I am currently on a bit of a health-kick which means I'm trying to make it to the gym more often, curbing my alcohol consumption (don't worry...just for the month of January), and hunting for recipes that are lower in calories yet still taste delicious. This recipe is a review from my latest 'new fave' cookbook, The Flat Belly Diet by Liz Vaccariello. After making this I would recommend some slight modifications. One of the changes is inspired by a trip to San Francisco last summer where vast quantities of Dim Sum and beef in lettuce cups were consumed. The cookbook recommends using Boston lettuce but at City View Restaurant, where our Dim Sum feast took place, the beef was served in iceberg lettuce leaves, neatly trimmed with pinking shears. The perfect zigzagged edge made for a great presentation but I also recommend Iceberg as it is more cup-like, making it less likely that the filling will spill out on to your new sweater. Iceberg lettuce also provides a crispier, crunchier texture than Bibb or Boston lettuce. The second modification that I would highly recommend is upping the spice-factor by adding chili flakes, hot sauce (such as sriracha or sambal olek), or spicy garlic chili paste. Since I like it hot, I used all three!