Full Disclosure, Part 2

LND Full Disclosure 2

So this is what the rest of my week looked like, food-wise. Much of it is not terribly exciting, but there it is. Let’s start at the beginning:

Monday’s breakfast was a couple of Mike’s biscuits with homemade butter. I brought leftovers for lunch but wasn’t feeling it, so I got soup and salad. And you guys already know about dinner.

Tuesday breakfast was a savory hodgepodge of leftovers, and lunch was leftover bread pudding. I didn’t get around to blogging dinner, but it was a simple seafood chowder, with local wild striped bass and plenty of Perry’s awesome littleneck clams.

I started my Wednesday with a bagel and cream cheese, which just made me miss New York. Lunch was leftover baked pasta, and you know about dinner.

Thursday was buttered toast for breakfast (yawn), and soup, chips and sandwich from my office cafeteria for lunch. I am such a dork for potato chips. Mike made a wonderful butter chicken for dinner that night, from Jessamyn’s recipe (thanks, lady!).

Rounding out the week, some sub-par oatmeal from Au Bon Pain, pizza and salad with some coworkers for lunch, and dinner… which you’ll read about on Monday.

Happy weekend, everyone!

4 thoughts on “Full Disclosure, Part 2

  1. Ariel says:

    Oh, that’s so great. It’s nice to see that someone can cook this beautifully (and with food this wonderful) and still eat plain ol’ toast for breakfast and cafeteria lunch w/ chips. What a refreshing lack of pretension!

  2. Laura says:

    Jen, I just don’t trust other people with my oatmeal — steel cut oats, pan, water, salt, at night. Bring to boil. Shut off. Cover. In the morning, bring to boil, cook for 2 minutes, done. As far as I know it’s the only way to cook steel cut oats in 3 total minutes. Fab.

    And how do you feel about Kettle chips? Particularly the salt and vinegar kind? Seriously, it’s like they have crack in them. Sour, crunchy crack.

  3. jen z says:

    Hi, love your blog, what a great title! Welcome to Providence (a little belatedly…) I don’t know if anyone’s told you, but if you are having bagels in Providence, the only place to get them is Bagel Gourmet (think that’s the name), on Brook St. It’s between Charles and Power Streets on Brook…It’s in a little tiny row of stores, there’s a laundermat, a police substation, a convenience store, and the bagel place. It’s the only place in Providence to get a decent bagel. Lots of Brown students on weekends for their egg sandwiches, but I can’t vouch for those!

  4. I’ve just got to share my Last Night’s Dinner w/ you….Check it out at cheffyboy.blogspot.com I love your site…I’ve been following it for a few months now and I can’t get enough! Great job!

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