f-o-o-d, food food.

by Janetha on May 5, 2011

in meals

note: if you like reggie and the full effect, then my title will make sense to you. if you don’t.. well.. then you probably won’t get it.

i just spent the last little while catching up with one of my favorite friends. and now i am on the couch catching up with my favorite husband, favorite basset hound and favorite entlebucher cavalier.

so.. basically.. i don’t want to ramble. shocking, i know. i did photograph most of my meals today, so i thought it would be a waste if i didn’t post them.

ready.. go!

after my insanity workout (i will be posting a review of month 1 this weekend) i whipped up breakfast.

4 egg whites & mixed cereal + almond milk.


my egg white pillows are nothing new but they never get old. i simply spray a bowl with olive oil, whisk four egg whites and microwave them on 70% power for 3 minutes.


this bowl was 1 cup kamut puffs + 1/2 cup high fiber TJs cereal + handful of sunflower’s european cereal (aka oats, slivered almonds, raisins and rolled dates).


lunch was quite the random combo. i didn’t have leftovers.. so this is what i came up with.

more than 1 cup spaghetti squash + 3/4 cup cottage cheese + 1/2 cup garbanzos + organic ranch seasoning.


it’s safe to say this will be eaten lots more times in the near future. ‘twas delicious.


i mixed it up after the photo shoot.

snacktime was fun because i replenished my stash of alliebars!

plain chobani with cinnamon + crumbled alliebar.


if you haven’t had an alliebar, you really are missing out. i have never had a better granola bar in my entire life. IN MY LIFE, PEOPLE.


the cinnamon was a nice touch. i mixed it into the yogurt before crumbling the alliebar on top.

dinner was at aristo’s.. my favorite greek restaurant in salt lake city.  because that’s what cinco de mayo is all about.. greek food.

i was so caught up chatting with emily that i only managed to photograph the hummus. oops.


best hummus i have ever tasted.


i also had a delicious greek salad with a chicken kebab and lots of great conversation. oh.. and some purple potatoes! emily gave them to me as a gift. i can’t wait to try them.

that’s it, folks. i am done for the night. friday tomorrow! yes.


1. when dining out, what type/ethnicity of cuisine is your favorite? i am torn between greek and indian. ohh.. or thai.. i can’t pick!

2. random.. but do you still have your tonsils? i got mine out two years ago today.

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lifttorun May 6, 2011 at 8:04 pm

I love eating thai food out simply because I can’t make it.

Amanda May 7, 2011 at 9:48 am

omg! “Saw you at the buffet….” f-o-0-d food food! Love the Reggie reference. Love!

For me I am always torn between mexican, Indian, Thai and Greek. Ok that’s kind of a lot. Lately I’m all about Thai food!

Christin@purplebirdblog May 8, 2011 at 2:10 pm

Indian, Greek, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese… in that order… today anyway. I do still have my tonsils… happy tonsils-out-iversary! hahahahhaah I couldn’t help myself, I know you hate that shiz… sorry! xo

Emily May 10, 2011 at 10:17 am

Haven’t had an alliebar, but with such a rave review from you, getting on fixing that STAT. YUM!

kissmybroccoli May 10, 2011 at 3:27 pm

Asian cuisine is my favorite when dining out…LOVE sushi, but Mexican is my favorite to make at home. I’m such a Mexican food snob…I hate it that every time I go out for it, I always end up feeling like poo!

Against all odds, I still have my tonsils. Even though I had strep throat like 725 times when I was little! But I do NOT have my wisdom teeth…those got yanked out a couple of years ago and I would NEVER want to do that again! :-/

Denice May 26, 2011 at 11:09 pm

So… I am sitting here at work, eating your SS, CC and CP mess with ranch powder seasoning. I have never had more comments about my lunch then I just did, and I have to admit I was kind of worried about what it would taste like, but I am sold. I will be adding it in to my mix of good work dinners! Thanks for the idea.

janetha May 27, 2011 at 9:28 am

yay! try adding other stuff to it.. it’s so versatile.

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