It’s Wednesday. And this is What I Ate Wednesday.
And you know what?! Between the wedding planning (I think we found a venue!), house closing (which happens in a few weeks!), and high school soccer season approaching wayyy too quickly (although let’s be honest, I can’t wait for it to start!), life is just busy.
So let’s just get into it, shall we? 3, 2, 1, go!
WIAW (What I Ate Wednesday) 8
1. Farmer’s Market on Sunday.
Fresh roasted corn (with oodles of melted butter!):
The tastiest starchy vegetable.
And homegrown chemical-free strawberries. Not those mongo strawberries you find at the grocery store. These guys are tiny and cute, and oozing with juicy goodness!
Pure bliss, in the form of a strawberry.
2. Pistachio Gelato Pop.
Whole Foods in downtown Minneapolis does a gelato bar. A what?! Yes, you read that right. A g-e-l-a-t-o bar. Oh ok, pull my leg. I’ll just swing by on my way home from teaching yoga. That’s wayyy too convenient. But, it’s delicious. And worth every single lick (err, bite).
No food coloring here!
3. Annie Chun’s Organic Chicken and Vegetable Potstickers.
We don’t eat a lot of frozen convenient foods around this joint, but when these potstickers are on sale, I always buy them. They are quick and easy to make – and delicious! Not to mention they are organic, which makes it all the better. I had these for breakfast yesterday morning. With 14 grams of protein per serving, I figured that’s a good enough start to the day!
One of my all-time favorite foods.
4. Stir fry with chicken, pineapple, cashews, carrots, onions, and pea pods in a creamy turmeric sauce.
Tonight after looking at a wedding venue (that I think we will book – exciting stuff!) we stopped at our new favorite Asian place Wok in the Park (that name – I just love it). We didn’t discover the place until a few weeks ago (right before we move of course), and so we’ve been going there or getting take out basically once a week, and will likely continue to do so until we move to the other side of town at the end of July. That way hopefully we’ll be sick of it enough so that we won’t feel bad leaving. Hopefully being the key word here!
Welp, that’s all she wrote. Literally.