137.4...Chopped Salad Obsessions
For dinner Wednesday night I made an easy dinner. Whole wheat penne pasta, Trader Joe’s turkey meatballs, marinara and sautéed onions and zucchini. Delicious.
I took the kids to school, went to the gym, then home to take care of my husband, who was recovering from minor surgery. Some friends generously sent us lunch from Milton’s.
Milton’s Chopped Salad.
I took my daughter to her tennis lesson and my son to his basketball game. I picked up Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza for dinner.
My husband and I shared a Chopped Chicken Salad. I definitely have an obsession with chopped salads. I believe all salads should be chopped. Those little pieces of everything make it so much better! :)
I took the kids to school, then hit the gym. I met some friends for some shopping and lunch. We stopped at Sushiya for lunch.
En Fuego Roll:
Yellowtail, salmon and tuna nigiri:
I took the kids home from school then met some friends at Belly Up for Lisa’s birthday.
We enjoyed the music, a little dancing and some sweet potato fries. Afterwards we all went to dinner at Brigantine. I went big and ordered their burger and cole slaw:
It was simply amazing. AMAZING.
I did laundry and some stuff around the house. Lunch was tuna salad on Ezekiel toast with pickles.
I took my son to basketball practice and I went to the gym.
That evening my husband and I went to a friend’s son’s bar mitzvah at Parq in downtown. They had a fabulous sushi buffet which I hit up a couple of times.
It was such a fun night!
Sunday’s breakfast had a bit of twist. I toasted some cinnamon raisin bread and added peanut butter. Yum!
We went to the Farmer’s Open Golf Tournament for the day. Lunch was a pretty delicious buffet.
I had a raspberry bar for dessert.
We came home and took a nap. When it came time for dinner, we weren’t hungry so we just skipped it and went to bed early. Lol.
I dropped the kids off at school and went to the gym. I ran some errands and came home for lunch. I reheated the leftover turkey meatballs and ate it with some roasted Brussels sprouts.
It made for a fabulous combination!
Dinner was Slow Cooker Mongolian Beef, brown rice and more Brussels sprouts.
This recipe is seriously fabulous. You need to try it if you haven’t already.
After I took the kids to school, I went to the gym. This was followed by an appointment, errands, then lunch at Urban Plates.
This is currently one of my favorite meals. Everything they make there is unreal.
I’m trying a new recipe tonight…trying to get back into the kitchen on a more regular basis. Life has been crazy!
Are you a chopped salad fan? Favorite chopped salad?
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