Hi you! I’m excited to share with you a few amazing meals from the past few days. Unfortunately, I seem to have momentary memory lapse when trying to record a full day of eats, so I did my best to piece together recent eats along with current enigmas that baffle and bemuse.
Let’s start with dessert.
Eat: The bottom is a mug brownie from The Big Man’s World with ice cream on top.
Enigma: My chromebook. It breathed its last…kind of. Technically the battery breathed its last. After looking at my options, I decided it would just be best to buy a new device, but why chromey did you have to give up right before school starts?Eat: This was half of the size of my face, and I had to first strategize the best method of attack. The beauty included hummus, butternut squash, homegrown maters, sprouts, lettuce, and avocado.
Enigma: Naps. They can feel so right at one moment, and then you wake up an hour later in a puddle of your own drool, groggy and hungry, questioning why you thought a little rest would make you feel better. And then…there are those cat naps that are a shot of caffeine, and you wake up ready to tackle the world.Eat: More tomatoes from the garden and plantains fried in coconut oil.
Enigma: Spellcheck. Is someone playing with me? I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve almost sent disastrous texts. It has turned me into an obsessive proofreader. Eat: Breakfast tacos for dinner with eggs, spinach, avocado, and tomatoes. Our tomato plants are being extra generous, and I am in love.
Enigma: Our backyard groundhog. He has a voracious appetite. He ate three quarters of a fully matured butternut squash. More than once. I’m disappointed about the loss of a butternutter, but I can’t help but feel bad for the bear-sized tummy ache that little furry rodent must be nursing. Eat: Vegan zucchini waffles with almond butter added post picture. Forever team waffle.
Enigma: Pancakes. They’re the same thing as waffles, but they’re boring-er. They don’t have dozens of little swimming pools to house butter or maple syrup. People only ate them before waffles because no one had invented the waffle maker yet, but we have waffle makers now. Ergo, pancakes are outdated, but I guess they’re still okay some times, which is another reason why they baffle me. I can’t dislike them, but they still make me mildly peeved. Happy Wednesday, my friends. Hope you all enjoy something delicious today.
So tell me…
A recent eat and enigma.
Do you feel strongly about waffles?