There are weeks when I take lots of food photos and then weeks when I take few. This past week was the latter, I'm afraid.
Sometimes I'm just plain hungry and I have my dinner all eaten before I remember my dear camera, which generally sits smack in the middle of the kitchen counter. If I put it away I only have to go get it out again, after all. Anyway, for this What I Ate Wednesday, I'm sharing the photos I did manage to take, like this one, above. This is last night's dinner of Tofu Mexicali Scramble on tortillas.
I noticed when I was shopping for my weekly menu plan that I had put down three different tofu recipes this week. I love tofu, but I also like variety. This was a mistake, but I'm sticking with it anyway.
We had tofu on Saturday, too, when my husband made penne, tomato sauce and tofu balls. As you can see, I was so eager to eat them I didn't try to make it look pretty in any way!
On Sunday, we had barbecue. Tofu again! Portobello mushrooms, zucchini and peppers too. With a side of quinoa. I love bbq season, especially since my husband does the barbecuing.
I received a Snackbox this week. I'll soon be reviewing the service, but I wanted to show a couple of the snacks I sampled here. I'm late to the party on these SeaSnax I think. My kids said other kids often bring them to school. The living is a little fancier now than when I was a kid! Anyway, I wasn't big on them, but my son loved them, which is almost better in my opinion, because there are plenty of healthy snacks I like. Him not so much.
My husband and I both loved these RW Garcia curry dippers though. I found them addictive. We never did get to dipping them.
Did you enjoy any special snacks this week?
Beagle on The Loose
By the time we had the leash on her, a man was getting out of his car saying, "She's mine." Shortly after, his wife and two children came hurrying down the street. The kids had left the gate in the backyard open. As the man said, beagles are "tail up, nose to the ground." They just keep on going.
When we first adopted Jolene (in other words, she wasn't at all bonded to us) she managed to get loose in a large park full of kids playing soccer games. As I chased her through the park and eventually into the street, I called for people to grab her. Nobody did. They just stared at me like I was a crazy person. Eventually I got hold of her (by the train tracks!), but I almost had a heart attack first.
I guess the moral of my story is put your address on your dog's tag...and, if you see Jolene running down the street, please grab her.
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