A recurring theme on The Biggest Loser (and, I’m sure, other weight loss reality tv shows) is that most of the participants will tell you that they never realized just how fat they were.  They knew they were large, and they weren’t happy at their weight, but they just assumed they were “big boned”.  The number on the scale during that first weigh in is usually a shock to them.  Because they felt lighter than they actually were.

And then you have me.

I actually truly believe I am one of those people who weigh more than they look.  And I know it’s due to muscle, which isn’t something I should feel bad about. It’s something I should embrace, in fact.

But I feel what the scale tells me. I feel every ounce.


Unlike The Biggest Losers, I know exactly how fat I am.  And I say that slightly tongue in cheek because I’m not really fat.  But I know this because it’s what other people tell me and not because it is what I see or feel.


My physical therapist gave me kind of a wake-up call this week in that regard.

I went to see him because of this weird discomforting feeling I was having in my stress fracture area during my runs. It wasn’t pain, it didn’t get worse as I ran, and it abated almost as soon as I stopped.  But I trust that man with my life and most certainly my legs, and so I went to get it checked out.

We started talking about my goals for going back to running, especially with regards to the NYC Marathon in November.  And I told him I wanted to run a sub-4 hour marathon.

I finished my first marathon in 3:35 and my second in 4:34, so 4 hours is not really so unrealistic.

He looked surprised and said, “Why not aim for for the 3:34?”

I said, “Well, you know. I don’t think I could do it again.  I was really tiny then.”

And as he dug his elbow into my iliopsoas, which is unfortunately close to my ovaries.  He said, “You’re pretty tiny now.”

I’d be lying if I said I didn’t come thisclose to crying on his exam table.  (Okay, maybe part of that was how much his elbow in my abdomen just flat-out hurt, but still.)  Or that I didn’t cry when I got home.

I may never be able to really truly see what I look like when I stare into a mirror.  But for the rest of that afternoon, and every time I think back on it, I can.  Even if it’s just a flicker.  I can.


Now, I’m not writing this to garner any compliments or reassuring comments. I’m writing it because I know that for most people, we are so hard on ourselves and on our bodies.  We talk trash about ourselves all the time.  And most of it is unwarranted.

We need to give ourselves a break.  We need to believe in ourselves.

We need to say “I can” more than “I can’t”.

Two days after that conversation with my physical therapist, I ran.  I ran 6 miles.  At an 8:40 minute mile.  Is it a far cry from my 8 min/mile marathon time?  Yes.  But it’s also faster than I was when I had to stop running due to my stress fracture in October.  And this is three weeks out from an injury.  I. CAN. AND. I. WILL.

And so can you.

For more healthy living inspiration, check out these Eat.Live.Be. posts from Sarah, Cate, and Patsy!

Speaking of believing, I BELIEVE you should make this dish. Now.  Immediately.

I proclaimed this on Twitter to be one of my favorite lunches in a long time.  And I still stand by that.

There’s a perfectly seasoned and slightly spicy smoky tomato sauce with chickpeas and swiss chard mixed in, topped with feta and an egg that you crack on top and then “poach” in the oven.  And let me tell you, the only thing better than a slightly spicy smoky tomato chickpea swiss chard sauce topped with feta…is the same thing topped with a runny egg yolk.  Truth.

Poached Eggs in Tomato Sauce with Chickpeas, Feta and Swiss Chard
Serves 4, adapted from Bon Appetit December 2011


  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 medium onion, finely chopped
  • 4 cloves garlic, coarsely chopped
  • 2 jalapenos, seeded and finely chopped
  • 2 bunches swiss chard, leaves removed from the stem and coarsely chopped
  • 1 (15 oz) can chickpeas, drained
  • 2 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1 tsp ground cumin
  • 28 oz canned whole peeled tomatoes, crushed by hand, juices reserved
  • kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 cup coarsely crumbled feta
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1 tbsp chopped flat-leaf parsley


