Thinking Out Loud posts help me to remember what day of the week it is.
I don’t know about you but my days are a blur.
Blurred by snow, ice and slush followed up with the sand and salt to treat the snow, ice and slush and then some more snow because we didn’t have enough already.
I wore my glasses into the shower the other morning and I didn’t even realize they were there until the water hit my face.
I still can’t find my Lululemon Neck Warmer. Maybe it’s a sign that I will be running indoors until Spring.
Has anyone tried the Broth Bowls at Panera?
The lentil quinoa bowl looks appealing to me but honestly? It’s $8.49 which to me is a lot of money when most of Panera’s meals are like one bite for my appetite.
If you tell me you have had it and it’s real good and worth it, I will try it.
Or, maybe I should take one for the team and try it out for us. That’s an idea. My son would enjoy the taste-testing mission.
So the greatest thing happened.
Maoz (my favorite vegetarian salad bar place in the city) opened a location in my mall!
Local readers, Maoz is now open at Roosevelt Field as part of the new “Dining District” which by the way, is really nice. It’s all food court fancy that you don’t even realize it’s a food court.
The only issue I have is that it’s not salad bar style like the other locations which means I cannot serve myself.
This means I cannot load my bowl ridiculously high and now have to instruct the Maoz person in a really nice way to load it ridiculously high for me which makes me nervous in advance should I get a stingy Maoz person who refuses to accommodate me.
So far so good though.
We went to the Islanders game the other night and I brought that Whole Foods Peanut Butter and Chocolate cereal I told you about in a baggie with dark chocolate chips as my game time snack.
Do not buy this cereal. The crunch is there but the flavor is not which was interesting because when I first bought it and tasted it, I thought it was good.
I ate the chocolate chips, had some of the cereal and decided it was not worth eating because it had zero flavor and wasn’t making me happy.
That’s when I suggested we get ourselves some Carvel sundaes.
Classic example of why it’s best to eat what you enjoy.
Had I finished the cereal, I would not have been satisfied because I did not like it so I probably would have ordered a sundae anyway OR proceeded to eat the entire pantry in my kitchen when we got home from the game which would have been more calories in total than just going for the good stuff the first time around.
Tomorrow is Friday and I have some February LOVE to share with you!
Here’s a sneak peak of the giveaway because I am excited about it…
Be sure to check out what everyone else is thinking about today!
Do you keep eating something if you don’t like it?
Have you tried the new Panera Bowls? Tell me about it please.
What’s in your local mall food court? I now have Red Mango and Maoz in one mall!!