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Hope you had a lovely Wednesday!
I am definitely beginning to feel the stress of moving!
My to do list is growing by the second.
Oh well, right? Ten days from now and I will be on holidays
wait for it….
1 cup of almond milk
2 rings of pineapple
1 frozen peach
1 scoop of vanilla isoflex
1 tsp bee pollen
Right after breaky I got straight to work on making some nut butters. I made Ashley’s salt kissed pecan butter and then a hazelnut chocolate kind with vanilla and chia seeds.
chocolate chia hazelnut butter
The dynamic duo
I packed for the next 3 hours. Organized, cleaned and packed. Fun stuff.
I took a break for lunch and made Gina’s crepes!!
THEY ARE INSANE.
I big red heart them to pieces.
I couldn’t decide on sweet or savory cuz I love both, so I had both
I rolled one up with raspberry jam and the salt kissed pecan butter
and these two had sauteed zucchini, green pepper, shallots and broccoli with a teeny bit of pesto.
Laughing Cow sauce of 2 wedges, 1/4 cup almond milk, salt, pepper and tons of green onions
Gina is a for real food genius. These are ridiculously amazing.
Soooo easy and sooo versatile.
I also had a small bowl of leftover potato soup on the side.
with goat chedda and sriarcha.
While I was eating I did a little bit of lurkwork and came across this post by Lisa. I love her blog and this post was fantastic. So open and honest. It inspired me to give you a little random fun fact about me.
If you really knew me you would know that I am a notorious shower singer. I belt like a Grammy winner when no one is home!
Some of my favorites include:
Anyone else have terrible taste in music? LOL
For supper tonight Andrew’s grandparent’s took us out to celebrate Andrew’s birthday. His actual birthday isn’t until the 3rd of August but because we will be gone they decided to take us out tonight.
We went to The Cave and I had a 1/2 order of greek salad and bruschetta.
Imagine them because I didn’t snap any photos!
I did manage to take a picture of his sweeet grandparents though
They are just amazing.
A picture of me and the birthday boy was also taken
Unfortunately, I’m awfully unphotogenic.
When we got home I was still kind of hungry so I had another slice of bruschetta and some steamed broccoli and carrots with a blob of mustard for dipping.
Kind of a strange dessert, no?
Well I’m kind of a strange girl
I should probably get to bed.
Lots more packing tomorrow and I’m heading out to the Berry Barn for breakfast with Andrew’s mom in the morning!
I know you’ve been missing Beasley pics so here’s a couple to make YOU smile
It’s already 11:45pm and I’m just posting now. ARG.
Damn being a night owl.
I did have a really lax day though (prob not the best idea when we need to be moved out of our house in 5 ish days!!) but it sure felt good
I woke up at the crack of 10am and got right to lurkwork.
Yes that’s right. I named my addiction. Sounds important now, yeah?
While I was working I slurped on a smoothie.
1 cup almond milk
1 frozen peach
1 scoop of vanilla isoflex
2 ice cubes
I bookmarked about a 1000 new recipes and got the googs down to about 700. Wooop!
Just when I planned to take Beasley out for a jog it started to rain. Saskatoon weather is crazy lately! Rain, sun, rain, rain, rain, rain. COME ON MOTHER NATURE!!
Instead of working out I decided to get started on lunch instead.
Healthy Garden Potato Soup
1 1/2 tsp extra virgin olive oil
1 shallot, diced
1 bulb of fresh garlic, minced
1 cup of sliced carrots
6 large stalks of rainbow swiss chard (spinach, kale or green beans would work too)
1 lb of new potatoes, quartered
2 cups of veggie broth
1/2 cup water
3/4 cup almond milk (or regular milk)
1 tbsp fresh basil, torn
salt and pepper
Heat olive oil over medium heat and add shallot and garlic. Cook for about 3 minutes and then add carrots and potatoes. Cook for about 1 minute and then add broth, water, salt, pepper and basil. Bring to a boil and turn temp to low, cover and simmer for 15-20 minutes, until veggies are soft. Add in chard during last 5 minutes. Pour half of soup into blender or food processor and blend until smooth. Pour back into pot. If you don’t like your soup chunky, blend the whole batch of soup. Top with goat chedda, more pepper and some hot saucce if you’re so inclined.