  1. Preheat oven to 425.  Heat oil in a large ovenproof skillet over medium-high heat.  Add onion, garlic, and jalapenos, stirring occasionally, until onion is soft, about 5 minutes.  Add in the chard.  Cover pan and allow to wilt, about 3 minutes.  Add chickpeas, paprika, and cumin and cook for 2 minutes longer.
  2. Add crushed tomatoes and their juices.  Bring to a boil, reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer, stirring occasionally, until sauce thickens slightly, about 15 minutes.  Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  3. If serving to a large group, sprinkle feta evenly over sauce.  Crack eggs one at a time and place over sauce, evenly apart.  Transfer skillet to oven and bake until whites are just set but yolks are still runny, 7-10 minutes.  Garnish with parsley..
  4. Since leftover eggs are just weird and I was the only one eating, I put 1/4 of the tomato chickpea sauce into a 14 oz ramekin, topped 1 oz crumbled feta and broke the egg over the top.  Then, I transferred the ramekin to the oven and baked for 7-10 minutes as per the previous instructions.  This way I could refrigerate the remaining sauce and make my eggs fresh each time.  This also makes for a great presentation!

I am submitting this to Weekend Herb Blogging hosted by Simona of Briciole.


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97 Responses to Poached Eggs in Tomato Sauce with Chickpeas, Feta and Swiss Chard…Eat.Live.Be

  1. Simply Life says:

    oh my, this looks amazing! Wow! You are FAST!!! You can definitely keep up that pace! Can’t wait to hear how training goes!

  2. I’m such a fan of the more common use these days of the egg in “unusual” dishes! This truly looks fabulous! You can totally do the NYC marathon this year under 4 hours! 😉

  3. First of all, love you! And wow we are so alike. But your PT is right, you are tiny!
    Second, love this recipe! Seriously, why am I not eating it now?

  4. Danielle says:

    I love this – I posted a similar dish a few weeks back. I love the individual servings, we made ours in a saute pan with 4 eggs.

  5. Looks like a nice treat!

    When u r overweight u dont realize u r fat. That might be true. when u r too thin u dont realize either u r. I did experience both extremes and one can only realize when u were tight jeans. 😉

  6. Patsyk says:

    I totally understand being hard on yourself… I’m the same way! I look back at photos when I was a good 20 pounds lighter and think I looked great… but, when I was there I thought I still needed to lose more. Our minds play major tricks on us.

    You had me at baked/poached eggs… love that!

  7. That is one delicious looking dish. I just love that it’s topped with the eggs, I want to dig right in.
    Good luck with your goal!

  8. Cara says:

    Did you make this especially for me? I think you did.

    We do the same with our shakshouka leftovers – refrigerate or freeze them without eggs so we can just add the egg fresh when we go to eat them 🙂

    By the way, I feel the same way when people tell me I’m “tiny” – it doesn’t seem to make total sense, but I’d be lying if I said it didn’t make me feel good!

  9. I understand what your saying about weight. For me, I look in the mirror and I still see that fat girl. My Husband complains I need to put weight on, my friends tell me I’m tiny, yet I don’t see it. When I go clothes shopping and I fit my butt in a size 2 or 4, I am shocked everytime, but why don’t we see it? I see the number creep up on the scale, and it freaks me out, like really freak out. I know I’m not fat, most likely gaining muscle from all the strength training (maybe a little pudge from the cookies) I’m doing, yet the number still freaks me out! Funny how our eyes only see what they want to see, it’s actually quite blinding.

    Your poached egg dish looks so good! I love eggs, it’s amazing of all the fun things we can do with eggs!

  10. sally says:

    Yum! I want to eat this dish right now for breakfast! Best of luck with your next marathon. I think you can do it in less than 4 hours.

  11. Mary says:

    This is one of those anytime dishes. It really sounds wonderful, Joanne. Thanks for the pep talk. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  12. I think it’s hard to see ourselves through others eyes. We’ll always be our own hardest critics. But I do believe in trying to shift that view to acceptance (not to be confused with giving up). I have a hard time of it since I still “want” to see the person I was ten or fifteen years ago in the mirror today. Sigh. Thanks for the reminder. This dish looks excellent!

  13. I know how you feel… I’m often hard on myself when it comes to weight, too. I think it’s a product of being a 20-something young wonam living in NYC who grew up watching (and wishing you were) Kelly Kapowski on TV.

    Anyway, this lunch looks DELICIOUS, and if it will also help me in the healthy eating department, then I’m sold!

