Wanna see what I ate all night and day?

While I was at the hospital, I slurped down a bowl of butternut squash soup topped with leftover spatchcocked chicken (kept warm in a LunchBots thermal)…

…and ate an ounce of dark chocolate

When I came home in the morning, I made myself a sandwich with leftover slow-roasted cowboy chop, dino kale, and citrus vinaigrette rolled up in a curry-flavored Pure Wrap.

Before going to bed, I picked up my weekly Siren SeaSA seafood delivery which was a pre-cooked Dungeness crab(!)…

…and I stopped by 99 Ranch market.

I know 99 Ranch is filled with all sorts of weird, highly-processed, additive-filled, BPA-contaminated canned products (like this one), but there are some great finds if you look carefully. Today, I bought bags of Hokto Kinoko organic Brown Beech and King Trumpet mushrooms, Aroy-D coconut cream (their coconut milk is too watered down for me), butane canisters (5 for $5!), and Mae Ploy Thai yellow curry paste (only $2 plus change for a jar!).

At dinnertime, I woke up and made dinner with Fitbomb. I peeled some carrots…

…that I tossed with slivered almonds and leftover citrus vinaigrette.

Hubby grabbed the bowl of crab meat from the fridge that he’d meticulously picked out of the crustacean earlier in the afternoon…

..and topped bowls of chilled cream of avocado soup.

If you’re worried that we didn’t eat enough, don’t be concerned. We also polished off the leftover slow-roasted cowboy steak from yesterday. My belly was stuffed before I left for work.

That’s it for my Saturday eats!

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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