Hola, bloglettes! Sorry for leaving you post-less yesterday. I was much too mentally exhausted from trying on at least 30 dresses in hopes of finding something to wear to: 1 bachelorette party, 2 wedding rehearsals, 1 wedding, and 1 wedding shower. Shoot me now. I don’t see why it’s so difficult to find a couple affordable, summery, appropriate dresses for a tall girl. Not being a “junior” anymore, but also not being 50 years old left me with few options. Aaaanyway… good news is that after many purchases and returns, I finally have the outfit lineup set. Now only if my skin wasn’t see-through and I had some cute shoes…. The errands continued today, and I got a lot accomplished (including groceries, finally) woooot! That’s where the purple tulle comes in. I’m not gonna say anymore, though, on the 0.05% chance my sister actually reads my blog. Unlike yesterday, I did manage to snap a couple pics of my food today.
Breakfast was comprised of the few groceries I had in the house… 2 over-easy eggs and 2 pieces of toast. I doused the eggies in Frank’s after I took the pic since the red stuff can look a little disturbing at times.
Lunch was thrown together veeery quickly once I got home… I was on the verge of hangry. Monster salad contains: Romaine, pea-less sugar snap pea pods, turkey, Sabra Classic hummus, Cholula (my first time having this, yum!), and a little light Ranch.
Din din was this delicious, pre-seasoned salmon… with a pop-up timer?! Has anyone out there ever seen a salmon fillet with a pop-up timer?!
I also whipped up these little gems…
These were beyond fantastic. Here’s what I did:
- Sautee veggies and seasonings of choice – I used mushrooms, broccoli, roasted red peppers, and onions seasoned with S&P.
- Cut a baguette into slices on a severe angle to get the most surface area. Line up on a baking sheet covered in foil.
- Spread each slice of bread with a little real mayo and minced garlic.
- Top with the sauteed veggies and some cheese – I used feta and mozzarella.
- Broil for a couple minutes until cheese browns.
Here’s the recipe I used as my outline… I pretty much used all the same ingredients but changed up the method a little.
Mayo might sound strange (it did to me at least), but it was definitely the clutch ingredient and paired beautifully with the garlic, veggies and cheese. These were so easy to make, and I can think of a ton of different combinations that would be equally as yummy!
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