I hope your weekend is off to a good start. I ran a few errands including the post office. Boy, that place seemed especially like a zoo on a Saturday morning. And here I thought I was being smart and avoiding the crowds. Then I carried on to the grocery store and Trader Joe’s for more jam-packed fun.
After fighting the crowds and praying for parking karma After running errands, I came home and nibble on some strawberries. And polished off all the sale fruit. Darn.
I also fired up the oven and made Roasted Sweet Potato Fries
And decided that Raw Taco Nut “Meat”
for a Raw Taco Salad sounded good
Breakfast/Snack/Dessert: It would have been a good morning to make some banana bread, but I ran out of time for that because I was in the kitchen creating something else. But try a loaf of Peanut Butter Banana Bread (Vegan, GF)
Or if chocolate is more your thing, there’s always Raw Vegan Brownies
From my last post about What Caught My Eye This Week around the ‘sphere, I’m glad all that food looked good to you!
1. Do you plan your errands so you don’t have to run them on the weekends?
It’s hard for me to get everything done that I want to during the week, so am forced (along with most of the working world) to shop on weekends and deal with crowded stores. Plus, sometimes I just run out of produce or something comes up that I need to grab and I have to run out for it and can’t avoid weekend errands.
2. On my last post, it was all about great looking recipes I’ve seen. Have you ever tried a recipe you’ve seen in the ‘sphere and it was a failure?
I have. I sometimes wonder if the the author really tested the recipe or if their tasetebuds are just very different from mine. Or maybe I goofed and made it wrong, entirely possible, of course.
Some things I see and know, right off the bat, that would not be up my alley. Sometimes certain flavor combos don’t look good to me.
Other times it’s the ratios of flours + oils + lack of this or that ingredient, and I can almost “scientifically sense” that this recipe would be hard to successfully recreate or have it come together properly for me.
But other times, I think, mmmm, sounds great! And then I try it, and the recipe doesn’t come together or work out. Or, the taste isn’t up my alley. And I am a little bummed, but hey, onto the next meal and next recipe. As I said yesterday, there are so many amazing blogs with so many great recipes, just point and click on over to the next one I have bookmarked.
3. Best thing you’ve eaten or done so far this weekend?
I spent some time in the kitchen, spent time with Skylar, and got a great streamlined workout in!
Enjoy your weekend!