I’m not even sure how I bit into this bagel:
It happened. Oh, trust me, it happened. But, my mouth isn’t that big, and that bagel is HUGE, so I don’t really understand it.
I thought that if I showed you an artsy picture of my bagel from a different angle, you’d be able to explain it to me.
You’re staring at what I had for lunch on Monday–a sandwich called the Healthy Harvest from Uncommon Grounds. It contains every vegetable imaginable, and I ate it all, on a toasted sundried tomato bagel.
Don’t be jealous.
Yesterday, I found this vending machine in my school’s lecture center:
At first I didn’t realize that I was staring into a “Green Vending Machine,” and was surprised at how many healthy choices there were.
Larabars? In a vending machine? I almost ate the whole thing.
OK- I didn’t slurp soup. I ate Sesame Tofu.
I’ve been trying to like tofu. I’ve had it a number of times and just didn’t care for it. This time, I really enjoyed it. It was crispy, and not too chewy. Even Jeff liked it, and that’s saying something. He usually doesn’t touch the stuff, and he ate almost all of my leftovers.
After lunch, we did what any foodie would do on a Tuesday afternoon: went to Williams-Sonoma. That’s normal, right?
Last night, Heather and I decided to check out a veg-friendly restaurant in Schenectady called the Moon & River Cafe.
We knew we’d be spending most of our evening there, so Heather ordered a pot of tea.
I opted for pineapple juice on the rocks.
We started with the Mideast Peace Platter to share.
Then, I ordered the Guaco Burrito:
It was filled with beans, cheese, and salsa, and topped with avocado. I can’t wait to recreate this at home. It was so delicious!
As soon as I saw chocolate cream pie in the dessert case, I knew I needed it.
Heather ordered carrot cake, and we spent the rest of the evening playing checkers. Twas a wonderful night.
How do you feel about tofu? What about bagels? $50 wallets?
Have a great Wednesday <3