Yay! It’s finally my last night at work!
Here’s what I ate at the hospital:
Dinner: more leftover roast chicken thighs and stir-fried veggies.
Then, I climbed right into bed for a quick 2-hour nap.
When I woke up at 11:00 a.m., my package of Sophia’s Survival Food Grass Fed jerky chews was sitting on the kitchen counter!
Check this out – Sophia hand-delivered the package herself since she happened to be in the neighborhood. Talk about customer-service! Perfect timing since I needed to bring a snack with me to the hospital while I accompanied my mother-in-law to her oncology appointments.
At the hospital, I ate some coconut flakes and tried a packet of the spicy jerky chews. I really liked the jerky – it was well-seasoned (but not super hot) and the perfect size for a snack. It’s a drier, chewier jerky but I definitely prefer that to the soft, wet, sickly sweet stuff you buy from Trader Joe’s.
Hubby whips up yummy jerky, too, but he rarely makes it these days ‘cause it’s a really tedious process. Plus, Sophia’s jerky is tad more Paleo-compliant than his version because the spicy chews only contains 100% grass fed beef, unrefined sea salt, granulated garlic, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and fresh lemon juice. These chews are gonna be a staple in my pantry.
When we finally returned home, I had another surprise on my doorstep – a bag of purple japanese sweet potatoes from my good friend, H!
I love getting bags of veggies on my stoop! Trust me, I actually know people who have gotten bags o’ flaming scat on their porch and that would be a BAD present.
Enough about poop, here’s what I made for dinner…
After the chicken was finished roasting…
…I broiled a tray of asparagus.
Here’s my dinner plate:
The Red Boat fish sauce made the chicken taste even yummier. Go buy a couple bottles already! (Remember to use the coupon code nomcontest to get free shipping on two or more bottles by June 6th 2011!)
Ugh. I’m tired. Time for some shut eye!0