This post is bittersweet for me today because it’s my last What I Ate Wednesday, my swan song if you will.
I’m nothing if not dramatic.
You see, I’m relinquishing my hostess duties for the foreseeable future for a smorgasbord of reasons, but mainly because I’ve got too much on my plate right now and I don’t mean the food. Between work, the holidays, my own blog and being a human incubator, I’m a bit strapped for time and don’t feel like I can do this little link up justice, which isn’t fair to you, and regrettably why I have chosen to bid you all a fond farewell.
Perhaps if I’m lucky, I’ll be graced by your presence on Mondays at my own Week In Review linkup, which is half the reason I stay sane this time of year. I toss my never ending, yet beloved, To Do list aside, in favor of focusing on all the major and minor accomplishments in the last seven days. It’s a celebration of sorts, a virtual pat on the back, and a happy swat on the ass. Hopefully you’ll join the shenanigans.
In the meantime, I give you my Saturday eats.
Liquid Breakfast of Champions
Warm Lemon Water: this has been a staple in my diet since last June.
Coffee with Almond Milk and Raw Sugar: nectar of the gods.
Fruit and Kale Smoothie: to complete the trifecta of beverages.
No wonder I always have to pee.
Lunch: Avocado and Cheese Panini with a side of Cheddar Potato Chips.
This is one of my favorite meals because it’s so simple to throw together and it’s damn tasty. Hello, easy meet sexy.
Snack: I don’t have a picture but hours later, I had a cup of tea and polished off the last remnants of the potato chips.
Dinner: at Namaste, an Indian restaurant. For an appetizer, the table shared a plate of Gobi 65, which is a spicy fried cauliflower dish. It’s heavenly and I went back multiple times.
Entrée: my main course was “Navaratna Korma,” which is essentially mixed vegetables cooked in cream and almond sauce with mild spices and a side of garlic naan bread. I polished off this plate times two.
There you have it. A full day of eats.
I’m not going to lie, I’m a little sad. It might be the pipers. They get me every single time.
Goodbye my Friend. Hopefully I’ll see you on Mondays for the Week in Review.
Now your turn.
Do you like Indian cuisine? I clearly adore it. Any favorite dishes?