  14. elly says:

    I’ve seen this recipe on a few blogs I love now, so I really think I need to try it. I tend to think chickpeas are just okay, and I’ve never been a runny egg fan (though I’m hoping to change that!) but I think it just needs to be done.

  15. Nothing is impossible in life if we believe in ourselves. I’m sure you can do it in your next run. Love the poached egg! Your lunch looks so yummy and nutritious!

  16. brocstar says:

    I probably would have cried, too… such an incredibly sweet and simple thing to say to somebody. Sometimes you don’t even realize how insecure you sound when you say things like that. It’s nice when somebody cares enough to catch it!

    I’ve been feeling “fat” for the past few months after the last marathon.. I’m just not letting myself get on the scale because I know it will only lead to agony. Not worth it! I just try to be the best each day.

  17. Kristen says:

    You are a great example to us. Thanks for the way you cheer us all on to better living.

  18. Kristin says:

    Oh yeah… I am totally on board! If I could make it RIGHT NOW I would but I don’t have half of the ingredients on hand. So… it looks like I will be taking a trip to the commissary! 🙂

  19. Amy says:

    We are our own worst critics, for sure. I’ll make a negative comment about myself and Paul will say, “Are we looking at the same person? You’re crazy.” So I’m here to say that to you. And since I’ve hugged you, and actually felt your small frame, I can say that! This looks delish! I love love love a sunny side up egg and lentils.

  20. Amy says:

    Chickpeas! I mean chickpeas! Which I also love. Although lentils in this…hm…

  21. i just learned to poach an egg as well!

  22. Jenna says:

    When I pulled up your post in my reader and saw the picture of the egg swimming in the tomato sauce, my eyes got wider. I can’t wait to try this! I’m putting it on the menu for next week. I’m a die-hard fan of eggs and sauce (especially over rice). And I’m glad you had a positive experience with your body-love, because we ARE too hard on ourselves. No more trash talk about our bodies, say I!

  23. Beth says:

    This post totally resonated with me. I feel like I’m balanced in so many ways, yet when it comes to my body I really have issues. I think people would be shocked if they knew how often I have negative thoughts about my body (and how negative they are). Thanks for the reminder to love myself as I am.

  24. I am pretty hard on myself too but learning to be more appreciative.
    This dish looks pretty amazing – I love all the ingredients: eggs, chickpeans, jalapenos, tomatoes, swiss chard. I would use the ramekin too, not just because I live by myself, but mostly because it’s just cuter 😉

  25. polwig says:

    Ohhhhh. It really is a balancing act with our bodies, when we are too big or too small and what is reality and what is our perception. JUST DO IT (since you on Nike slogans), we will all be cheering you on sidelines if not in NY then def in Boston.

  26. Love the individual servings. One more for my collection.

  27. when i saw the picture of a runny egg, i immediately clicked on your post… you see, seeing runny eggs especially on top of tomato sauce is my weakest point…
    this is something i would serve over and over at my dining table.

    to tell you honestly, i wish those words “you’re pretty tiny now” will be whispered to me haha but for now, I have to work on that… and i hope i will see the realization in this lifetime haha!
    enjoy the rest of the week.

  28. I had eggs en cocotte this morning. Very similar but sans chickpea. I have to say the rich tomato color is amazing and totally eye catching. Great healthy lunch choice Joanne. Great post as well. I think it will resonate with so many of us.

  29. Yes PLEASE. This post totally inspired me to bake an egg inside a ramekin with leftover tomato and bean soup (that thickened)!

  30. Elizabeth says:

    Love it. That is quite the phys therapist

  31. I have been really curious to try this since I saw something similar on another blog. This might be the inspiration I needed

  32. Erica says:

    This looks amazing! The egg looks perfect!!!!!Comforting breakfast dish!

  33. Julie says:

    omg i’ve been DYING to poach an egg in tomato sauce! haha i’ve never poached an egg to begin with but maybe i’ll just skip the preliminary poach and dive right into poach in marinara sauce haha

  34. vianney says:

    The older I get the better I am becoming my own cheering squad. Great post Joanne, lovely eats. still enjoying the avocado,dulce de leche muffins (adapted from you) they rock!

