lunch on the fly

October 21, 2010 at 10:55 pm Leave a comment

yesterday, while enjoying my lunch break, i headed over to bryant park to sit outside and enjoy my nicely packed meal. armed with only a cell phone, i had no choice but to rely on my dinky little blackberry camera. on the menu?

leftover butternut squash/veggie soup:

with a side “sandwich” which consisted of whole wheat pita, sliced tomatoes, sprouts, kale, mustard and 2 slices of cheddar cheese. fancy:

the food might not impress, but it was a great discovery that enjoying my homemade meals each day in a beautiful park is a simple possibility.

in other news, chipotle is awesome.

they’re offering a discount on their deliciousness if you dress up as “the most horrifying processed-food product” you can think of. some of their suggestions are chicken nuggets, canned pasta, frozen pizzas, hot dogs, or standard lunch meats. i will now spend my next few days brainstorming an outfit while i drive all the way to here:

it’s a long story. one which i’d much rather explain another day… see you in the south!

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Entry filed under: Meals.

butternut veggie soup day 1

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