I thought my last night of work would never get here…

Are you curious to see what meals I packed in my expansive reusable cloth grocery bag? Don’t kid yourself. It’s all about the porn.

FOOD porn, you pervert.

The first meal I ate at work was some leftover pork pot roastcauliflower, carrot, and parsnip puree; and nuked frozen green beans. Yep, it’s the same thing I ate the night before.

Right before I left work, I ate a box of leftover Asian cauliflower fried rice, roasted chicken and caramelized shallots, and frozen broccoli.

Instead of going home, I stayed at the hospital for six more hours to accompany my mother-in-law to her oncology appointments. The entire time we were in the infusion treatment area, she kept fretting about my lack of sleep. Um, I’m totally fine. She’s the one with CANCER and receiving toxic, high-dose chemotherapy drugs pumped into her veins. Hell, I was excited to have the time to chill out and catch up on Twitter and Facebook. Fitbomb’s mom is truly amazing and I’m lucky to have such a wonderful woman in my life.

While I was hanging out next to my MIL, I ate a small container of macadamia nuts and coconut flakes.

When we finally got home, I ate a can of sardines and scarfed down a small cup of coconut cream. After an hour nap, I dragged myself out of bed to make dinner.

For our supper, I roasted a tray of butternut squash (tossed with avocado oil, Sunny Paris seasoning, Fines Herbes seasoning, Kosher salt, and pepper) in the oven…

…prepared a tray of roasted curried cauliflower in the toaster oven…

…and fried up a batch of “emergency protein” (stir-fried grass fed ground beef with diced calcot onions, kale, Sunny Paris seasoning, coconut aminos, and sherry vinegar).

Here’s my dinner plate:

Time to hit the sack!

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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