Thursday, September 4, 2014

Early Fall Food Chart

Black coffee in bed.
Hard-boiled eggs with watermelon for work breakfasts.
Scrambled eggs with cantaloupe at home.
Baked chicken and roasted vegetables for work lunches.
Peaches and koldskal at home.
Cherry lime soda (!!) and mixed nuts for afternoon snack.
Ground meat, greens, and rice for pre-workout dinner.
Hello, old friend.
Beetlejuice for pre-workout drink.
Cococherry2O for workout drink.
Fruit, nut butter, and yogurt smoothies for post-workout snack.
Wine spritzer with Friday dinner.

Early fall, but finally it's hot out—and even if it wasn't, I always try to hang onto summer as long as I can—so the only changes are baked chicken and roasted vegetables for work lunches, because I burned right out on chicken jars nonononono this is not going to work, suddenly September decided to be serious about being summer and it's too hot to have the oven on, brb. And fish tacos continue not to happen so I threw in the towel again. By Friday I'm so tired, sometimes I stop by the grocery to pick up some odds and ends but then I'm totally spent and couldn't cook to save my life; so the sweetie man goes out for tacos while I fix myself my homeopathic drink, either a wine spritzer or a thing that I'm calling a malanciata (malort + aranciata), and let all the air out of my tires, and I'm loving it, so yeah.

Ultimate food chart! Always tweaking...
Early Fall food planner for the extremely detail-oriented.

Ahhh, the thing! That I want to do! I want to print out all these food charts and reconcile all the images and list, label, and link all the recipes that go with each chart. I keep picturing the white room that I need to do all this in, the giant table with all my papers spread out and taped to the wall—