Happy What I Ate Wednesday. Hope you’re having a good week so far. Mine has been the kind of busy that feels like living three different lives, but in a good way.
For this week’s edition of this “what I ate” link-up I thought I’d share another Saturday with you, only instead of a day at the hospital or a lazy-ish spring day, I have some pictures from my little trip to the suburbs last weekend. Friday night was the mindful cooking class I co-taught out there, and Saturday was a mix of clients, mani-pedis with my mom, and some other family stuff before heading back to the city for a relaxing night of organizing and home-decorating—aka finally dealing with frames I’ve been meaning to change the pictures in for years. What used to hold X-Rays of my once D-deficient skeleton (long story) now holds pictures of cherry blossoms. Here’s one:
So yeah. Trading in old pictures of bones for pictures of pretty things in bloom probably means I’ve officially turned in my Hipster ID card, but then, it’s not like a Hipster ID card comes with any perks like special discounts on important life stuff.
But right, you’re here for the food-stuffs. Anyway.
Breakfast: I couldn’t decide if I wanted leftover lamb for breakfast or oatmeal, so I decided to do both. Whenever I experiment with new food concoctions, I tell myself that if I hate it, I never have to make it again. This was actually really good, if splendidly ugly:
In case you’re curious, that’s oats and flax with egg white cooked in. I topped the bowl with baby kale, a small piece of lamb, and a dollop of plain Greek yogurt. I sprinkled paprika on top because I couldn’t not. Strange as this was, I’d make it again.
Lunch: Sashimi lunch box at a sushi place near the salon my mom and I went to. Totally hit the spot.
Snacks: Later in the afternoon I had an apple and then a serving of dry-roasted edamame on the bus back to the city. I didn’t take a picture though because I had someone next to me.
Dinner: I grabbed a container of this Rustic Slow Cooker Chicken with Tomato & Olives from the freezer and thawed it in the microwave. I added steamed kale and parmesan and called it dinner. Oh, and I had a glass of white wine. I am very glad to have been turned onto Touraine, a more affordable but still delicious alternative to Sancerre. It’s basically the next town over so very similar. If you like sauvignon blanc, you’ll probably like it. Anyway.
Bedtime Snack: A sliced banana with a tsp of peanut butter. Forgot to take a picture because I was so tired, but I’m sure you can use your imagination.
What was the best thing you ate last weekend? Do you have any wine recommendations for me?
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