  35. Claudia says:

    Lovely post – in all ways – including the relationship with your doctor. The food is delicious – the sentiments expressed are so important. Body image and health or separate but intertwined. My business left me skewed in that regard and it pleases me to watch my children make healthier choices. And I’ve seen that recipe. And now am wondering why I haven’t made it – yet.

  36. Pierce says:

    Great Post. That deserved two capital letters (grin). You are very inspiring and yes, I know you didn’t write this for compliments. But you are. Inspiring. I don’t follow just anyone on Twitter you know!

    Best lunch you say? Well now I want to try that one. Looks hearty.

  37. SallyBR says:

    Joanne, I loved this post, and I want to tell you just one thing, and I hope you don’t get mad at me or think I’m trying to rain on your parade. There’s nothing wrong with trying to set a finish time in your mind for the marathon, but please, more than anything else, run for the pleasure…

    I made a few (ok, more than a few) mistakes in my running days, and if I could go back in time, I would leave my watch behind in 75% of my runs. Unfortunately, I cannot run long distance anymore, which makes me pretty frustrated sometimes (sigh)

    Back to food: this recipe is exactly the type of food I’ve been craving lately, love the idea of making the full amount of the tomato mix, and breaking the egg as you want to enjoy it…

  38. OohLookBel says:

    That’s a very inspiring story, nice work! I need to get back into the goodness of chickpeas, so this is an ideal recipe to do so. I CAN eat better!

  39. Sarah Caron says:

    Oh, you know how I love eggs. That looks amazing. And your story really struck a cord.

  40. What an inspiring post Joanne. I am one of those that {for some reason} will never be happy with the way they look. It’s an annoying trait of mine and I need to squash it. This post has helped and I love you because of it :). & This dish looks incredible!!

  41. Catherine says:

    Dear Joanne, wonderful advise. I do believe we are all beautiful. I have always believed that. From the inside out. And this dish looks beautiful too!!! Blessings my dear, Catherine.

  42. daphne says:

    It’s my kind of dish!

    On a personal note, I totally understand what you are saying. I feel exactly the same way. in fact, most times, I don’t trust myself..and despite the weighing scale and the image in photos, I still “see” myself as bigger than I am.. at least that is what friends and hubby usually say. But as long as I know I am trying to be healthy-eating right and exercising right (with interval exercises, resistance work and cardio), I know I have to trust I am on the right track. I hope you do too!

  43. Natalie says:

    i can’t even tell you how much i can relate to this post! as sad as i am that you too feel that way, it makes me feel a little better to know i’m not the only one with these type of struggles!

  44. Megan says:

    We are definitely all so hard on ourselves. It’s always so hard to remember to cut yourself a little slack though. That egg looks beautiful!

  45. Danielle says:

    Can I say one big ME TOO! In yoga tonight I was surprised to see just how tiny I look – then I shrugged and decided it must be a skinny mirror. I wish we could all just get over it – and you know EAT.LIVE.BE!

  46. Pam says:

    I am really hard on myself – I think we all are. This egg dish is screaming my name… totally drool worthy my friend.

  47. Reeni says:

    I’ve been wanting to make eggs poached in tomato sauce for the longest time! You’ve outdone yourself with the chickpeas and chard. . .and feta! Totally delicious! I understand where you’re coming from, all too well. . .

  48. Astra Libris says:

    Thank you for this wonderful post… Thank you for reminding me that I’m not alone in being hard on myself… and that we should all love ourselves and our bodies more! Why is it so hard to do, I wonder? Sigh. Sigh.

    And we should all instantly fall in love with this recipe… I sure have!! 🙂

  49. I couldn’t believe it when I read your title of this recipe today. 🙂 I have absolutely every ingredient on hand – even a whole lotta of chard in my garden. 🙂 So excited to try this! So happy for cheering on in my quest to heal and grow and strengthen. 🙂

  50. Allison says:

    This post just saved me from a yucky boring dinner. I had some homemade sauce so I did a basic spin. Yum. I want to try the real deal.

