Day1: What food item/meal could you eat everyday for the rest of your life?
This is one of those questions that reminds me of the “If you had a genie and you could only make one wish, what would you wish for?” game I played when I was little. And like most clever children, I always cheated and said “I’d wish for infinity wishes!”
Only this time, I can’t think of a way to cheat and bypass the choice. Except maybe choosing “Lunch” – the meal I’d eat everyday for the rest of my life is Lunch.
Ok enough cheating. I’ll have to say it is a tie between: Blueberries and Peanut Butter.
But not together.
If I were to pick a favorite go-to meal, though, I’d say that I’d be inclined to go with one of these long-standing favorites:
1. Turkey Sandwich from Henri’s Bakery in Atlanta. You can’t beat it. Trust me, one you’ve had one, you’ll understand.
2. Goat Cheese and Orange Salad with Chicken from Sitti in Raleigh. Light and citrusy, with the perfect amount of sweetness in the dates and savory flavors in the chicken and goat cheese. Ahem, excuse me, I didn’t mean to drool.
3. Chicken and Vegetable Kabobs prepared by my Mama, grilled by my Padre. Nothing is better. I request this meal everytime I am back home… and I get a little sad everytime I remember that I don’t have a grill here in Raleigh. Boo apartment buildings.
Your turn, what would you eat forever if you had to choose? And no wishing for more wishes!
In other news, last night I went on a run. It was 8pm, so I was thinking it would be cooling off with the sun setting, but holy fiery inferno was I wrong. I pretty much sweat out all the water in my body. In fact, I’m STILL thirsty.
I did 2.5 miles, got a killer cramp around mile 1 and had to walk for about .5 miles, but my overall pace was still 10:33 min per mile, so when I was running, I must have been going faster than usual! When I got back to the apartment I did Jillian Michaels 30-day Shred as well. Who knew that a 20 minute circuit could be so intense?