I don't doubt that some of you are celebrating Cinco de Mayo in a very clever, cute, and delicious way (Jenny, I'm looking at you). I can't even keep track of how many recipes I bookmarked and then realized I'm too cheap to buy something for the novelty of a meal. And we still have leftovers. Kudos to those of you who made something interesting.
Breakfast was just breakfast, no huevos rancheros here.
Plain soy yogurt, goji berries, sliced banana, pumpkin seeds with powdered ginger. Irish breakfast tea.
Lunch was - dare I say it - Italian. Didn't even have the 20 minutes apparently to make and tote along tacos.
Mixed greens with orzo salad and pesto.
Dinner, I tried. But not too hard. We had one last avocado from the dinner party that I wanted to use before it shriveled up (eew) as well as an open half-can of chickpeas. Sara convinced me it was okay to eat chickpeas instead of black beans today. I even almost made this corn salsa before realizing I used up all my frozen corn.
Mixed greens, tomato, cucumber, chickpeas (straight from the can, not even refried), red pepper, carrot with guac on top.
So, whatever. Happy Cinco de Mayo. I might drink a beer but probably not some Tecate or Corona. I enjoy my beers a little darker and I enjoy my whiskey more than beer. Oh well.