It was another great day here in Ohio.
Our last day, unfortunately.
For breakfast I poured a bowl of my grandma’s cereal mix (Cheerios, Special K, and Crispix by the looks of it) with some vanilla almond milk.
Lunch was a big salad – romaine, cherry tomatoes, and an Asian sesame dressing – with cold truffle mac and cheese crumbled on top.
Leftover mac is officially the new crouton.
I also had a glass of almond milk,
and a turtle for dessert.
We spent the afternoon switching out Christmas decorations, and the boys found a minute for a quick nap.
Then we were off to the movies. We saw “We Bought a Zoo,” and all three of us thought it was great. Very funny and touching. My grandma handed me a mini York patty mid-movie that hit the spot.
Dinner was tasty as well, La Piazza in Troy. I started with a house salad with honey mustard dressing,
and two slices of bread with garlic dipping oil.
For our main meal, Adam and I split two entres. We shared, but both ate a larger portion of our “own” plates. He had Smoked Chicken Ravioli (stuffed with smoked chicken, herbs, cheeses, tossed with tomato basil cream),
and I got the Eggplant Parmigiana (fresh eggplant sliced and baked with tomato basil sauce and three cheeses).
All the dishes were good, but now we are feeling a little weighed down with cheese. In fact, I’m going to blame my heavy dinner for my complete and utter exhaustion at 9:45 pm. Good night!