My fave thing about this soup was that everything came from either my mom’s garden or the farmer’s market.
Oh, and obviously the goat chedda.
The rest of the afternoon was spent mindlessly looking through cookbooks and mags, trying to figure out what to take and what to toss. I packed one box. Ha. But I did get all the laundry finished
When Andrew got home from work we went and picked up a Magic Bullet so we can still have smoothies on our holiday.
I would love to take the Kitchenaid but she’s kind of a husky beast. Bullet is a little more practical.
Ander made supper while I watched Pretty Little Liars.
He had a burger and smoothie (obsessed much?) and I had a gigantic salad with organic mixed greens and kale from ma mama’s garden, grilled salmon, kamut and spelt prepared salad, sliced pickles and cucumbers and topped with raspberry vinaigrette and sunflower sprouts.
Need to learn how to make kamut and spelt salad ASAP.
I’ve been snacking on some cherries
and a piece of toast with raspberry jam and earth balance.
That about brings us to right now.
My eyes are closing again as I’m typing so like ushe, I’m off to bed! (Well, check facebook and email first of course )
On the food agenda for tomorrow ~ these beautiful crepes! Not sure if they’re going to be for breakfast or lunch yet.
What do you like better? Sweeeeeet or savorrrrry?
Oh and if you were thinking about getting me a gift (or someone else in your life…..) I would like a few of these please!
Or one of these
Hope everyone had a great weekend and the week is starting well!
I was a sick kid on sat night/sunday for some reason. Not pukey sick, just felt like my stomach found a new home in my throat.
Yuck, right? Anyway I’m over it and the last couple days have been great!
I left you off with some farmers market goodies and I used them to make supper.
We had pita pizzas brushed with organic truffle oil
This stuff is TASTY. Like wow. I kept the rest of the pizza pretty simple so I could taste the oil so on top went fresh basil, tomato slices, pineapple, red pepper, red onion and goat chedda.
Baked in the oven at 400F for about 15-20 minutes.
Andrew’s had pizza sauce and salami
Fresh basil is amazing on pizza but pineapple is my absolute fave pizza topping.
I also took a London Fog latte to keep me awake
Sunday was kind of a lame food day for me because I wasn’t feeling that well. Not a complete write off because I still had an appetite, but nothing exciting.
Breakfast/Lunch was 2 egg whites with basil and organic ketchup and 1/2 a bran muffin with Earth Balance.
I slept tons and drank a lot of peppermint and ginger tea for my stomach and by about 8pm I was hungry again.
I made some bulgar and mixed it with a stir fry of snap peas, pineapples and onions with a sauce of Braggs (you could use soy sauce) balsamic vinegar and red pepper flakes.
I also had a salmon skewer. Obviously supper was eaten in my lap while I was curled up on the couch. All meals should be eaten like this when you’re sick
I missed breakfast yesterday because I was in such a hurry to get to my nail appointment. Not smart, I know. I had this when I pit stopped at home for 20 min.
bowl of organic grapes and a piece of The Big 16 bread with raspberry jam and almond butter.
My dad was in the city and was stopping by to drop off some sweet things from my mom (pics tomorrow if it’s not raining) and I had the pleasure of making him supper to go! I made him a pita pizza, granola for a snacker at my brother’s ball game and some Peanut Butter Brown Rice Crunch Bars. I subbed almonds and almond butter for the peanuts/peanut butter and threw some chia seeds and hemp hearts on top. They are aahmazing.
Suuuuuupper was fish stick salad. Creative, I know. It blows my mind too. I used mahi mahi and panko with italian herbs and baked them at 400F for 20 minutes, flipping them once. I tossed it with the hummy mustard sauce with relish.
There was 1/4 of an avocado and some baby cukes in there too.
