 4 runners but passed 63! Clearly no sign of any bonk!

  • Thanks for the advice. Most books and experts won’t even talk about gi issues. It’s not very glamorous I guess. They prefer nutrition and hydration, for obvious reasons. The short answer is don’t overeat the night before a race. As you noted, carb loading the day before isn’t going to do anything for you except put you in a portapottie line. Same goes for over hydrating. But we all want to perform well so eating and drinking seem like a good idea. Simply put: You don’t want to train like heck and then sabotage it with too much intake.

  • I ran my first 8km race last weekend. I did heaps of spin bike training for cardio fitness, but it was all undone when I had the equivalent of 1 pieces of bread for breakfast. The last 3 kms was burning me bad, I was running on empty!

    Definitely will learn from the experience. Nutrition was missing from my while paradigm!

  • on raceday; wake up and the first thing to do; drink a glass of water and do a little warming up… the body will release perfectly. My experience! no IG probs

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  • I just completed my 1st marathon and it was difficult as I totally went out too fast and didn’t hydrate properly.. I completed the event, but with so much struggle after mile 19. Thank you for these great tidbits in your video.. ��

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  • carb loading only works after severe glycogen depletion. this allows for storage of double the amount of glycogen for the event. what most people are doing is fat loading. piling in the carbs when the glycogen stores are full only allows you to store it as fat. not helpful if you are not fat adapted.

  • You said not to carb load then you said to do it just in a different way. To load is to increase the amount you need to prepare for time that you need large amounts. By doing 70% over 60% for calories. doing it a week out you would have 40%-70 more carbs then normal so did you not just carb load.

    You say not to carb load but from what you shared it sounds more like don’t over eat because that would stress you body making it process it especially since it has a limit to how much it can process in an hour.

  • Your videos on race / pre-race nutrition are great. Hydration fluids upset my stomach, so I drink only water. But I totally agree with you regarding salt pills (I took 2 pills in a 10 hours race… And only when I felt that I needed them). Many foods are not good for me, train your stomach like you train your legs…know what works for you. Thank you for your advice!

  • Take Shilajit as an electrolyte/mineral boost and the Master Amino Acid Pattern 30 mins bevore your run. Magnesium Bicarbonate is also a recommended addition!

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  • I’m starting to run again. In 2007, I ran my 1st marathon. On the 12th mile my left thigh started cramping to the point that my leg would not move. I tried to to run after a couple of minutes but the cramp would come back. After going through that 3 times I decide to walk the rest of the way. There was no way I was quitting that race. I spent to much time training to end up quitting. I often wonder if coffee at breakfast was a bad idea. BTW not once through training did I cramped. It was some what disappointing. Any thoughts?

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  • For anything half marathon or less no special meal prep or race nutrition is necessary as your body has plenty of glycogen. No need to eat race morning unless it helps calm you. I eat low carb one meal a day and am a coffee drinker, and I eat normally the night before with no breakfast race morning, just coffee, water, and some electrolyte solution. Only for marathon distance will I carry two gels (same brand I trained with) and might eat them after mile 18 or so just to put something on my stomach and give a little psychological boost. I will also take electrolyte tabs along the way. I used to overthink nutrition. I felt I had to eat race morning, do something special the night before, and eat a gel every 3 or 4 miles in a marathon. A morning 5k is now a cup of coffee and adequate pre-race hydration with no food until after. No GI issues and much less marathon nausea.

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  • What do you think about using liquid ketones? I’d like your thoughts on using this for long runs or half to full marathons. Thanks.

  • Hi Ben, as an Agronomist, runner and cold open water swimmer, I guess Imperfect raspberries would mean that it is somehow free of unnecessary agrochems. Nice video, thanks mate!

  • Don’t re heat a tuna past a bake the night before a marathon its re heated its not a light weight meal to run for 26 miles with…
    Now I eat a 15″ pizza the night before and thats light weight enough and packed with calories… and a Gel or two every 1/2 hour (well works well for me)

  • Thanks for this, I’ve got a race next week and it has made me think about the nutrition preparation, plus helping out a friend doing her first 10k next week as well. I did have to smile when you mentioned the G.I. issues, I do remember doing a marathon just after some dehydration issues, mile 18 was a scary one as I had passed a toilet stop the mile before, let’s just say it was a false alarm and one of the funniest sighs of relief I’ve ever had. Thanks again for the video Elizabeth. (more singing)

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  • “don’t take anti inflamatory drugs”

    I take them daily because of my chronic illness, does that mean that make me perform worse?
    My doctors don’t tell me anything and I am just getting more and more discouraged with running.
    Everything in my body is trying to make me worse.

  • Not a moment to soon. Thank you soooo much for posting this the afternoon the day before my 5k. I hope to get a PR of 18:00. Also, you guys should get me a jacket like coach Elizabeth’s because I’ve been a fan for a year I think I don’t remember but ya one for you fan? Or you can feature me, either works. I’m joking but you could if you want. Who is reading this btw? Love the Advice, Videos, Channel, and you guys. Till next time, bye.

  • Outstanding. Heard the ibuprofen myth from other runners as well. Never thought it was a good idea. Props for you are my sunshine!

  • Love to video on Carb loading. How to properly? Does loading up the night before truly make sense? I usually load up 2 nights before and go easy the night before

  • Very useful. I do granola and porridge but will definitely be trying the chia pudding and overnight oats. Thanks for more great info.

  • Great video. Being a vegan, I just have Dorset Cereal, but after watching your video I am inspired to try these. I weigh 93kg and eat no where near as much as you. Maybe that’s why I am always tired after my runs.

  • Always look for your videos. Info with a smile! I love running on an empty stomach. Easy to do at 6am on training runs, but need to practice eating small for when the races start at 9am or later.

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