My breakfast was reminiscent of a winter breakfast by Shen. Grapefruit Sage Kombucha and an energy bite from Whole Foods. I actually purchased a couple of the bites a month ago and forgot about them! Whoops!
Lunch included a quinoa dish and another juice I intended to drink on Sunday, but did not.
Broccoli, cauliflower, cherry tomatoes (all three leftover from the party tray a week ago), pine nuts, garlic, and quinoa that I cooked in veggie broth.
Lots more veggies:
An intense desire for peanut sauce came over me, so even though I'm trying not to eat meals out of house I picked up the cleanest dinner I could think of:
As mentioned in my last post, a lot of family came into town to celebrate my brother's graduation:
A few of my eats over the weekend: toasted everything bagel with Tofutti, Grilled Tofu & Veggie Bowl from Tokyo Joe's, and tofu spring rolls with peanut sauce. Apparently, my meals involved all things tofu.
There was also a lot of hummus, crackers, and veggie tray consumption at the open house / graduation gathering at my parents' house. Remy did a lot of begging and hanging out near the grill. Occasionally he took time to relax (facing the snack table).
We had really beautiful weather, a little rain here and there - but mostly picturesque. This is from Friday evening:
I spent today (all morning and into the afternoon) with the whole group - this time celebrating all of the mothers.
The craziness will continue as I am house and dog sitting this week (back and forth between both places most likely), but I will definitely be reading and commenting - my posts might be a little erratic, however.
I hope your weekend has treated you well! See you soon!
Last night, a colleague friend invited me to use her extra ticket to Sense & Sensibility: The Musical.
(Denver Center for the Performing Arts)
(A peek at the set in the upper left)
It was witty, well performed - but the costumes, holy moly! Absolutely divine. Previously unknown to you, dear reader, is that I am a lover of all things Jane Austen. If I could time travel, Austen's 19th century England would be one of my destinations.
Nonetheless, I was late to bed - late to rise, and didn't get a picture of breakfast. Same cereal as Tuesday. I did snap my prep of lunch: