WIAW 2015

As always, thanks to Jenn at Peas and Crayons for hosting What I Ate Wednesday every week.

WIAW Breakfast February 11 2015

Breakfast was my usual combination of cereal, yogurt, and fruit. This time I went with vanilla yogurt and an orange. I took an orange with me this week when I was out for a snack and a friend mentioned that she’d never seen anyone eat and orange cut up like I do. Please tell me I’m not strange! I swear I’ve seen others eat them in chunks too. It’s so much easier and quicker than peeling it.

WIAW Lunch February 11 2015

For lunch I made a turkey sandwich on a ciabatta bun. I usually don’t make many sandwiches with reagular sandwich bread. I don’t know what it is, but for some reason they’re just not as appealing, so I usually have another kind of bread (ciabatta, sourdough), or a wrap or pita. I added lettuce, turkey, a slice of mozzarella cheese, a couple slices of cucumber, and a few cherry tomatoes. After the photo was taken I also added some honey mustard. Right now I’m enjoying it a lot more than regular mustard. I also had an apple after I finished eating the sandwich.

WIAW Dinner February  11 2015

I had rainbow beef tortellini and marinara sauce for dinner. Tortellini always seems like a “fancy” pasta to me, so it’s always a treat whenever I make it. It feels like a step up from spaghetti, penne, or fusilli. I ended up trying a new kind of sauce and I really liked it. Of course I can’t remember what kind it was though. I also had a Caesar salad on the side that I forgot to take a photo of. All in all it was a delicious meal.

Do you eat things differently than other people do? Leave me a comment telling me about it.

What I Ate Wednesday: I Eat Oranges Strangely

2 thoughts on “What I Ate Wednesday: I Eat Oranges Strangely

  • February 11, 2015 at 6:55 am

    I shave carrots with a peeler into my salads. It is soo good… but I think sort of unique.
    I totally want some oranges now!

    • February 11, 2015 at 3:25 pm

      I never would have thought to do that with a carrot, but it sounds like a great idea. I might have to try it!

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