My creativity comes in bursts.
Unfortunately, I think I overexerted myself with my frenzied recipe testing because now I’m spent.
Yep, that’s right. I’ve got nada, nothing, zilch, zip, zero…. but wait, that’s not true.
I’ve got pictures; pictures of my Saturday eats when I was all wild and saucy in the kitchen. Well without the sauce part seeing as how I didn’t make any. I did eat a lot of veggies though. That counts for something, I’m sure.
I snapped photos of my Saturday meals, with the intention of sharing them for Jenn’s What I Ate Wednesday party. Of course at the time, I envisioned myself showcasing them while being super witty, maybe even charming with a dash of… dare I say it, sex appeal. I had such high expectations with the naughtiest of intentions.
I figured my words would slowly seduce you, drawing you in, while the pictures of my meals tantalized you from afar. Seeing as how I have no words, all you’re getting today is the latter part of the equation. I guess I’m being tease, although you should know that was never my plan… well unless that’s how you like it. 😉 In that case, this is totally deliberate.
Saturday’s breakfast came in the form of a smoothie with frozen strawberries, two bananas, a handful of blueberries, fistfuls of spinach, a splash of orange juice, and a scoop of flax powder.
A short while later, I snacked on some dried fruit at the grocery store. I helped myself to two spoonfuls because no one was looking, and I was hungry.
Lunch was Kirsten’s Breakfast Salad (yes, again!) with sautéed shallots and cabbage, three scrambled eggs with Colby Dill Cheese and Almond Milk and some roasted red skinned potatoes. It’s official; I absolutely dig cabbage.
Later on in the day, I did some more snacking. This time I enjoyed a mouthful of peanut butter, while making a batch of Energy Bars.
Dinner was a rare night out for Mexican food. I consumed far too many chips with salsa and even more margaritas. My main course was two veggie burritos, rice and beans, also known as a plate of heaven. I ate it all, save one burrito, which I had for breakfast the next day. Waste not, want not.
There you have it. A full day of eats, sans sassy speech, which actually allowed me to be brief for once. While it might not be the most entertaining of posts, at least I got to work on my New Year’s Resolution to write shorter posts, so there’s that.
What’s your meal look like at a Mexican restaurant? Do you refrain from the chips and salsa or go to town? Do you hold back on the booze? If you’re a blogger, do you still participate in WIAW even if you have nothing to say? Oops.