  51. Dear Joanne,

    I think your marathon times are really respectable. I have never done a full marathon but my half marathon I did years ago was just under 2 hours so I would be well over 4 hours for a full marathon 🙁

  52. Laura says:

    My family loves poached eggs with feta. I have never tried swiss chard with eggs. This recipe sounds incredible with lots of great flavors from the sauce! Oh and the pictures are making me hungry!

  53. oooohh, this looks amazing! Most of the stuff is in my’ve got me running out soon for fresh eggs!

  54. That Girl says:

    It’s funny – I think I look heavier than I actually am – or at least that’s how people picture me. Because without fail everytime I see someone I haven’t seen in a while they say “You look like you’ve lost weight.” And that’s never the case.

  55. Amy says:

    This is a great post, and I totally agree that we (especially women) are so hard on ourselves and have such a difficult time seeing what others see….

    I love any sort of hash, veggie combination that you can just bake or poach an egg on top of and call it breakfast or lunch. It’s great! This looks tasty!

  56. I feel huge and people tell me I’m tiny all the time too.

    Do you ever do spinning as cross training? I goobered up my knee in a bad setting in class and am wondering if it’s a good option–luckily hasn’t kept me from running!

  57. Oh man that looks so yummy!

    And I weigh more than I look too. I refer to it as being … “dense”. (Ya know, I’m a chemical engineer.)

  58. Amen to all of that! We need to be happy with who we are and I’d be really happy with that delicious poached egg dish.

  59. Just when I was about to give up on ever improving my running time, you go and inspire me to keep trying! I’m pretty inspired about this chickpea dish too. Looks amazing!

  60. Mary says:

    This looks wonderful! I love this whole post. Way to GO for pushing yourself and aiming high. I know you are going to do fabulously in November.

  61. gourmet eggs in purgatory…I LIKE! 🙂

  62. teresa says:

    amen and amen! i totally agree, i’ve had to tell myself this as i’ve increasingly scrutinized every imperfection lately.

    gosh i love this dish! it’s so beautiful and looks packed with flavor.

  63. Love this post! Great message Joanne! And great dish, my mouth is watering.

    Camila Faria

  64. Big Dude says:

    Now this is my kind of breakfast.

  65. Joanne, this looks like a wonderful brekkie or lunch or dinner!! Sometimes it is nice when you can reflect all the goodness in your life, instead of everything you would rather be fixing. 🙂

  66. Perfect!!!!
    This looks wonderful, I love chickpeas, eggs and everything in this delicious goodness…

    Enjoyed reading your post, its strange but true. we spent most of our times thinking n fixing flaws which sometime don’t even exist. It is nice to pamper and embrace ourself for what we are.

  67. Jeanette says:

    Loving this series of posts – great reminders! I could eat this for breakfast!!

  68. Carolyn Jung says:

    I think women, especially, have a hard time wrapping their minds around what they really look like. I, too, often get people describing me as “tiny,” when I feel far from that. LOL But if they see me that way, I won’t complain. 😉

  69. beti says:

    I often feel the same, right when I began with gymnastics I started to feel fat but actually my whole body was changing I was like crazy but now I love my body more than ever but I’m always aware of the food I eat

  70. Go on with your awesome self! Good luck with marathon training – just take it one step at a time, and before you know it, you’re there!

    Oh…the poached eggs are looking fine, too.

  71. Nicole says:

    You can DO IT! Why not set your goals high?! The only thing standing in your way is your perception of what you can do. You’re even more capable than you think you are!

    If you’re ever looking for a Central Park running buddy, let me know!

    PS there is something about tomato sauce and feta that gets me very excited. And then there’s chickpeas and chard and a fried egg, too? That sounds like an incredible combination.

  72. Dude, I say go for the 3:34. I’m a fan of setting high goals. You can do it! 🙂

    As for the recipe… I’m kinda scared of poached eggs. I’m not a big egg fan as it is, but there’s something about poached that scares me. However.. the hubs just looked over my shoulder and requested this for Saturday morning. Looks like I’m about to learn to poach stuff… 😉

  73. Sometimes being hard on ourselves is so discouraging. I’m so hard on myself sometimes I give up on things because I can’t do them perfectly. It’s crazy!

    I just love the egg on top of that recipe! Looks delicious!

