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Always delicious, mostly nutritious - weekend photo food journal

Monday, May 06, 2013

Saturday, we had places to be.

Coffee and a banana to start the day.

I was hoping we would find a place to get a scone, but I ended up with a buffalo chicken dip with tortilla chips. (I ate about half the chips, maybe less.)

Then, a brownie and an iced tea beverage

Some walking...

Adult beverage featuring all my favorites: pear vodka, prosecco and st. germain, plus lime juice.

Unpictured: cup of clam chowder, shared bruschetta and beet salad, half an onion ring (not my favorite thing)

emoticon then there was a longish bit of walking around Plymouth, MA.

I should have taken more pics when we were out on the breakwater... Rock-stepping and sea breezes, waves on either side, it was lovely.

Instead, the first stop we made...


Breakfast - duck egg and blue cheese omelet, fingerling potato, grain sausage, shallots, mushrooms, garlic and dinosaur kale hash. Glass of orange mango juice.

Hazelnut and chocolate gelato on Federal Hill - trip to Italian grocery store, then more vegetable-buying elsewhere.

Dinner was fresh pasta with grilled veggies, plus a taste of both a wild mushroom and a puttanesca sauce and some baked ricotta grated over the top. (Added a touch more cheese and a spoonful more of the wild mushroom sauce after I'd had the first half.)

There was also more chocolate

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    Fantastic...and I like the fact that you aren't a slave to calorie counts! I too believe if you eat clean, REAL foods you are satisfied with less than you'd ever be with the processed GLOP meals that people throw in the micro and then proudly say 'that was only 200 calories'...200 calories of WHAT??? No wonder they are hungry 15 minutes later! emoticon
    1871 days ago
    The photos are fun. That's some serious food. lol emoticon
    1873 days ago
    MAGGIEVAN - I don't count calories... I believe I'm eating appropriately for my goals and activity level these days, though.


    For the most part, anyway!

    1873 days ago
    I liked the photos. Thanks for your photo blog. Did you stay in your calorie range?
    1873 days ago
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