What I Ate Wednesday #121: Newport Folk Festival Eats

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I’ve been all thrown off this week because of having Monday off, but the calendar tells me that yes, it is in fact Wednesday already—aka What I Ate Wednesday.Thank you as always to the lovely Jenn of Peas & Crayons for hosting the weekly link party. Take a visit to see more WIAW from other bloggers!

The other day, I got a spam comment saying, “I HATE what you are doing” regarding the whole WIAW thing, but hey, it’s my blog, and I didn’t ask you, robot. So without further ado, here’s what I ate in Newport at the folk festival. This year, my family rented a house since my parents, sister, aunts/uncles/cousins were there a little longer and we cooked dinner every night I was there. We enjoyed some great stuff. Here’s what Saturday entailed:

  • Breakfast: leftover veggies from the previous night’s dinner, topped with an egg and a packet of Wholly Guacamole I found in the fridge.
  • Lunch: My mom and I split a lobster roll and a Greek salad with hummus.
  • Snacks: An unpictured apple; later, vanilla Greek frozen yogurt from Ben & Jerry’s
  • Dinner: Sautéed scallops & shrimp with salad and bread with olivio light spread—I think that’s what it was called, at least; a big glass of wine was also involved
  • Dessert: Leftover fruit salad made with plums, grapefruit and watermelon

Here’s what I ate at Newport Folk Festivals past…

What kinds of things do you like to eat on vacation? 

One thought on “What I Ate Wednesday #121: Newport Folk Festival Eats

    Impulse Buys | Keeping It Real Food said:
    September 10, 2013 at 2:00 pm

    […] grocery run, “x” just so happened to be Primal Strips. After trying these at the Newport Folk Festival, I made a mental note to try some other flavors. So hey. Guess we’ll […]

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