After supper we went for an 1 1/2 walk/jog around the neighborhood. It was beautiful out and I got to wear some of my new clothes from Lululemon!!! Boooyah!
Hmmm, blue much? I didn’t even notice!
Andrew also bought me a new water bottle.
When we got home from our jog I had a crazzzzzy SNACK ATTACK.
steamed broccoli with Braggs, rice parmesan and hot sauce, organic grapes, The Big 16 bread with a Laughing Cow and a piece of Peanut Butter Brown Rice Crunch bar.
This morning I made a point not to skip breakfast. I hardly ever do that, but when I do it fees like I am paying for it all day. I attempted to make a banana split but it didn’t really turn out that way.
banana split FAIL
I made scottish oats but this time I halved the recipe and poured it on top of half a banana. I topped it with granola, almond butter + almond milk, and organic raspberry jam. It was still delicious.
I had to make a bunch of sushi for a girl at work so I made a couple of extra rolls for Andrew and I for lunch.
shredded carrots, avocado, cucumbers and black sesame seeds
Suuupper was yam falafels, homemade tzatziki, 1/2 a pita, and pasta salad.
The yam falafels recipe is right here, the tzatziki recipe was scribbled in my recipe book and I have no idea where it came from. The pasta salad had fresh dill, tomatoes, cucumbers and goat chedda with a vinaigrette of garlic, truffle oil, vinegar, lemon juice, salt and pepper.
We just got back from a walk and I am EXHAUSTED! I feel like all my posts have been rushed and shitty lately but I’m trying to find a time that is good for me and not at midnight or later every night! I haven’t even had any time to do any reading… Sooon peeps, sooon. Things will gel like crazy ’round here. Promise.
My smile of the day is:
I’m sure everyone has seen the video of the girl that likes everything (you live under a rock if you haven’t lol) so the other day when I was feeling particularly craaptacular, Andrew sang me the song changing the lyrics to “I like my girlfriend, I like my house, I like my dog, I like my guitar….etc”. You get the picture. It was super cute and definitely made my day Obviously a lot funnier to me…..
I also have sweet Bizzle pics:
Hey!! Sorry again for my MIAness.
Computes and I have been having a little break.
Break was obvi short lived, but I am working night shifts now…so you know the deal.
I’ve decided to bore you to death with pics of the same breakfast I have had for the past 5 straight days. Scottish oats and I have been having a seeeeriously long love affair. Time to take a break I think.
oats by the computer
with granola, crofters jam and a blob of almond hazelnut butter
oats on the coffee table
swirled with crofters jam and almond butter
same toppings as before.
Soooo moving onto nonoatmeal meals…..
lunch on thursday was a kale salad with grilled corn on the cob, baby cucumbers, avocado, goat chedda, pickles and a bunch of other stuff. Massaged into the kale was some roasted red pepper dressing and ranch on top.
I was faaamished when I got home from work and luckily I have a frickin awesome other half. He made me curry for supper!! His very own recipe he says. I know that he used cauliflower, peas, onions and almond milk with garam masala, curry powder and cayenne but other than that I have no clue what was in this.
I also had a side of brown rice
For dessert I had banana ice cream. I’m not sure where I first got this recipe from (I’m about 98% it was from Gena’s amazing blog) but I make sure to ALWAYS have frozen bananas now.
I mixed one banana with a tsp of almond butter and a tbsp of chia seeds.
More granola went on top.
Yesterday I had a lunch date and forgot my camera I swear if I had the big honkin’ photo geek camera that I want I would never forget it at home. One day.
Supper last night was leftovers/clean out the fridge night.
leftover curry, chili and with half an Ezekiel english muffin with raspberry jam and a laughing cow.
This was definitely the highlight.
Today we went to the farmers market!!! YAY!! It was awesome. SOMEONE forgot her camera again though. Jeeez. We bought lots of goodies and had a little snacker plate from a new cafe to the market. I got roped into buying some nuts that I couldn’t even test myself because I was wearing my Invisalign braces. The salesman was BOLD! He kept making jokes about “his nuts”. It was funny but after a few too many nut jokes I almost starting feeling uncomfortable. So I bought the stupid nuts. Damn. I need to learn to say no.
woop woop! Market loot.
homemade hot salsa
organic truffle oil
marinated veggie salad
raw goat cheese
I have looked every where in the city for raw goat cheese. Insanely excited.
