Today was an incredibly boring and sparse day, food-wise. At my friend's place in the am, then straight to the folks'. On the way I ate a gingersnap Larabar (not usually a flavor I eat but quite enjoyable) and continued the gingery trend with some homemade chai. I've not been drinking booze this last week (! I know !) and have been drinking tea a lot instead. At the folks' I brewed some black tea along with some ginger tea they had, and added a dash of cinnamon. It's pretty enjoyable. I'd have added non-dairy milk and agave if I were home. If I make it again here I'll take a photo for you.
Instead, here are Cicero and Seneca, in synch.
Now I'm home trying to make dinner a little less boring, cooking up some kabocha squash:
way back when. Mostly because I have no idea how else to use the stuff up. Who knows if it'll taste alright, but when has that stopped me before?
Anyway, I've gone out the last couple night so dinners have been either non-existent or really quick (crackers and nuts or something) and undocumented. However, here are the other meals from the previous two days:
I figured a collard wrap wouldn't stay together if I brought it to work for lunch so I chopped everything up that I usually put in a collard wrap (collards, mushroom, carrot, bell pepper, zucchini, sweet potato) and dressed it with tahini and Braggs.
Strata!!! (I love that word.)
Sunday afternoon I had an Art's Blend Pro-Bar and the seltzer-OJ-apple cider vinegar drink. That gross brown blob is part of the "mother" from the ACV. Yum, right?
Later in the day, a BIG SALAD.