What I Really Ate Wednesday

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You can tell it’s a busy week when I rely on picture posts. Since I usually show you Monday or Tuesday for What I Ate Wednesday, I figured I’d show you what this actual Wednesday looked like.

The interns had our monthly “class day” this Wednesday, which meant morning lectures and a free afternoon. I’d like to say I got a lot of work done, but really, I caught up on laundry and went for a massage. It was exactly what I needed to do. Since I wasn’t at the hospital all day, I actually had time to be a little more creative in my use of leftovers…

Breakfast: I packed some yogurt-based overnight oats to eat during the first class

Lunch: Leftover curried red lentil kabocha soup with veggies and goat cheese; toast with avocado and roasted pepper 

Snack: Green smoothie with cereal 

Dinner: Grits with veggies, tofu and bacon (why not put tofu and bacon in the same bowl?), topped with miso tahini dressing; side salad 

Snack: Apple with PB2/chocolate sauce 

As much as I’ve been loving my current rotation, the break in the routine was welcome. I feel like I got a chance to hit the “reset” button—and just in time. Back to the life. Have a great day!

Do you ever pair bacon with stereotypical vegetarian fare? 

2 thoughts on “What I Really Ate Wednesday

    Lauren said:
    April 13, 2012 at 11:27 am

    I put bacon in veggies all the time (good nitrite free bacon) and I can have 1 pc of that versus a big chicken serving. What pretty food. The cereal in smoothie confuses me, ha ha.

      Jess responded:
      April 17, 2012 at 9:15 pm

      Yeah-the cereal in a smoothie is one of those weird things that I tried one day when I didn’t know if I wanted cereal or a smoothie for a snack. Something about the texture is very satisfying!

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