Boo yah! We had to go to the Bulk Cheese Warehouse to get it but I don’t mind. I love finding new cheeses. Goat cheddar is definitely my favorite. Or applewood smoked cheddar. Yuuuum!
Andrew and I took the pup for a looong walk when we got home since it was so nice out. And then I came home and did my usual 20 minute HIIT on the treadmill.
I tossed my marinated veggies on some spinach and added 1/4 of an avocado for lunch.
Sorry this post is crazy rushed but I still have to shower, make supper and get my ass to work for 7pm. And it’s almost 5pm. So much for a nap!!
Byeeeesss!! Hope you are having a super fabulous weekend!!
Can’t wait to catch up and read some blogs on Monday when I’m on days off
Smile of the day
Happy long weekend!!
Did you guys miss me??
I sure missed you
Three night shifts make it a little bit hard to blog though!
But it didn’t stop me from taking lots of pics!!
1 hemp plus waffle, 2 scrambled egg whites, maple syrup and organic ketchup. With 1/2 an orange on the side.
Salad with spinach, asparagus, potatoes, onions, feta, and hummus. Small bowl of butternut squash soup.
It rained almost all day on Thursday. And then it started to hail!
Those vehicles had to pull over because it was coming down so hard! Lol and some kid on a bike got pelted! I felt so bad for him!
Mixed organic greens and arugula, fishy sticks, avocado, goat chedda and red peppers.
The dressing was HEABs faaaaabulous hummy dressing with some relish mixed in. So gourmet
We had two birthdays at work this week! So we celebrated on our first night shift!
We had rhubarb crisp, brownies and vanilla ice cream.
Scottish oats with almond cashew butter, strawberries, granola. YUUUUUM!!
Mountain wrap with amy’s veggie burger, spinach, cucumbers, pineapple and hummas. Snap peas and butternut squash soup, too.
Whole wheat bow ties, organic tomato and basil pasta sauce with broccoli, garlic, mushrooms and edamame beans.
Topped with nutritional yeast.
and for a snack I took 1/2 an orange, some strawberries and cherries.
I got called in for overtime on Saturday night and I didn’t have any time to eat breakfast. So I made a lunch/supper combo
Spinach with leftover pasta, avocado, cucumbers, red peppers and mushrooms.
The hummy mustard dressing with relish.
Andrew’s cousin came over for supper and brought an awesome tofu dish and Andrew made a ginger stirfry.
This was sooooo goood!! Tofu and I aren’t always one, but this was frickn’ awwweseome.
I also made some more muffs for the work peeps!
The platoon I worked with last night is the best!! If I had get transferred to a different shift, I would definitely want to go there
We had kind of lupper with my parents today who are in the city for my aunt and uncle’s anniversary. We went to Las Palapas again and it was really goood. I am just starting to get hungry now and it’s been about 4 1/2 hours and Andrew is making french onion soup
There is a few things that I want to talk about tomorrow so PLEASE COME BACK!!
I am trying to channel SUMMER over here even though it has been raining for the past couple days!
I hope your weekend has been filled with sunshine!
See you tomorrow!
Did u have a good day?
It was hhhhhooootttt here today! Like 28C/82F.
Beasley and I spent the whole day outside being bums.
We had breakfast outside, too.
Strawberry Vanilla Rhubarb Smoothie
3/4 cup frozen strawberries
1/2 cup frozen rhubarb
1/2 scraped out vanilla bean
1 cup of almond milk
1 juiced orange
xanthan gum (optional)
Mix everything together in the blender. Drrrrink up!
Beasley had to examine the empty glass
I read a bunch of cookbooks and the new Loulou magazine.
