Who else has been hitting the chocolate eggs this week? Easter candy abounds! We are spending the holiday with my in-laws – all three of our nieces! – so I’m going radio-silent on the blog front this weekend to focus on family time. I’m planning on skipping my weekend post, I’m not even packing a camera, and I’ll be back with a weekly wrap-up next Friday.
Iced Americano with chocolate milk.
I tried the cafeteria breakfast.
Scrambled eggs with turkey and veggie sausage. The coffee cup held wonderful Cisse milk chocolate vanilla bean hot chocolate.
Quaker Honey and Almonds with Justin’s Chocolate Hazelnut Butter.
And an apple.
Plus I snagged this delicious, thick!, strawberry lemonade from the cafeteria.
We made awesome egg salad for lunches this week; medium-boiled eggs, finely chopped celery and green and red pepper, miracle whip, pickle relish, mustard, and dill. Packed in a whole wheat pocket thin.
Plus wasabi seaweed and grapes.
The next day was chicken salad. A whole wheat bagel thin with chicken salad, fontina cheese, and pickled jalopeños.
Plus an apple to take away some of the heat. Peppers were the perfect addition to that sandwich.
I packed cookies, but I put them aside for a treat my coworker brought it, an Easter bun with cheese.
Easter candy, duh.
Cafe Dada iced coffee that the husband sweetly delivered when he picked me up from work one day.
This was a sample of Graham Crunch from Cascadian Farm with vanilla almond milk.
Very tasty. This stuff is just begging to be made into cereal s’mores bars.
I made my new favorite milkshake for Adam and myself.
Coffee frozen Greek yogurt with chocolate milk and toasted coconut.
Bubble teas from Kung Fu Tea. Coffee milk tea for me.
Dinner at a diner.
I got an eggplant parm panini.
It was yummy but ridiculously filling.
And then we had pie!
Cream pie! My slice was banana cream.
It was flipping fantastic.
Big piles of Nana’s chicken salad.
With roasted green beans.
On Wednesday we went to Williamsburg for dinner with a girlfriend. She took us to Snacky.
It was fantabulous. The space was adorable and the menu was all my favorite things. Adam and I split a salad with seaweed and sesame dressing.
And I got a rice bowl with spicy bbq miso chicken, plus kimchi and a fried egg.
I swooned my way through that bowl. It was perfect, exactly my favorite meal.
And we made similar(ish) bowls for dinner at home the next day.
A hash of chopped sweet potato, browned mushrooms, sliced spinach, green onions, and smoked trout with rosemary and smoked paprika. Topped with a fried egg.
Put an egg on it!
Have a great weekend!