I'm hungry but I don't know what I want. Maybe an apple with peanut butter and medjool dates. Or maybe I'll swap out the dates for prune. Or maybe pancakes. Waffles sound good too. But I still have a wee bit of papaya to finish.
What did/are you having?
Right now I'm still working on a cuppa joe, but then I'll have some cheese, yogurt and an apple for breakfast.ReplyDelete
I love apples. Picked more up yesterday. The last of the locals.Delete
Hope your meal was yummy.
I had oatmeal for breakfast. Probably veggies for lunch. I'm prediabetic and trying (but rarely succeeding) to eat right.ReplyDelete
Here's hoping that this time next year, you're out of the danger zone.Delete
Just scoffing some Scottish shortbread.....yum!ReplyDelete
Ohh, Scottish shortbread sounds gooooood.Delete
At the moment - ginger tea and stollen.ReplyDelete
Happy Christmas time!
Love ginger tea. Happy Christmas to you as well. Cheers.Delete
Croissant and yogurt and sage tea, making cornbread and dressing later and seasoning our Christmas Eve turkey for the overnight :)ReplyDelete
Oh, sage. Love it. Very cool on getting your bird ready ahead of time. Wishing you a lovely private Christmas with your family.Delete
Yesterday I made a HUGE batch of fruit salad (over twenty different fruits). I will be pretty much living on it for the next week or so.ReplyDelete
Wow, twenty different fruits. Which bits did you love the most?Delete
Happy Christmas :-)
Love it all. The mango and the fresh lychees are probably high on the list. Like the berries. And the stone fruit. And the cherries.Delete
Fresh lychees, I have always wanted to try those. Saw them in a tin last week, came close to buying them but decided to wait for fresh. Do you eat them often?Delete
They come into season at this time of year. And while they are in season I eat them as often as I can. A pain to peel - but worth it.Delete
We just had ham sandwich, macaroni salad and home made fruit salad! MiumReplyDelete
Sounds good. How goes your new Ninja?Delete
Happy Christmas, Richard.
I haven't had breakfast yet but I suppose I should. Maybe scrambled eggs.ReplyDelete
Toast with the eggs? Or some tots?Delete
I had Whole Foods Seeduction bread toasted and spread with sunflower seed butter with an orange on the side. Good stuff.ReplyDelete
Based on your comments over at my blog, I think you and I would have fun shopping together. Trying new seeds and whipping up nut buttersDelete
A cheese and ham sandwich!ReplyDelete
Ah, Tim likes those, grilled and with a side of homemade tomato soup.Delete
Happy Christmas, Lurker.
After having a fall last night, we ended up with subs for supper.ReplyDelete
Oh no. I'm sorry to read this. And you were getting healed up and not hurting. Did you rest today?Delete
Didn't have a lot of choice Ivy.Delete
I know that feeling.Delete
Leftovers throughout the day because I cooked a whole bunch of stuff the past few days. I also made a whole bunch of yummy cookies for Christmas that my daughter and I munch on now and then. Nom nom nom...ReplyDelete
So what did you settle on finally?
Glad you're enjoying your time with your kiddo. Very, very cool. I remember that you got all those good eats ready. So smart.Delete
Papaya, soup and then frozen sweet cherries (from summer), blueberries and sorghum syrup made into frozen yum.
I'm thinking cheesecake for dessert.ReplyDelete
Yum. What kind?Delete
I started off great with oatmeal for breakfast then have been nibbling on cookies and chocolates...eeps.ReplyDelete
Went that day without...ReplyDelete
.... had a Sub sandwich the next day....