Is there some kind of “Criminal Minds” rerun support group out there? I am a woman obsessed. I need to finish the old seasons in a hurry so I can start going to bed at a reasonable hour again.
I’ll let the pictures (mostly) speak for themselves…
My coffee combo for the week was on point.
One day I even paired my brew with a KIND salted caramel Popped Bar.
It’s obviously no fun that my husband regularly works nights and weekends, but it is nice that his schedule allows us to occasionally go on mid-week breakfast dates.
We enjoyed doughnuts – and matcha – and a walk before I had to go to work.
This week I was all about the sandwiches and I didn’t have many of my usual yogurt bowls so I had to make this one count. Plum on plum!
I got an okay sandwich in the cafeteria.
Sliced turkey and muenster cheese with mustard, lettuce, tomato, and peppers on an onion roll.
And brought a fantastic sandwich from home. TJ’s sliced sourdough with Applegate smoked turkey, haloumi cheese, and olive oil mayo.
Plus an apple and sliced Persian cucumbers on the side for crunch.
The cafeteria came through on salad day. Romaine topped with black beans, black olives, peppers, sliced carrots, cheddar cheese, tabouli, and ranch.
With pita chips from the hummus bar (where I found the tabouli) on the side.
Polar’s peach seltzer is amazing, practically juicy. I’ve got two of the summer flavors waiting in my fridge too and I’m pretty excited about it.
Guava cheese empanada on the train.
Latte from Café Dada.
Let’s be real, this was one of many coffee snacks this week but the pictures were getting repetitive so I’m only sharing the pretty one.
A kitchen-sink leftovers salad whose components ended up pairing together perfectly. A big bowl of lettuce topped with TJ’s sesame soy ginger vinaigrette, Applegate chicken hot dogs, peanuts, edamame, and Persian cucumbers.
With cinnamon toast on the side.
Seriously, how good is cinnamon toast??
This meal was super simple but it was the tastiest of the week.
TJ’s frozen gnocchi with tomato sauce and mozzarella didn’t knock our socks off, but for frozen gnocchi that comes together in 7 minutes it was certainly fine.
But this spinach is one of the best damn things I’ve ever made. Fresh baby spinach (8 cups worth that cooked down into practically nothing!) steam-sautéed with salt and evoo with low-fat sour cream, minced garlic, raisins, and toasted pine nuts tossed in for the last few minutes of cooking.
I seriously would not shut up about how yummy this was – I even paused “Criminal Minds” to rave about it!
Have a great weekend.