Friday, March 15, 2013

Friday, March 15th

A Carrot Muffin from Le Pain Quotidien for Breakfast....
Lunch was 'The Vegan' $5.99 Hummus, Lettuce, Tomato, Sprouts and Onions from Ize's Deli and Bagelry.

Boca Chikn Patties and Broccoli for dinner.
East Side Ovens Pecan Fingers for dessert.
Damn I eat good.

7 comments:

foodfeud said...

Ooh, bagelry. I like that word. Nice looking sandwich. I'm trying to figure out how much something like that would cost here. I will tell you, I have yet to see sprouts in our bagel stores.

xvavaveganx said...

I have to agree with you, you definitely had a great looking food day today! That muffin looks so good, it's making me want to make some gf carrot muffins :) The sandwich looks amazing and is it weird that the pickles look REALLY good? Can't go wrong with yummy cookies for dessert!

Miss Rachel said...

It does look like a pretty nummy day and dinner looks Christmasy. Are pecan fingers similar to pecan sandies?

Rambling Vegans said...

I agree, you do eat good. That muffin looks perfect with all it's chunkiness.

Glad to see you're still enjoying the pecan fingers! Are they holding up okay?

Ingrid said...

Sounds like a good bagel sandwich. But was it as good as our beloved everything bagel, toasted, with Tofutti and cucumbers?

Pecan Fingers look divine!

Nikki said...

MMmmmmmm, I will forever live vicariously through you, as long as you continue to eat bagels.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

FF, the same sandwich would probably cost the same in NYC and be double the size.

VaVa, I agree on the Pickles. Wish 'The Bagelry' offered extra Pickles as an option. I would've definitely gotten more.

Miss Rachel, the Cookies are similar to Mexican Wedding Cookies I believe. Or Pfefferneuse?

RVs, the Pecan Fingers are fresh as ever. Just choked a little bit on the powdered sugar, but kept eating anyway. Thanks for reminding me that I had them.

Ingrid, ha! You don't see many restaurants with Tofutti & Cucumbers on a Bagel on the menu. In fact, I've never seen it!

Nikki, the Bagels really go down fast. Not like those wholesome nutritious foods. Even if I were gluten free, I'd just buy all the gf breads and pastas.