Weekend Wrap-Up

So here we are, another Sunday night.  I hope you all had a wonderful weekend!  Here’s a little wrap-up of my weekend eats:010

Tried out a new GF cereal made with organic buckwheat- pretty good and really crunchy.  If you hate soggy cereal you’ll love this stuff!

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Post yoga class lunch: grapes, rice cake, turkey and rice cheese. 

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Big salad for dinner with mixed greens, mushroom, carrots, zucchini, artichoke hearts, green onion and honey mustard vinegarette then off to the brewery in town for a drink with friends.  Good thing they have wine-  beer has gluten so it’s now off-limits.  I like wine better anyway 🙂

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You know you’re getting old when the perfect Saturday night involves curling up on the sofa with your husband, a big bowl of popcorn and a movie.  And you know it’s love when you let him pick the movie (hint: he loves John Wayne).  If that’s not love, I dont know what is!

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More cereal this morning…  kinda boring but I needed something quick before heading out to an early meeting.

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They were serving lunch after the meeting but since I couldn’t eat most of the foods they were serving I went home and made myself a big salad and hot bowl of carrot ginger soup.  I prefer to make things from scratch rather than buying them pre-made but when time/ convenience are an issue I always have a little stash in my pantry.  This soup is pretty hard to beat but when I do dig into pre-made options I rarely eat them as is.  For example, today’s soup I added a sprinkle of cayenne, curry, fresh cracked pepper and a Tbsp of chopped green onion.  It adds flavor and makes me feel less lazy 🙂

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Later I had a sweet and spicy afternoon snack:  rice cake with ginger spread, lemon ginger tea and a pear.  Yum!

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Then for dinner I tossed together a few items I had on hand: rice noodles, shrimp and a mix of carrots, snap peas and mushrooms.  I added a little olive oil, rice vinegar, ginger, curry and chili powder for flavor.

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To satisfy my sweet tooth I reached for a few ginger cookies and my special hot milk concoction.  I heated a cup of  rice milk then added a splash of vanilla, a drizzle of honey and a sprinkle of cinnamon.  Sooooo good!  The perfect ending to a wonderful weekend!

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