As always, thank you to the lovely Jen for hosting What I Ate Wednesday.

WIAW Breakfast May 6 2015

Breakfast was my usual combination of cereal, fruit and yogurt. I decided on Oatmeal Crunch cereal, an orange, and vanilla yogurt. I’ve been lucky picking oranges lately, they’re still tasting fantastic. I’m all about the super quick and easy breakfasts because I have to be at work so early. I’d choose sleep over prepping breakfast any day that my alarm goes off at 3:45 am.

WIAW Lunch May 6 2015

For lunch I went with some curry that I picked up at the farmer’s market over the weekend. All of Heart’s Choices products come frozen, so it’s pretty quick and easy to put in the fridge to thaw overnight and then heat up for lunch the next day. Her curry has carrots, cauliflower, bamboo, and potato. I served it over some rice and naan bread that I picked up from the grocery store. For the most part I only have naan bread at restaurants, but I’ve bought it a couple times in the last year or so. Although it’s not quite as good as from an Indian restaurant, it definitely hits the spot.


WIAW Dinner May 6 2015

I ended up taking my dad to National for dinner. Neither of us had been there before, but I’d heard lots of good things about it from friends. They had a great selection of beers, and was pretty  happy with my choice of Nickel Brook’s Green Apple Pilsner. I went with the veggie burger and fries to eat. I was a little disappointed in the burger (it didn’t stay together very well and was messy to eat), but it tasted great. Plus it was loaded with sprouts, which are always good. All in all I’d go back to National, but I’d try something else to eat.

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2 thoughts on “What I Ate Wednesday

  • May 7, 2015 at 1:49 pm

    We commonly tackle veggie burgers with a knife and fork — they can be so messy! (Not sure if there is a Hillstone near you but they have the BEST veggie burger!)

    • May 10, 2015 at 4:33 pm

      A knife and fork never even occured to me for some reason. That would have 100% been a lot less messier.

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