Monthly Archives: September 2008

More pics than normal

I decided that it might be fun to take pictures of more of my food than just dinner. So, without further ado, here is my day, starting with lunch and minus a string cheese that I ate when I got home and was starving.

I bought this new product, Jodhpur Lentils the other day at Whole Foods.

Sorry for the horrible picture.

Sorry for the horrible picture.

I have had these boxed Indian meals before, but not this kind. I wasn’t very impressed. It was watery; almost like it was a soup and not very flavorful.  I ate the lentils with some edamame.

Looks like soup to me.

Looks like soup to me.

I was not satisfied at all after this lunch. I wanted something sweet. Badly. So I may or may not have found scrounged around the office and might or might not have found this.

 

 

Around 4, I felt a little peckish, so had half a yellow pepper with some homeade hummus. Looks like cottage cheese, but it’s not.  The hummus is good, but it just doesn’t taste better than Sabra. How do they get Sabra hummus to be so creamy and delicious?

I kind of thought about running outside when I got home, but then the hungries and tireds set in and I made dinner instead. Making a second repeat appearance, the veggie chili! Woo hoo. I topped with cottage cheese since cottage cheese makes everything better. We also used 15 oz of salsa instead of the tomato sauce and put some jalapenos in. The cottage cheese did a good job of cooling it off. Both Jason and I had runny noses after eating this.

And speaking of my chili, Lookee Here, I’m famous!

Tired

My brain feels tired and I can’t think of anything of interest to post. Here’s dinner:
It’s a variation of Hungry Girl’s Pad Thai. I think the shirataki noodles are okay. They’re kind of flavorless but I don’t think they’re bad.

Workout was good. I did 7 x 400s with a 400 walk break in between. After 5, I took a break and did some abs and then got back on for the additional two.

Jason surprised me with a new look:

No Hair!

No Hair!

The father on Intervention looks a lot like my uncle. It’s kind of freaking me out.

Hummus trio

Have I talked about my obsession with hummus? I have eaten hummus since back in high school when my mom would get it from the deli at Giant. Since then, it’s gotten very popular and there are tons of brands to choose from. Of course, when there are so many varieties, some are not good. I am pretty picky with the brands of hummus that I buy. Basically there are two store bought brands that I really like – Sabra and Hannah. Sabra can be found in the grocery store and Hannah is from Coscto.

I have tried, on several occasions, to make my own hummus. This was the Barefoot Contessa recipe and although it was pretty good, it wasn’t as good as the other store bought kinds.

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