They did a piece on my little city! I was so excited to see this. Because Loulou is a Canadian magazine they are always doing feature pieces for shopping in a different city. I have looonged to see little old Saskatoon in the mag and I finally got to! YAY!
Please ignore my creepy shadow.
Lunch was eaten outside as well – I don’t usually like eating outside because of all the bugs but I just couldn’t bring myself to sit inside today.
Goat chedda slices, half a red pepper, red pepper hummus and about 1/3 cup leftover baked beans.
We had almost no food in our fridge (obvious by my leftovers lunch) so we made a big grocery shopping trip.
I was sooo hungry when we got home so supper was kind of made on the fly.
Homemade Annie’s macaroni made with Happy Herbivore’s low fat vegan nacho sauce and broccoli. A HUUUGE salad with roasted onions, asparagus, mushrooms, baked goat cheese discs and a tiny piece of cranberry walnut purple wheat bread.
That sauce is sooo goood! I’m planning on eating it tomorrow it for lunch too
The cheese was sliced into thin discs, dipped in an egg and then some panko bread crumbs with italian seasoning. They are baked in the oven on parchment paper for 15 minutes at 400F, flipped half way through.
We took Beasley for a walk after supper and then came home and had dessert.
I bought cherries today at the grocery store and I couldn’t be more excited!! I look every time we go to the store and have been going through a super withdrawal all winter! Soooo I had some on top of my carrot cake ice cream and the last of the millet puff bars.
Okay it’s back to work tomorrow so I should get to bed. It’s a sweatmess in here so hopefully I’ll be able to get some sleep!
See you tomorrow!!
PS. Thanks for all your sweet comments! They totally make my day ♥
I feel like a person that works at a normal job this week!
I am working Monday-Thursday. Still 12s though.
I start my training tomorrow!!!!!
And then I’m back on CPIC on Wednesday for night shifts!!
We were going to have a “Good Riddance” party if I was switching platoons, but because I’m not I was thinking we should have a “You Can’t Get Rid of Me” party instead!! I should PROBABLY bring my faves some treats for night shifts
Guess who made an appearance this morning??
an overnight oats monster!! I tried to give her bangs
the toppings were: Saskatoon berries, almond butter, granola, craisins.
the inards were: 1/4 cup oats, 1 tbsp chia seeds, 1/4 cup almond milk, 1 yogurt.
all smooshed together
For my lunch I packed up a HUUUGE salad.
It have everything in my fridge in it. Almost.
Organic greens, dill, red peppers, mushrooms, olives, artichokes, goat chedda, onions, grape tomatoes and 2 egg whites.
I topped it with the best dressing in the world. It will never get old.
I also steamed some broccoli and cauliflower for a snack. Topped it with rice parm and hot sauce.
I was running late so a few snacks escaped my camera.
3 triscuits, a cheese string and a pear. They were all great
After work I did the 30 day Shred again.
I did it alone this time so that Andrew could finish making supper haha.
Beasley tried to do level 1 but Jillian is just too tough for him.
He is so crazy.
Andrew made the best supper ever!!
I wanted to eat all the leftovers but figured I should save some for lunch tomorrow.
He got the recipe from the new Vegetarian Times magazine. WOWZA.
Hawaiian-style Sweet-and-Sour Roasted Pineapple and Bell Peppers
I had it with about 1/3 cup brown rice, some spinach, veggie burger with mustard and hot sauce, and 1/2 of a Mountain bread organic wrap with a light laughing cow.
My stomach is so happy and so full.
And now I must sleep.
445am comes sooooo early!!
Hope you guys had a great day and have a super tomorrow!!
Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there!
(Fur moms count too!)
Did you guys have a good weekend?
Mine was pretty dece
Yesterday for breakfast I had muesli!
Which I haven’t had in forever! Sooo good.
I think it was about 1/3 cup muesli, 1/2 cup of almond milk and 1 tbsp of cashew butter.
We did some grocery shopping at Costco and then at Co-op.
I picked up a treat at each place.
