Catching up

April 25, 2010 at 11:52 am Leave a comment

So, I’ve had a bit of an unfortunate few weeks — Over the course of the last 10 days I have had wisdom tooth infections, oral surgery, strep throat, blood tests confirming that I have mono, and now a lovely rash that formed as a reaction between mononucleosis and amoxicillin. Safe to say I am very excited for this month to be over and to start over fresh.

Anyways, since I haven’t had internet in a while I’ve been backed up… but here we go!

Charlie and I went to a delicious Turkish restaurant in the Upper East Side for breakfast a few morning ago… On our menu was turkish coffee, a turkish danish with cheese, the Sultan platter (eggs, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, and cheese), and a turkish omelette with cheese and tomatoes.

Next up was a diner lunch — Chocolate chip banana pancakes, an omelette, and a veggie burger with onion and avocado.

Yesterday morning we had a spread of oatmeal — oats, milk, banana, peanut butter, dark chocolate peanut butter, almonds, sunflower seeds, dark chocolate chips

This morning, a green smoothie was in order to try and combat whatever ills are still left in my system (and to try and get this rash to go away!) In the smoothie: A scoop of greek yogurt, 1 chocolate silk soymilk, 4 strawberries, 2 large handfuls of spinach, and 1 banana. So good!


Entry filed under: Meals.

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