This post is a continuation of the Monday Munchies series where I show everything I eat over the course of single day. Why did I title this post “the forgotten day”? Because I have no idea which day this is. I found the pictures on my camera and POOF! here we are.
So far my plan to pay more attention to, well, anything has disappeared faster than Maddie when she hears me pick up the nail clippers.
Breakfast at some indeterminate time, but probably between 7 and 8 am because that’s when I usually break the nightly fast because I’m a dietitian – duh – and I know eating at similar times helps me prevent overeating and just makes me feel danged better in general and oh my gracious can this not-quite-sentence get any longer?:
Bircher museli with 1/2 banana, raspberries and chia seeds. Served with coffee and a little skim milk.
Raspberries, how I adore thee,
in my Bircher muesli.
As on this day, Peter and I split a plate of tomato, mozzarella and basil. We’re growing three kinds of basil – can you spot them all?
Leftover steamed broccoli topped with way too much hot sauce. The sauce was made by Peter’s brother, Dave (of “Death Sauce” fame).
I also tried a few bites of a locally-made hot dog:
Sorry. There’s literally no way to make a hot dog look attractive.
Post lunch peach:
This was the day we ate the farro salad for which I posted a recipe last week. Served with local tenderloin over sauteed kale.
To end: homemade peach ice cream.
Q: How was your weekend? I watched the 2004 version of Phantom of the Opera over the weekend, and I thought it was … okay. A bit creepy. That hasn’t stopped me from singing “Think of Me” repeatedly, which must be nearly as annoying as when I used to sing The Sound of Music songs over and over. Also, I’m firmly in the alto range, which, if you know anything about this Phantom of the Opera song, means a tragedy every time I open my mouth.
P.S. Bonus pic! I did a demo of grilled fruit over Greek yogurt during my open hours at Strawberry Fields. Despite the drizzly weather, customers turned out to enjoy the naturally sweet treat. I hope some of them will try grilling fruit on July 4th!