Hi my nearest and dearest or whoever out there is creeping on me.
Did you miss me yesterday? Just in case you didn’t notice (as if), I took a day off from blogging, and while I know it was rough, somehow I think you survived without my witty banter. It was probably a little less exciting though. It’s ok, you’re allowed to say you were lost without my special brand of snarkicism (not necessarily a word, but so much more enthralling than snarky).
I mentioned it earlier this week, but work is insanely busy. I’m a man down (or a woman, if you want to get all literal about it) so my plate is extra precarious at the moment. Hence the reason I gave myself a blogging break yesterday and also the reason today’s post is going to be limited on words. I know, I know, my title today is The Wordless Edition (oops, blew that), but you didn’t expect me not to talk at all. That would be weird and how else could I acknowledge our host, Ms. Jenn, or at the very least identify the food I dropped down my gullet on Sunday. I can’t, that’s how, so limited words is what we’re dealing with today.
After you quickly scroll through my day of eats and then leave me a delightful little comment (or at the bare minimum, a snarky joke), head on over to Peas and Crayons to see what everyone else dined on.
Before we dive headfirst into the food, let’s talk liquids. On Sunday, I had my usual morning cup of joe and even indulged with an afternoon cup as well (I’m so spoiled). My water of choice, using my Aqua Zinger, of course, was Strawberry Kiwi. It’s my latest obsession, and if you still don’t own one of these Zinger’s, you really need to.
For breakfast, I gave Heather’s Coconut Banana Pancakes a whirl. I’ve never used coconut flour before so I was intrigued. I loved their all natural protein and fiber stats, and the actual texture reminded me of angel food cake. I topped my cakes with some bananas, sliced almonds, strawberries, and a dab (or really a dollop) of pure maple syrup.
Lunch was my Greek Pizzette, which is essentially the same thing as a pizza, except you give half the dough to your Hubby so he can make his own, leaving you with a mini-dough ball, or a Pizzette, as I like to call it. My sauce was chunks of garlic cloves and basil which I soaked in olive oil for hours on end. Then I topped the whole thing with artichoke hearts, feta cheese, Kalamata olives, and freshly chopped tomatoes.
Later in the day, I snacked on these Acorn Squash seeds (more to come on these in a future episode).
For dinner, I had a handful of my Rosemary Drop Biscuits and a big bowl of Cauliflower and Cheddar Cheese Soup.
It was everything I’d want in a bowl of soup and more. Too much? Yeah, I thought so too. In reality, it was good, hearty and totally satisfying. Then again, I’m partial to big bowls of soup. So that’s it for my Sunday eats; I hope you enjoyed them as much as me.
What’s your favorite soup? I think I could live on it in the winter months. Do you eat your Acorn Squash seeds, or do you just pitch them?