Boo, bitches! It’s Halloween!

This morning, I started my day with a yummy French omelet (fried by Fitbomb) that I topped with half an avocado and sliced tomatoes.

I also gobbled up some mac nuts, coconut flakes, and part of a Bernard Castelain Noir Infini 99% cacao bar. I know I mentioned conducting a dark chocolate blind taste test with an official panel, but I’ve been slowly eating my way through the samples. Bad Nom Nom. (FYI, my faves are Domori Il 100%, Pralus Le 100%, Bernard Castelain Noir Infini 99%, and Michel Cluizel Noir Infini 99% in that order.)

After breakfast, I walked the Double-O’s to Big-O’s Halloween parade and class party.

Lil-O was super excited to spend the morning with the big kids and show off his ninja outfit.

When I came home, I reheated the last of the Thai green chicken curry and ladled it over a bowl of nuked spaghetti squash. It was a tasty and quick lunch.

Since we were going out trick-or-treating, I started dinner prep early. I plopped a pre-cooked sous vide pork tenderloin into the SousVide Supreme to reheat. Then, I roasted a tray of San Marzano tomatoes

…and sauteed baby lancinato kale with minced garlic and Red Boat fish sauce in coconut oil.

When the veggies were finished, I torched the tenderloin

…sliced it up…

…and plated it.

Here’s my supper:

Afterwards, I took the Double-O’s trick-or-treating with their buddies while hubby stayed home and gave out the treats. What did we give out at our spooky, bone-strewn house to those who dared approach the front door? Dark chocolates, Play Doh, and playing cards.

It sucks to trick-or-treat on a school night ‘cause the kids will be crankerific tomorrow. Can’t wait.

About Michelle Tam

Hello! My name is Michelle Tam, and I love to eat. I think about food all the time. It borders on obsession. I’ve always loved the sights and smells of the kitchen. My mother was (and is) an excellent cook, and as a kid, I was her little shadow as she prepared supper each night. From her, I gained a deep, abiding love for magically transforming pantry items into mouth-watering family meals.

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