Spring is here! It's only March, but the April showers AND the May flowers are here already. And as Ryan would tell you, the Mayflowers bring...Pilgrims! LOL
Ryan's lunch: tofu salad sandwich; apple slices; Tofurky asparagus rolls; baby carrots; steamed broccoli.
I think my paring knife needs sharpening! It was mangling the apple peel (which admittedly wasn't so firm unfortunately). I need to become more adept at knife sharpening.
Catching up on my food from the weekend...
7:30am- smoothie: 1 peach, 1/2 cup frozen mango, 1/4 cup blueberries, 3 frozen strawberries, liquid DHA, water.
12:30pm- 1 avocado; marinated green beans; baby carrots.
2:30pm- Raw Revolution chocolate coconut bar.
4:30pm- mixed nuts; 1 banana.
8pm- tomato salad (tomatoes, snap peas, grapes, scallion, lemon juice).
7:30am- bowl of cantaloupe; smoothie: 1/2 banana, 1 nectarine, 1/4 cup frozen blueberries, 3 frozen strawberries, grated coconut, liquid DHA, water.
10:30am- some raisins, sliced almonds & date pieces.
12:30pm- bento lunch while hiking: spinach salad (baby spinach, tomatoes, scallion, shoyu); cantaloupe; 1/3 of a Raw Revolution chocolate coconut bar; 3 baby carrots; olives; pickle spears.
2:30pm- flax crackers w/almond butter; an orange.
5pm- cold miso soup.
8pm- 2 sliced bananas w/almond butter, grated coconut & agave nectar.
7am- smoothie: frozen strawberries, blueberries & black raspberries, 1 banana, grated coconut, liquid DHA, water.
9am- flax crackers; 1 mango.
11am- apple slices w/almond butter.
1:30pm- 1 banana; Raw Revolution chocolate coconut bar.
3pm- marinated zucchini; sliced tomatoes.
8pm- 1 avocado.
Monday, March 22, 2010
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Yum! Your apple looks very nice! I find that for some reason a serrated knife cuts the apple knife better than a paring.
We're heading to Boston on Friday to visit my grandparents. Do you know of any shops there that carry bento or bento supplies? :D
There are some small shops in Chinatown that have limited bento supplies, and Super 88 market. And a few specialty shops on Newbury St. and in Cambridge in Harvard & Porter Squares.
But the place I've heard has the cheaper & best selection is Kam Man Market in Quincy (just south of Boston). I am dying to get over there to check it out myself! Are you spending the night? I was considering a trip in to Boston on Saturday actually...
Ooo I think I will have to convince my dad that it's a must see stop then!
We'll be staying for a few nights but I'm not sure yet what our itinerary is :D
Wow, that apple work is brilliant! Love the flowers along the sandwich too :)
Nice idea carving a decoration into the apple skin! very delicate :o)
Jenn, I've actually had the opposite experience. I use serrated knives for the majority of my kitchen work, but I find they rip up the edges of the design on fruit skins. I gotta get me a good sharpener and the skills to use it properly!
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