Wednesday was really a surprisingly good day of eats!
For breakfast, I had leftover waffles and half of a pink grapefruit.
Lunch was in two parts: first, I had PB&J on a rye bun. I don’t know what possessed me to do this (because you know rye has a certain flavor) but somehow it turned out good. With brussel sprouts.
And then finished it off with carrots & hummus. I was afraid this wouldn’t fill me up (PB&J rarely does) but somehow it worked today!
I snacked on a Larabar before a dental appointment (and brushed my teeth, ha ha). Then when I got home, I was hungry while making the meal for our Girl’s Night Potluck, so I had a banana to hold me over 🙂
Everything we had this week was really simple, but turned out great!
I once again made Mama Pea’s black bean burgers. I will never get tired of these; they taste great and they are so cheap and easy to make too!
I picked up these rye buns (same one my PB&J came on earlier) at Kroger on Tuesday, after perusing all the choices and ingredients. Most of the white and wheat buns had egg whites, so I was glad to find these. I think they tasted great!
For our side, we had some steamed mixed vegetables. This mix is my favorite, I must be a fan of starchy veggies 😉
But the real star of our show was the topping for the burgers!
The “pico de gallo style” guacamole from Wholly Guacamole was out of this world! Best prepackageg guac I have ever had 🙂
If you’ve ever had the black bean burger at Max & Erma’s, there’s comes with guacamole on it too, which is where I think I must’ve gotten the idea from.
Finally, my plate (plus more veggies afterwards)!
It wouldn’t be girl’s night without wine!
This Glen Ellen pinot grigio was quite tasty! I always like trying new brands I hadn’t heard of.
Courtney said she wasn’t sure what to think since this bottle was pretty cheap (I think $3.99). But sometimes, I think that just makes it taste better 😉
Posted on February 4, 2010, in Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, products, Snacks and tagged black bean burgers, Glen Ellen wine, larabar, leftovers, Mama Pea, recipes, Wholly Guacamole. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.