  74. Christine says:

    What kind of feta do you use? Seems there’s quite a variety out there. A friend of mine introduced me to French feta at a nearby Armenian market and love it. The stuff in a regular grocery store pales by comparison. This dish looks yummy and so easy (minus the peppers)… 🙂 Good luck on the training! You’ll do great!

  75. peachkins says:

    What an inspiring post and a beautiful dish! I am 5 days to Hip Hop Abs and I will keep on going until I reach my goal weight..

  76. sofia says:

    lady, i hear you. this type of incessant criticism is hard to overcome, but in time the voices (aka negative BS talk) will quiet themselves. keep on cookin’ on, friend 🙂

  77. Norma Chang says:

    Nice presentation with the poach egg on top. My Swiss chard did not grow well last year, hopefully they will grow better this year.
    Good luck with your marathon training I am sure you will succeed.

  78. Yummy…what awesome clicks!

  79. This looks like something that would be on my blog––chickpeas, chard, onion, garlic, olive oil, spices… mmm

  80. Hands down best blog post that I have read in 2012. Reassurance in an area that I think everyone needs every once in awhile, if not on a daily basis AND a recipe that just moved to the top of my must-make list…perfect!

  81. i feel the same way sometimes. i am just hoping i can run my marathon (my first! eek!) between 4-5 hours. you can do it girl!

  82. Deborah says:

    I think everyone needs to read this. I know that as women, especially, we are too hard on ourselves. I was with a group of bloggers just before Christmas, and while talking to one, she commented that I had lost weight and that I had a “cute little body.” No one has ever told me that before, and it’s amazing how much that one comment has had an impact on how I look at myself. Am I where I want to be? No, but I’m getting there, and that’s ok. Being hard on myself isn’t going to get me to my goal any faster. If anything, it will slow me down.

    And this dish… I have a slight obsession to anything with eggs, and this is pure deliciousness.

  83. Lea Ann says:

    That’s a gorgeous first photo Joanne and a great post. I weigh more than I look … but that’s because I camouflage so well with clothes.

  84. Chris says:

    I’ve been slim my whole life and in the past year have added a few pounds (less than 5). Alexis keeps getting mad when I say “I’m so fat” but when you are skinny like you and me, just a few extra pounds shows very quickly. Or maybe it is just in our heads? 😉

    I like the baked egg dish, I’ve been doing quite a few of those. I bet blackening and peeling the jalapeno would kick the smoke flavor up a bit. Mmmmmmm.

  85. This dish is screaming my name! I adore eggs every which way, and this is such a great combo of healthy and rich and tasty and filling. I love your attitude and your recipe!

  86. Johanna GGG says:

    amazing how the mind plays games with us about our weight – good luck with believing in yourself – I don’t see you enough to know how skinny or fat you are but I can tell from this blog that you are very talented and that counts for a lot more than a few extra kilos

  87. I’ve seen dishes with poached eggs on them like this but have yet to try them. I think it’s the undercooked yolk that freaks me out. Looks pretty though. Love your inspirational posts like this. 🙂

  88. Esi says:

    Some of my favorite foods in one delicious package.

  89. You reeled me in with the runny egg. This looks amazing! 😉

  90. I look at old photos of myself and wonder how I didn’t know I was cute back then. And I have to keep telling my daughter, who avoids the camera altogether, what a knockout she is.
    I don’t know what distorts our image so, but the distortion seems bigger when we are younger.
    Anyhoo – I am with Deb – love the runny egg on top of all that veggie goodness!

  91. Simona says:

    I am totally with you on the runny egg yolk. It’s one of the simplest yet deepest pleasures at the table. Even color-wise it certainly adds to the dish. Thank you so much for your contribution to WHB!

  92. Shannon says:

    we are so hard on ourselves, it’s true, we need to give ourselves a break! this is a winner of a dish, just like you 🙂

  93. brandi says:

    wowza this looks good. red sauce + eggs is always a good idea.

  94. Nicole says:

    Oh my goodness, great minds! Last week i was trying to make a polenta lasagna, but didn’t have the right pan (i was in a corp apt) – so i decided to make a sort of mush and attempt to “simmer”/”poach” eggs in it. Took about forever to make, but it was amazing! I want to try yours next!

  95. Kevin says:

    I could definitely go for this for breakfast!

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