Monday, June 8, 2015

Monday, June 8th

Back to all beige all day...starting off with TJ's Cornflakes with Hemp Milk...
over half a pound of Common Market's New Delhi Pasta Salad for lunch...
totally OD'ed on this...
Fantastic Foods Sloppy Joes for dinner. I wasnt even hungry. Now I am way too full....
will I dial it back a little tomorrow? Tune in to find out. Bye for now.

5 comments:

Sarah said...

Your oven fries are a thing of beauty. Seriously. I get jealous every time I see them. I've never really been into pasta salad... probably because I am not a big pasta person and you know how I feel about mayo... but that one looks really good.

The jewelry party went well, thanks! :)

Unknown said...

Cereal actually tastes better when eaten from a mug i swear. Pasta does that to me too, i'm fine and happy and then whoomph blah and too full. Seriously those might be the best looking oven fries ever today...! Maybe cuz they look like chubby rustic french fries...
Mondays are beige days in general.

I always threaten to take advantage of cultural happenings in the city but its easier said than done. I really love the ballet though, i'll be back for the nutcracker near the holidays -i go every year for that one. The iris apfel documentary is next on my agenda!
Ttrockwood

foodfeud said...

I have no idea why I am so obsessed with that New Delhi pasta salad but thank you for including the shot of the ingredients; I want to try to make it.
I invented a straight edge cereal yesterday that stays Crispy Til Death. maybe that's a bad joke you won't get, and good for you. In any case, hope those cornflakes stayed crispy enough for you. I know you are into eating things slowly.

vegan power said...

I'm definitely going to try to make that pasta salad! I drool every time you show it. Sometimes beige is the color of comfort.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

Sarah, i wish I wasnt a fan of Pasta. Count yourself lucky on that one. Glad you sold some wares. maybe you will have your own brick and mortar jewelry store in Soho one day.

Unknown, yeah, Pasta has not been my friend lately. Just dont know when to stop. The Fries were excellent, that is for sure. I heard about that Iris Apfel documentary, got good reviews. I am sure you are aware of the other fashion related documentary that is a real eye-opener about cheap clothing. Seeing the Nutcracker is a worthy Holiday tradition. my new tradition is making Glogg.

FF, i dont get the Crispy Til Death reference, but I know of straight edge veganism. I dont thnk drinking is allowed, so that counts you out. The Cornflakes do get soggy, but they are still damned delicious.

VP, my attempts at recreating favorite prepared foods never works out. hopefully your results will vary.