Tuesday, March 25, 2014

WTF Tuesday

Breakfast was courtesy of Common Market....
Lunch was courtesy of Harris Teeter...
Dinner was courtesy of Roots Market and Dawson's Market...
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Dessert was courtesy of Roots Market...
A lot of ingredients...
Ain't easy trying to blossom into a Daffodil when there is two inches of snow sitting on your head...
Might make something myself tomorrow. Bye for now.

5 comments:

foodfeud said...

How very courteous of all those Markets to feed you today.
I like the red cabbage in the salad, it's so bright. maybe it'll help the daffodil see the light.

Ingrid said...

A day of locally prepared eats! Holy chocolate, the dessert looks amazing!

How does it feel to have more snow right now than Colorado? ;)

Unknown said...

That salad looks really good to me! More colors=better. Dawson's mac muffin must be good stuff to stock up on it. That dessert looks incredible! But yeah, that is a whole lot of ingredients for one cup.
No snow here (whew) but your poor daffodil!! I guess that's one benefit to all the cement around here.....no delicate flowers to be found.
No lentils have been consumed recently, but in theory i will one day eat them again. Just not yet.
Ttrockwood

Sarah said...

Ooooh your town fed you well yesterday! Everything looks amazing but I'm definitely loving the beautiful, colorful salad, the mac n cheese muffin (and I'll continue to say it every time you eat it!), and that delicious looking dessert. Definitely a great food day.

I'm so sick of the winter, thankfully the snow never came for us last night. That poor flower is fighting to bloom, so pretty. Great capture!

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

FF, I'm totally on to something great with these pre-made carryout meals from local Markets. Sort of like getting Paradis-To-Go every day of the week. Gotta be crazy not to go for it.

Ingrid, it was a very rich dessert. Good thing the Parfait was small. We may have more snow than you Coloradans, but we don't have the snow-capped mountains in the background to compliment it.

Unknown, I have no doubt you'll return to the Lentils again. Legumes are your friend and you know it.

Sarah, not as great a capture as your Florida sunsets and Kitty. We'll see if that Daffodil actually blooms after all this.