Yay! It’s Saturday! Why am I so excited? ‘Cause I had a day off from cooking today!
This morning I ate a leftover chicken drumstick and a small cup of coconut milk — pre-workout protein and fat.
I decided to venture out of the comfortable and nurturing confines of the CrossFit Palo Alto women’s class and attend my first co-ed class. It wasn’t as scary as I thought. Especially since Coach Trish was leading the class and there were a bunch of nice folks in the class, including visitors Caveman Bistro and his lovely wife. If you haven’t already, check out Craig’s blog and facebook page. He’s an experienced professional CHEF (unlike yours truly) so his cave eats are delicious AND elegant.
After the workout, I refueled with leftover sous vide pork tenderloin and half a microwaved sweet potato.
Then, we dropped the kids off at my parents and headed to San Francisco for a whole day of adults-only eats.
First up, was Baby P’s full moon party at Cafe Des Amis.
At one month postpartum, our lovely friends, H & D, were beaming, smiling, and glowing. They looked the complete opposite of Fitbomb and me — we were walking zombies up until our boys were a year old. Did I mention that they also have twin two-year-old boys? Sheeeeeeit. I bow down to them…
Our lovely lunch started with a mixed greens, plum, and goat cheese salad tossed with a Banyuls vinaigrette:
Then, I had a big plate of grilled steak (minus the frites) for my entree…
…and in place of cake, I chowed on a generous bowl of fresh berries. Delicious.
Plus, we brought home yummy organic hard-boiled red eggs as party favors!
Since we had a few hours to kill in the afternoon before dinner, Fitbomb and I went to the movies to see Captain America. It’s a fun summer flick and I especially like the part (SPOILER ALERT!) where the evil pudgy Nazi scientist is revealed as a vegetarian.
After the movie, we went to Prospect with our buddies S & J to celebrate S’s 40th birthday. S and I always marvel at how similar we are in taste, humor, and personality (except he’s much more personable than me). In other words, he’s AWESOME. ;)
Seriously — people have a hard time telling the two of us apart. See what I mean?