I’m really feeling the protein power today.
I had a savory two egg omelet, with spinach, mushrooms and nutritional yeast.
I topped it with some hot sauce from local folks, and added salsa to the middle. I cooked up some fresh pineapple in the same skillet, for a touch of sweetness.
Also on my plate a small slice of toasted sprouted rye bread (not shown) smeared with apple butter.
Instead of having coffee with breakfast I hade a moc-tail. Sparkling lemon water with a splash of cranberry juice. Once I go to work I decided it was time for coffee. Good morning!
Some of today’s lunch with include this hugh jass salad I prepared on Sunday evening. Since where going out-of-town at the end of week I cleaned out the fridge and made a “garbage salad” with all the veggies I could find. This salad will be a quick and easy addition to any meal.
Taco Tuesday for Dinner!
Lunch today was a pb+j on some Breadsmith multi-grain bread. So chewy.
Half of a bartlett pear…my favorite variety, green beans, peas, andWisconsin jalapeno cheese. The cheese was a leftover gift from a recent wine and cheese party.
The star of the show
and this girl, that is now empty 😦
Nuttzo is a mixture of peanuts, cashews, almonds, hazelnuts, brazil nuts, sunflower seeds, and flax seeds. The president and founder of Nuttzo is a woman by the name of Danielle LiVolsi. She wanted to create a nutritious food for her two young children. Nuttzo is organic, full of Omega 3’s, crunchy, and all around just good. Local folks foods is a family owned and operated food retail establishment. They make all their products including, jams, sauces, and mushroom patties with locally grown produce. All the products are natural with no artificial ingredients. Local folks foods can be found at Indiana farmers markets, health food stores and online.
The next time you think of pb+j, make it fun, use local ingredients, and be creative.