Apologies for another late post! Honestly? When I get home from work I get into bed fully dressed with a snack for at least 30 minutes and sometimes I just don’t get up again to do anything productive! I know I haven’t really blogged about some of the big recent changes at work, but suffice to say I am tired. <– but also really happy to be busy and getting some exposure to new things
Some of my favorite bites from the [last] week…
I was all about the premade coffees this week and they were surprisingly delicious. Starbuck’s dark roast iced coffee.
Caribou vanilla iced coffee.
Cafeteria baked potato bar. With sour cream, cilantro, cheese/sauce, and salsa.
Yummy yogurt bowls. Coffee Chobani with chocolate tahini, maple granola, and walnuts and an eve apple.
Blood orange Chobani with Heritage Flakes and sunshine raspberries.
Whole Foods hot bar = black bean sauce broccoli, green beans, curried cauliflower, pasta salads, sweet chili tofu.
Plus I tried their mocha ice cream in butter pecan and black sesame. <– this might be my new favorite thing
Blue chip nachos! With corn, cheddar, black beans, and fresh tomatoes. I dipped them into roasted tomato salsa.
I bought a bag of rolls at our grocery’s bakery ($1.69 for a variety pack of six?!) and we became obsessed with turkey and cheddar sandwiches. The key is spreading the bun with a mix of mayo and gojuchang.
I made a simple veggie and tofu bowl that was our favorite dinner of the week.
Chopped raw bok choy with TJ’s sesame soy ginger vinaigrette / TJ’s teriyaki baked tofu / crispy edamame – tossed with evoo and salt and baked at 400* for 20 minutes / black sesame seeds.
Leftover sesame noodles with chili oil with baked tofu and crispy edamame.
A dinner in parts: Adam had to take a super quick trip to Delaware this week and I worked out my schedule to tag along. We started with Mile End in Brooklyn for appetizers. Garlic knish.
Brussel sprouts salad (with a mix of raw and roasted!) with labne, sumac, and honeycomb and pumpernickel powder. It was amazing.
Mid-dinner dessert stop for churros with dulce de leche at the new DeKalb Market Hall.
And finally Grain in Newark. I had a great whiskey sour.
And the best crab cake sandwich of my life; it was absolutely packed with crab meat, no filler to be found.
Enjoy the rest of your week!