Next to homemade hummus this is totally my favorite. Clearly evident by the massive tub I got
I also got these chippers
They are made in Canada and taste AAAMAZING!! There is like 170 cal per 20 chips. LOOOOVE THEM!
I had them for lunch with a salad I picked up from Co-op. The bomb salad. It has some bean salad, greek salad, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, bean sprouts, carrots, and some nuts. It’s just out of this world.
No need for dressing.
Rock salt and vinegar chips with a cheese string.
After lunch we took Beasley for a walk and then we had a nap.
I fell asleep reading blogs haha.
Supper was made and eaten in a hurry.
Another “born yesterday” bun smothered in hummus and relish with a piece of mahi mahi baked with chili powder and paprika, 1/2 an orange and the rest of my salad.
We went over to my cousin’s for a games night after supper and it was so much fun. There was about 9 of us and we played Boulderdash. I had never played before and it was super funny but I am terrible at it! The story of a man and his pig was all I could come up with for a movie script. And everyone knew it was mine
Have you ever played Boulderdash??
I snacked on too much last night! Like waaay too many snacks haha.
We had a huge fruit tray with dip, licorices, cheezies, and hickory sticks.
And maybe some frozen yogurt and more chips when I got home
I woke up today and took Beasley for a walk first thing.
Along our walk I came across these beautiful violets.
I used to get them for my mom when I was little for mother’s day and couldn’t believe when I found one today.
I stuck it in her card and sent it home with my brother.
For breakfast I made a smoothie of strawberries, 1/2 a frozen banana, freshly squeezed orange juice, a handful of spinach and some xanthan gum. I tossed some granola on top for a little crunch.
My mom sent me an awesome book!
And while I was flipping through it I came across this page
Did anyone know this???? I had no idea. I always yank out too much tinfoil. NOT ANYMORE.
For luunch I had a barbequed veggie burger with mustard, hummus, cottage cheese and triscuits.
It was so simple but so perfect.
Then it was BATH TIME for Beasley!!
He’s been smelling pretty stanky lately
Hahaha omg I just love that face.
Andrew did the 30 day Shred with me today! It was awesome. I would rather work out with someone then alone and he is such a good workout buddy. We were both sweeeeeating!! And almost late for supper.
We went to Andrew’s parent’s house for Mother’s Day supper tonight and we brought a salad with organic greens with dill, red peppers, goat chedda, mushrooms and onions. And we made some spinach and artichoke dip cups. Supper was so amazing. We had salad, roasted potatoes and carrots, salmon skewers and garlic bread. Andrew’s sister-in-law made death by chocolate for dessert. I almost died. I wanted to eat the whole bowl, but I refrained. Barely No pics though! So sorry!!
Okay, it is totally bed time now!
It’s back to work tomorrow for me and I need my beauty sleep.
Sweeet dreams bloggiessss!
See ya tomorrow!
Today is a GREAT day!!
Booya!! My term ended at the end of January and I had to go back to my home position. Not cool.
But I’m baaack now!
And I get to stay with my platoon, which is uber duber exciting!!
I love all the girls I work with.
And I have a SPECTACULAR supervisor
Life is goood!!!
I’ve also had some awwwesome eats too in the last 2 days.
Breakfast on Tuesday was eaten on the prison plate.
I couldn’t decide on what I wanted so I had everything I wanted
walnuts, salt n pepper pistachios, half a nan with almond butter, frozen grapes, frozen raspberries and blueberries and half a grapefruit. Perfect.
Lunch was yummy yummy.
Squirrley bread, egg + egg white, swiss chard, veggie burger, salsa and goat chedda.
I made a few snackies for work
popcorn with earth balance and nutritional yeast
steamed carrots (my favorite as of late)
and a mango
Supper was just a simple pasta with edamame beans, leeks, garlic and organic pasta sauce. Swiss chard on the side.
I ate everything pictured
I woke up at around 3pm on Wednesday and even though I had to work my last night shift, I still celebrated CINCO DE MAYO!!
I topped it with salsa and hot sauce
which I apparently didn’t take a picture of ?
when I got to work I mixed in some corn coleslaw.
