Since I missed last Wednesday’s post, I included some extra meals and things to make up for it!
I was very happy to see that Trader Joe’s had Ginger Turmeric Tea back in stock.
I bought three boxes as well as my other necessities like chocolate chips, frozen blueberries for my daily oatmeal, and salad ingredients.
Trader Joe’s is still out of cinnamon raison Ezekiel bread but I found it at Whole Food’s. I had to pay more for it, but at least I have some in the house again!
My friend and I were having Chopt salads together for lunch at her store. She told me in advance of me picking up our salad orders that Chopt now had pickled spicy vegetables on the menu. I quickly changed my usual salad order within my Chopt app to include the new vegetables on the menu — very good choice!
I so rarely share photos of the salads I make at home but here’s one that looks a lot like what I make to eat every day for lunch. My salads are always thrown together while working. Like literally, while working. Depending upon who it is I am speaking to on a call, I am likely making my lunch at the same time.
This salad contained:
- Grape Tomatoes
- Person Cucumbers
- Onion (just a little!)
- Feta Cheese
- Roasted Brussels Sprouts
- Vegan Dill Dressing
I had this beautiful chopped salad from Town Bagel over the weekend but I don’t remember specifically what was in it.
Here’s a glimpse inside the bagel case at Town Bagel. I was lucky that my favorite maple raisin multigrain bagel was still left for me to take home with my salad.
One night for dinner after work last week, I was very hungry and needed something quick to eat.
I made this quick “stir fry” but didn’t actually stir fry it or use a pan. To make this quick dinner, I heated up a steam fresh bag of vegetables and Trader Joe’s frozen grain blend. Once everything was combined, I added chickpeas, Trader Joe’s Sweet Chili Sauce, and avocado.
This non-recipe recipe reminds me of the quick and easy stir fry recipe I shared several years ago.
I thought slightly ahead another night to roasting sweet potato wedges while finishing up the workday. Once I was off my last call, the potatoes were ready. I added a steam bag of broccoli, chickpeas, and guacamole to complete my dinner.
I can’t begin to tell you how BASIC yet perfect and delicious this dinner was for me. My plan is to make it more often!
When I had more time, I made my vegan cacciatore with chickpea pasta shells which lasted a few nights for dinner.
Of course, I’ve had whole wheat margarita pizza recently. I walk in and they box it up for me before I even place the order and pay.
It’s a good thing that I don’t deviate from my usual order too often. I would throw off the staff at Mario’s!
Last but not least, I had a salad from Plant Wise.
I created my own which included a bunch of vegetables and their “veggie tuna” which is made with chickpeas.