Today I met Melissa (from Missy Maintains) for lunch. We had met for the first time earlier this month at the Quantum Leap blog dinner. We decided to go to the Sea Thai Bistro, because it's close to where she works, and I had to miss last week's blog lunch there. It was kind of crappy out today, but it was nice to get to meet again for lunch! We talked about food (and took pictures of course! lol), work, and of course, our boyfriends. ;) Here are my daily eats!
I basically didn't get around to eating breakfast until I was nearly out the door to go to lunch! lol I had the other half of my granola bar that I got yesterday from City Girl Cafe (I had the first half last night). It's been so long since I've gotten this granola bar that I had forgotten why I loved it so much! It has such a delicious peanut butter flavor to it... yum!
At Sea Thai Bistro I got one of my favorite foods (and if you follow my blog, you see I eat these quite often!), spring rolls, of course! And the best part is, at Sea Thai your appetizer is free and they give you quite a few to choose from! I always get the spring rolls though because they are delicious and vegetarian!
For my main course I decided to try something different from last time, and I'm glad I did! I got the broad rice noodles with eggs, broccoli, tofu, and black soy sauce. This was really good and super filling!
I stopped at the West Side Market on my way home, and got this new chocolate bar to try. I bought it because it reminded me of my favorite, the wonka bar! Because this chocolate bar also had graham cracker pieces in it. I had half this afternoon... it's not quite as amazing as the wonka bar, but it's up there! It's supposedly "healthier" too, made with all organic ingredients.
I just had an Amy's Breakfast Scramble Wrap along with an orange (considering I was still a little full from lunch).
When I got home there were plenty of Peanut shenanigans! lol
On Mom's umbrella!
In the Whole Foods bag!
And finally, helping Mom make apple crisp! (Which smells amazing, btw!)
Tomorrow I'm heading over to the Union Square farmer's market to get my pumpkin for Halloween. I can hardly believe it's already that time of year again! I go there every year to get my pumpkin... this year, I'll be making a Peanut pumpkin! And this is about as wild as it gets now that I'm too old for trick or treating! :(
So what are you all doing for Halloween?