Wednesday, November 13, 2013

WTF Wednesday

Breakfast this morning was one of two 'Chia Pudding's $6.25 bought at Le Pain Quotidien last Saturday. They sold the Pudding to me in these nice glass jars. What to do with the empty jars though? Bring them back to the restaurant to re-use?
I believe it was Mango on top of the Pudding. So delicious! 
A Tofurky Italian Deli Slice Sandwich for lunch...
Hazelnut Cranberry Roast En Croute with Imagine Mushroom Gravy and Roasted Brussels Sprouts for dinner....
An ABC Phenomenal Pumpkin Spice Cookie for dessert...
Probably some boring familiar food tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

Breakfast sounds really good, especially with mango on top. I'd take the jars back to the restaurant. Maybe they'll give you a discount on a few more!

foodfeud said...

The chia pudding does look really delicious. But do they not label the jars?? Or do you just not remember what it was you bought?
Put magic in those jars!

Sarah said...

Sooooo is it bad that I'm obsessed with the glass jar used as a vessel for chia pudding. The pudding looks great and all but the jars are so exciting! You can use them for anything!!! Hooray for roasted brussels sprouts and double hooray for pumpkin spice cookies. I want one of those in my face pronto. So good.

Unknown said...

Oh that chia pudding looks amazing!! I make it so often myself i never order it out- bring the jar back and maybe you'll get a discount on a refill...? Your sandwich looks totally pro today with the faux meat folding in there. Pretty roast slices there, i just bought some of that gravy too. Good stuff. That cookie sounds so good! I love how those are always a good soft not too squishy texture.

Vegetarian Grub Girl said...

Everything looks delicious!
Never tried the chia pudding but it looks amazing!

Love the ABC pumpkin cookie!

You can make your own pudding in the jar?

Hannah said...

Fill them with homemade maple almond butter and chocolate coconut butter.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

RVs, returning for a discount is probably best. Just like those old bottles that people used to get deposits back on.

FF, no, there was no label on the jars or menu about what was in the Chia Pudding. Just the little picture of a Carrot signifying 'vegan'. The lids on the jars don't screw on, so the magic would all escape.

Sarah, you really sound excited about these jars. They are cute. Appear to be made in France as well.

Unknown, do you use Coconut Milk for your Chia Pudding? See how you know what is so great about the ABC Cookies -- that they're always chewy. You are in marketing of some sort.

VGG, Chia Pudding is good stuff. You'll love it. I gave up making my own cuz it wouldn't 'set'. I may have to try again.

Hannah, and then eat the homemade Butters right back out of the jars with my fingers, right? Guess that's an idea.