Oh hello. I am about to show you the most pitiful day of eats. Well, except for that bone broth! I forgot I had these in my deep freezer. They were buried under piles of meat – ha!
Nona Lim sent me a variety of their bone broths, and they are delicious. This one is barely 1 point or 25 calories. They can now be find in most Whole Food stores. I am not sure of the price point, but they came to me frozen. I defrosted it in my fridge the night before last, then just heated for 1:30 minutes in the microwave.
Work was crazy busy yesterday and I had this around 9:30 and it kept me full for a couple hours. I did add a bit of crushed red pepper to spice it up, but that’s just me. And, of course I have crushed red pepper at work, don’t you?! 😀
Around 11:30 I had a hard boiled egg and sliced turkey breast. It hit the spot.
I mentioned on my Instagram story that I brought mystery “soup” to work. I wasn’t sure if it was black bean soup or marinara sauce! It was black bean soup. But I reheated it three times and after the third time, just gave up. It tasted good, but I have no idea how long it was in my deep freeze. Although it does kind of look like ground up dog food.
I was not expecting to work last last night, but I caught the 7:30 train home, which gets me home at 9:00. I’m not going to go into details, but its sad that the person with a high work ethic (aka – me!) gets all the responsibility and is constantly the go to person because everyone else just says no. We had a very high net worth client in the office that needed documents notarized, and no one would stay 30 seconds past 5:00. Insane.
I barely touched my phone all day and when I got on the train I had 87 direct messages on Instagram – glad to know people were like “where is my Biz TV?!” #love
I know I had pictures of my dinner on my phone, but this morning, they were not there. I made chicken, corn and spinach tacos for dinner last night. And ate the at 9:30, and was in bed by 10:30.
But check out this clear pumpkin pie!!! I so want to try to make that. But the recipes I’ve seen are like “make your pumpkin mash and let it sit for 5 days – then read the directions for your distiller.” What?!
I am going to work on that recipe. You’re welcome.
Hey – my delicata squash biscuits are posted on The Chopping Block! Go check it out – these are the most forgiving biscuits – so easy to make. If you don’t have delicata squash, butternut squash is the perfect substitute.
I added fried sage on top, and while it didn’t stick to the biscuit, before eating it, I crumbled it over the top and got that hint of sage in every bite. So good! I will say though, they are best eaten the same day made. If you have leftovers, they can be brought back by toasting them – with a little apple butter or strawberry preserves, it’s a good thing.
Happy Wednesday my friends – make it a great day!