Happy Wednesday. How’s your week going? A lot of us on the east coast are still like, “What the f*** was that!?” regarding Saturday’s snow storm. I can’t believe I’d rolled my eyes Friday when they were talking doom & gloom all over the news. I was just thankful I got to spend Saturday safely inside, especially because I knew I was expected at the hospital on Sunday. It gave me a chance to catch up on writing work and even—gasp—read for pleasure. Ruth Reichl’s new book, My Kitchen Year, is such a joy. And this is coming from someone who hardly ever says things like “such a joy!” IMG_5079

For this week’s What I Ate Wednesday, it seemed only fitting to share my snow-day eats. But first, I think I need to share a snapshot of what was going on at my parents’ house. Eli was napping comfortably against my mom’s leg until he realized she was taking pictures of him. Nap interrupted:Eli nap interrupted

Caption: “Hey—I’m sleepin’ here!” My mom joked that Eli has turned into a little Jersey boy. The idea of him with my homeland accent is hilarious.

Meanwhile, in NYC, I was making and eating things. 

Breakfast: A leisurely bowl of savory mushroom-topped oats with goat cheese and tahini

mushroom oat bowl

Lunch: A salad, avocado toast with hemp seeds, and some soup from the freezer

soup salad snow day lunch

Snack: Plain yogurt with coconut flour, cocoa powder, and blackberrieschocolate yogurt

 

Dinner: Leftovers—farro in a brothy tomato sauce (delicious recipe fail), greens, and leftover roasted cauliflower, topped with a fried egg and the last few slices of avocado #uglybutgood

leftover farro and veg with egg

 

Snack: A banana with PB2 sauce before bed

How did you spend your Saturday? What was the last book you read? 
To see more WIAW from other bloggers, check out founder Jenn’s blog Peas & Crayons.

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