Before that beaut I made protein pancakes!
This time I added 1 tbsp of almond butter, an extra 1 tbsp of almond milk and 1 1/2 tsp chia seeds.
I topped it with vanilla frozen yogurt and blueberries!!
Don’t judge me
I could only eat about half of these but they were soo good! It was like having dessert for breakfast!!
I snacked tons last night.
We went to Booster Juice and I got the snacksize Terminator. I wanted 10 of them.
I left at 2am because I had a nail appointment and I didn’t want to be a zombie all day on no sleep.
I looooove this color. She mixed two colors together to get this one and it just feels so summery.
I stopped at Indigo on my way home and bought a bunch of cards, two magazines and a new cookbook!
So excited to read this. I flipped through and saw that it is split up into sections of spring, summer, fall and winter. I love eating food that is in season so I’m sure this book is going to be great.
We had Wok Box for supper tonight because when I got home from shopping I was STARVING!! I hadn’t eaten anything yet today and did not feel like cooking. I ordered the Jungle Curry with no meat, rice or noodles. I made a side salad with grape tomoatoes, romaine and feta with a crunched up triscuit and balsamic dressing.
After supper we went to Jerry’s for ice cream. They have way too many choices so I got two. Peanut butter chocolate and key lime pie.
I also got to have a sweet phone date with my best friend Paige. I MISS HER!!
I am off all weekend from work! YAY!! Andrew and I have plans to go for an early morning walk/run with Bizzle and then who knows.
I’m off to bed!
There’s a new mooostache in town.
More on that later.
Happy May 1!!
Hope you’re having a great weekend so far!
I took last night off from posting so I’ll be playing a little bit of catch up tonight
Yesterday morning I got up fairly early to make granola bars for a SMALL TOWN BLOOGER MEET UP with this coolio girl.
I had a pretty light breakfast because I knew we were going to one of my favorite places for lunch.
One egg with organic ketchup and a pear.
I met Allison at City Perk and we had an awesome visit! She is so nice and it was awesome to meet another Saskatoon blogger! It was a sweet meet.
I had a romaine salad with some kind of vinaigrette that I can’t remember. Whateves, it was awesome anyway
I also had the best unpictured London Fog I’ve ever had in my life.
For supper Andrew and I went out for Indian!!
We went to India Palace and I had the matar paneer.
Oooh multiply this plate by about 3. And add some naan bread, too.
Hells yes I love Indian food.
We were going to go see Nightmare on Elm Street last night but bailed and went mini golfing instead.
And indulged in more food. Obvi.
Dessert was a yummy mess of vanilla frozen yogurt, one of my granola bars (with added marshmallows) and strawberries.
It was a pretty ballin’ date night if you ask me.
Today I got woken up with breakfast in bed!!
Haha as if!
I made this shiz myself. Andrew did go to the store this morning and get all the ingredients though
Baked egg + 2 egg whites, broccoli, fresh dill, red peppers and mushrooms with a tsp of milk on top baked in the oven at 350F for about 15 ish minutes and then smeared with goat cheese. Served with 1/2 a piece of The Big 16 bread and some grapes.
May for Andrew is Mooostache Moustache May.
Basically he and some guys from work grow mooostaches in May.
Right now my boyfriend looks like this handsome gentleman.
He would kill me if I put the pictures up I took of him today, but I did snag a picture of someone else participating in Mooostache May.
I skipped lunch today by accident and made up for it with a big supper.
We made pita pizzas and I also had sugar snap peas and steamed cauliflower with mushroom gravy.
The pizza had organic tomato and basil pizza sauce, mushrooms, onions, red peppers, broccoli and the tiniest sprinkle of goat chedda.
The mushroom gravy had the usual suspects of laughing cow, almond milk, tons of pepper, fresh dill and mushrooms.
Dessert was EPIC.
In my books anyway.
I don’t even have words for how good it was.
Hehehe now I have a funny video we took today of this cutie pie
Arg Flipvideo is making me mental.
Will try again tomorrow.