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It’s finally Friday! Like you really needed me to tell you that. I think Friday is the one day of the week where everyone is well aware of what day it actually is.
I was able to run outdoors again yesterday and I am thinking I can do the same for a few miles today and possibly even for my long run tomorrow.
Don’t get the wrong idea here — it’s certainly not warm out there. We are still talking about temperatures in the high teens but since it hasn’t snowed or iced in the last few days, the ground I run on in between the leftover snow piles is pretty clear.
Tomorrow’s forecast is looking a bit colder than I first thought but it should be “warm” enough to avoid frost bite.
My freezer has been kind lately in that it hasn’t given any of my food frost bite but maybe that’s because I eat it all super quick not giving it the chance.
If you follow me on instagram, you already know that my lunch of choice this week has been a veggie-loaded salad, often topped off with a Dr. Praeger’s veggie burger.
I have been roasting up a bunch of fresh brussels sprouts (obsessed, just obsessed) and then I mix them with some of the steam fresh vegetables I stocked up on last weekend.
It’s my latest favorite lunch combo (which would work amazing as a quick dinner too! Just add a sweet potato and some avocado if you have a ripe one which I do not at the moment).
I really enjoy the combination of fresh and frozen vegetables. It’s a great flavor/texture mix and so much easier on my stomach than eating all fresh roasted vegetables.
Please remind me that we need to discuss how fast, easy and delicious it is to roast frozen vegetables – especially broccoli! It’s on my list to discuss more in detail but hold me accountable to covering the topic really soon, okay?
Trader Joe’s sells Dr. Praeger’s veggie burgers in their frozen section. They don’t offer the entire Dr. Praeger’s veggie burger line but the original veggie burger, which is the one I buy the most, is always available at a great price ($3.49).
My friend recently asked me for a list of everything I buy at Trader Joe’s. I try to do most of my shopping there since the price is generally better but I still fill in from time to time from the other grocery stores depending upon sales, specific items and availability.
I compiled my typical Trader Joe’s grocery list as best as I could for her and figured I would share it with you today just in case you were headed there this weekend to get your grocery shopping done.
I am sure that I am forgetting something!
Has anyone else noticed that they haven’t had their onion rings lately? I am getting nervous about it!
What’s typically on your Trader Joe’s grocery list? Do you shop their regularly?
Will you be able to run outdoors this weekend?
Favorite lunch lately?