Saturday, March 30, 2013

Saturday, March 30th

A Hazelnut Soy Frappucino from Starbucks for breakfast/lunch. Goes down very fast.
Boca Burgers with Daiya and TJ's Tots for dinner.
PB & Banana on Raisin Walnut Bread for dessert.
A pretty perennial flower currently in bloom. I planted this a long time ago and now I no longer know the name of it.
Lunch at Brio tomorrow. Or, as my mother calls it, 'The Brio'.

10 comments:

xvavaveganx said...

Oooooh!!!! I saw that they had a new Hazelnut Frappuccino! I wanted to try it but decided against it because I was concerned it wouldn't sit well but I'll definitely have to try it when I feel better. I love hazelnut ;) What was drizzled on top?

Good looking boca burgers and your dessert looks so good! That bread always looks great, and pb and banana sounds like the perfect topping for it!

Very pretty flower! Love your flower pics :) Enjoy your lunch tomorrow!

Molly said...

I might have to stop at Starbucks tomorrow.....

So jealous that you're getting flowers there. We still have snow. ugh

Unknown said...

Altho i am a starbucks addict junkie i never get the fancy drinks... (Venti bold redeye soy misto is my norm) the frap looks amazing- once it warms up a bit that would be great.
Dessert sounds like a great combo! Raisin walnut bread is awesome with nut butters-
Your mystery flower is so pretty!
Ttrockwood

me, Mavis said...

Hi -- I believe that pretty little flower is a Grecian Windflower --
Anemone blanda

Sage Grayson said...

Yum, that Frappuccino looks amazing! The spring flowers are blooming around here too. I don't know any of their names either. :)

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Ingrid said...

Looks like I need a trip to Starbucks!

PB & banana on raisin walnut bread sounds heavenly!

I hope you enjoyed some great pasta at "The Brio"!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

VaVa, I guess it's Hazelnut Syrup drizzled on top. Sure was delicious. Brain freezes and all.

Molly, just a couple more weeks and you'll be seeing the blooms as well. Hard as it is to believe.

Unknown, you obviously have the SBUX lingo down. I saw a guy get a Hot Green Tea Latte with 'no foam' that looked pretty interesting, but I would never risk embarrassing myself by trying to order something like that. No clue about 'bold' or 'redeye' or 'misto'. Those words are not on the menu.

Mavis, I believe you are correct! I used to order lots of plants out of catalogs that were considered rare or unusual. When I realized I didn't have a green thumb, I sort of gave up trying. Thanks for helping. If more happen to pop up, I'll know who to consult.

Sage, as long as you didn't plant the flowers yourself, you shouldn't have to worry. Fortunately for you, Sage flowers in the fall;-)

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Ingrid, guess we crossed wires. Thanks, 'The Brio' did well by us today.

Hannah said...

I adore your commitment to peanut butter and mustard.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hannah, condiments are a favorite of mine.