Breakfast: Made lemon scones. Basically, the recipe here, but without raspberries. Tessa couldn’t decide on lemon or vanilla glaze, so we made both. Lunch: Grilled salami and cheese sandwich
Afternoon snack: Hand Pie. Some chocolate chips. Iced Tea Dinner: Pulled pork. Tried a combination of sous vide and smoker based on Serious Eats. The texture and moisture of the meat was awesome, but it didn’t really pick up much smoke flavor. I used the gas grill with wood chips over the lighted burner on one end and the meat at the other end. Kept the grill temp around 280F. Wood just smoked for a few minutes, then went out. Next time (and there will be a next time for this technique) I’ll try the electric smoker. Two hours smoking. Also made the usual BBQ sauce from APL (Serious BBQ). Suzanne made sweet potato rolls and an awesome vinegar slaw.
Breakfast: English muffin with cream cheese and strawberries Lunch: Turkey sandwich Afternoon snack: Moon pie cookie from the farmer’s market. Coke zero Dinner: Beef stew. Green salad. Dessert: Experimental yellow cupcake with chocolate frosting
Breakfast: Hot tea. English muffin with butter and jam Morning Snack: Iced tea Lunch: Leftover rice and beans Afternoon snack: Coke zero. Brie and bread. Dinner: Buttermilk chicken, roasted potatoes, asparagus, green salad. Dessert: Apple pie and ice cream
Breakfast: Bacon. Lots of bacon. Also bagels with cream cheese. Hot cocoa. Lunch: Peanut butter and honey sandwich with Buffalo Bleu chips Afternoon snack: Mocha Frappuccino (it’s been happy hour pricing for a week). Brie with crackers. Dinner: Beef tenderloin wrapped in prosciutto. Asparagus. Green salad Dessert: Grasshopper pie. Chocolate bar.
Location: Hogsmead (Universal Studios) Breakfast: Yogurt and granola parfait, orange juice Lunch: Shepherd’s Pie and green salad at the Three Broomsticks. Iced tea. Afternoon snack: Iced butterbeer (yummy! if a trifle sweet). Java Chip Frapuccino. Coke zero. Dinner: Split a chicken salad at Wolfgang Puck’s in City Walk
Breakfast: Oatmeal with nibs and blueberries Morning Snack: Chocolate covered almonds Lunch: Leftover polenta stuff Afternoon snack: Coke zero, more almonds, some leftover candy Dinner: Pizza (it is Pi Day, after all)… made a sauce in the pressure cooker that was really good. Also saute’d some onions, along with red peppers, frozen corn, and prosciutto made for a good pie. Dessert: Mini grasshopper pie
Here’s the sauce recipe:
Pressure Cooker Pizza Sauce
Heat olive oil until very hot in pressure cooker, then add onion, basic, oregano, and pepper flakes. Saute 5 minutes then add the garlic for another minute.
Add one can of tomatoes, then drain some juice out of the other can before adding. Toss in the salt and sugar, drop the lid on the pressure cooker, bring it up to pressure and cook for 15 minutes. Depressurize however you like, open lid and hit the stuff with a stick blender. If it’s watery, you could let it simmer some more.
This makes enough for 2 pizzas.
Breakfast: Oatmeal with blueberries and nibs Morning Snack: Cinnamon roll Lunch: Bacon cheeseburger and fries at Barney’s. Diet Pepsi Afternoon snack: Iced tea. Some chocolate nibbles Dinner: Skillet polenta with taco seasoning (experimental) Dessert: Mini grasshopper pie
Breakfast: Oatmeal with blueberries and nibs Lunch: Leftover fettuccini alfredo Afternoon snack: Leftover sandwich from AG Ferrari. I don’t know what was in it, but it was good. Diet coke Dinner: US Senate Bean Soup (from Joy of Cooking) made with leftover ham bone, frozen a while ago Dessert: Experimental mini chocolate cream pies. We even did a couple of pie-by’s Cute and Tiny!
Breakfast: Oatmeal with nibs and raspberries Lunch: Cheeseburger and fries at the Berkeley Freehouse. Also a couple of wings. Diet coke Afternoon snack: Coke zero. A leftover halloween candy Dinner: Chicken sausage, rice, saute’d carrots Dessert: Leftover chocolate cream pie
Breakfast: Oatmeal with fresh strawberries and nibs Lunch: Fried chicken sandwich, orzo salad, cookies, lemonade Afternoon snack: Coke zero, french fries Dinner: Chicken Tika Masala (package from Costco) Dessert: Chocolate cream pie. For Pi day