Wednesday, August 10, 2011

WTF Wednesday

A big bowl of Cherries for lunch (these weren't that good, but I ate them all anyway)...
and the rest of the container of Eggless Egg Salad from The Common Market.
Steaming hot Field Roast Meatloaf, TJ's Tiny Taters and Roasted Green Beans for dinner.
Back to the Rum tonight. Gotta give the Ginger a break for a while.

10 comments:

blessedmama said...

I bought JK a slice of cake similar to that at Whole Foods the other day. $6.99! For a slice! Eh, once in a while, right? Cherries look good, and pup looks sweet.

xvavaveganx said...

Cherries and a gorgeous pup in one pic?! YOu sure know the way to a girl's heart :) That cake looks DIVINE!

dirtyduck said...

thats such a cute cake. and im with you, its so annoying when fruit isnt as good as it was the *last* time.

foodfeud said...

And the London Fog rolls in over dinner...How did you even find the meatloaf on your plate?

Michelle said...

AWWW...cut pup pic! I'm luvin the pictures with your babies in them.

I agree with xvavaveganx, that cake does look DIVINE!

Rose said...

Only overcooked pasta is worse than disappointing fruit, especially summer fruit! Oh well, the pup is cute consolation.

Way to gravy up a dinner plate...I'm in the mood for gravy now.

And, that cake is an especially cute specimen.

Jessica said...

Even cherries that aren't that good are still really good. I seem to be the only one of your readers who would say that.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

Blessed Mama, $6.99 for a slice of cake for a 4-year-old?! I hope it was a really big slice.

VaVa, thanks! At least this fruit model doesn't try to eat the centerpiece like my other fruit model.

Michelle1, Cherry season was nice while it lasted. Wish I'd quit while I was ahead.

FF, the steam just would not stop coming off my plate. Finally gave up waiting and of course the food wasn't hot when I ate it. (Raw foodist laughs and laughs).

Michelle2, it was good cake. I hope the Sweet & Natural company that makes it hits it big. They do a good job.

Rose, I haven't encountered much overcooked pasta in my day. In fact, I've been pretty lucky on that front.

Jessica, I wish I could agree, but these Cherries were not good. Not a single good one in the bowl. And they were organic!

kimberly said...

i need some eggless egg salad in my life. pronto. i'll have to make my own i think.

Susan G said...

What kind of gravy do you use?