Shout Out, Shout Out, Shout Out

Before I get into the fab food I had yesterday, I want to give a couple of shouts outs! First, to my dear friend, Mara, over at What’s For Dinner for giving props to my new bead page, thanks Mara!  Next up on the shout out list is the lovely Heather at Hangry Pants, they are doing an almond butter giveaway so get on over there and get dibs!! And last, but certainly not least, is Brandi, she just posted the BSI ingredient for this week  and there are prizes involved so get on over there and submit your recipes!!

Ok, now that we have taken care of the general blog administration, we can talk about the food. I had a fantastic day of food! I started out with another bowl of All Bran Strawberry fields, but this time, in addition to the ground flax seed, I added a few dried blueberries! Now THAT is what I am talking about, so good!


For lunch, I had The Chef make me a small salad to fill my veggie slots for the day


along with a bowl of black bean soup topped with cheese and sour cream. I pulled the soup out of the freezer which is always good for a quick lunch.


I had a really busy afternoon, so busy, I forgot to eat my snack. I was heading down the highway to meet the dear husband for an errand when my stomach was rebelling against my bad memory. I searched my bags only to find that my bar stash was wiped clean. I called the dear husband to see what he had in his stash and he didn’t have anything either. Luckily, one of the errands was right next to Panera so I stopped in and got a mango smoothie. It is normally just the fruity mix and ice so I had them add in a little vanilla yogurt for some staying power. The smoothie was good but it would be better in the summertime!


After our errands, I was really cold and craving a warm sandwich so we stopped into one our favorite local spots to pick up grilled subs. We got them to go so that we could get home at a decent time. Mine was a vegetarian with lots of toppings. They put these really delicious sweet peppers on it with a really zesty Italian dressing. These things are killer!


On the side, we shared an order of sweet potato fries. They were a little soggy from being in the to go bag but they were tasty none the less.


We spent the evening watching a little tv and reading. I am a little behind on my group therapy book so I needed to catch up before tonight’s session!!


13 Responses

  1. Sounds like a nice PM with you man 🙂

  2. Hey Beadie! I know what you mean when you say how good this food is-not only does it look delicious (hello sp fries and all bran cereal with flax) but you fed your body with the food it wants, and needs.

    So to you, beadie!!!!

  3. That black bean soup looks so yummy! Beautiful smoothie!

    Have a great day!

  4. Gorgeous smoothie!!

  5. That smoothie looks so neat, with ribbons peeking through. Sounds like you all enjoyed a nice afternoon out, good luck with your reading 🙂

  6. Great eats! I can’t wait for smoothie season, it is my breakfast of choice in the summertime. Have a great day! 🙂

  7. Yum 🙂 Is the same sub place/sweet potato fry place you blogged about this summer?

    I want those fries 🙂

    Thanks for the shoutout!

  8. Great eats! I have black bean soup for lunch today!

  9. Brandi, it IS the same place. It is this dinky little whole in the wall but the food is so good! Next time, I will take a picture of the place!

  10. The smoothie looks so good!!

  11. That smoothie looks amazing!!! Makes me really miss summer…and thanks for the shout out!!!

  12. WOW. Now that’s a salad. ohhhh panera, do not tempt me!;)

  13. mmm, sweet potato fries …
    and that smoothie is so artistic!

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