Sunday, March 3, 2013

Sunday, March 3rd

Breakfast was the Six Vegetable Quiche $12.75 with Artichoke and Garden Vegetables on Gluten-Free Buckwheat Crust at Le Pain Quotidien. It was a delicious but diet-sized, and no bread came with it, so I couldn't chow down on the AYCE Jam.
Fortunately, I made up for the lack of bread at breakfast with my carryout bowl of Corn Chowder from Loving Hut for lunch. The Chowder conveniently comes with a nice soft gigantic Whole Wheat Roll.
Vegan Grillers with Daiya and Steamed Broccoli for dinner. There's Daiya under them there Tomatoes.
A Boston Creme Cupcake $3.50 from Great Sage for dessert. As you can see, I had to really dig deep for the creme, almost to the other side of the Cupcake, but it was all good.
Ten hours in the cube tomorrow. Gonna suuuuuuccckkkk!!!!!!

5 comments:

xvavaveganx said...

Re; Kalhua lol yes I know it is coffee liquor ;) Just had a night end badly and since the kalhua is the last thing I drank (as opposed to the obscene amount of alcohol I drank before) it is now on the banned list. Ah, college.

The quiche looks really really delicious, even if baby sized. Too bad it didn't come with bread though, you need something to hold that jam! The corn chowder looks AMAZING!! Probably would be the highlight for me. The cupcake looks delicious!

10 hours?!?!? Boo, good luck!!

Rambling Vegans said...

Oh my, such a delicious looking day! Breakfast and lunch are both fantastic and even without much cream in it, that cupcake sounds great.

So, do you ride on the bikes with Mr. SV? Also, what kind of Harley does he have?

I hope the ten hours goes fast for you tomorrow. I have a hard enough time working 8..... ugh!

Ingrid said...

10 hours - does this mean they will provide you with a meal? Last Tuesday I had to stay late, so I zipped home to let Remy out and went straight back. Their meal was not veg friendly, and made me wish I had grabbed something while at home!

Overall everything looks absolutely delicious!

Unknown said...

Lovely breakfast! I think the prices are a bit much for frequent visits, but that quiche may convince me to branch out on my next visit....
That soup looks so perfect for a wintery day, and all soup needs a side bun.
Sorry you're heading towards hard time in the cube- my work has been nutso lately, way too many long days.
That cupcake looks so fluffy! Do you eat it with a fork?
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The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

VaVa, that is so horrible about the Kalhua. I am fortunate that Gin is the offending liquor from my high school episode. My 17-year-old self thought drinking a big glass of Gin straight up would cure my ills. Anyway, it's easy to avoid Gin today. I know you often work 12-14 hours, so I hate to sound like a whiner.

RVs, I ride a few times a year during the nice weather if there is a restaurant as the destination. He has a 'Sportster' Harley.

Ingrid, they don't provide meals and, like your situation, I wouldn't want what they'd provide anyway. There is often leftover food from Panera, Potbelly, Quiznos etc in the kitchen and I bring it home for the critters. So maybe Remy could benefit from the free meal even if you cannot.

Unknown, excellent question. I did eat this cupcake with a fork, but they are so much more enjoyable when eaten without a fork. Sorry to hear about your long hours. I imagine you in advertising on Madison Avenue making beaucoup bucks.