WIAW: Lately

12 Jun

Peas and Crayons

I really don’t usually participate in What I Ate Wednesday but I have ALL these food pics just sitting on my phone. I don’t have a day’s worth of eats, just some yummy stuff I’ve made lately that I thought was worth sharing.

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This meal was a throw together that ended up being SO good

Grilled zucchini with a runny egg smothered in avocado basil pesto and tomatoes. OMGG

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Yummy lunch last week- grass fed burger with grilled zucchini and rutabaga hash. Rutabaga is sautéed in coconut oil and mixed with shredded coconut.

 

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One dinner last week- slow cooker beef shanks with roasted broccoli. I LOVE roasting broccoli or cauliflower in the oven with garlic, salt, pepper and olive oil.

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Breakfast ( I guess I kind of went backwards) Saturday. Coconut rutabaga hash again with two drippy eggs. You have got to try rutabaga hash if you haven’t. Better than potatoes.

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Fancy stem less wine glasses I got for my shower made their first appearance Friday night!

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Delicious and colorful salad on Sunday with hard boiled egg, tomatoes, roasted/grilled peppers, banana peppers and scallions. YUM!

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And I’ll leave you with the picture of the cupcakes I made for my kids Monday. I held my ground and didn’t eat one but they were devoured in no time. Two more days of school left ! Happy yet a little sad.

Most of my food pictures look nasty, but trust me they tasted good. I always feel inadequate in the ‘great looking food’ dept when it comes to blogging.

Anyone else feel the same way? Food looks nasty but tastes good?!?!

6 Responses to “WIAW: Lately”

  1. Jan @ Sprouts n Squats June 12, 2013 at 7:18 am #

    Wow you have strong willpower eating none of those cupcakes as they looked delicious!

  2. coffeencollege June 12, 2013 at 8:21 am #

    Overnight oats. Disgusting looking but amazing!

  3. Alex @ Brain, Body, Because June 12, 2013 at 10:03 am #

    hahaha, I totally get what you mean! I like to say that, “Taste is first. Appearance is second.” 😛 My food always looks SO gross, but I don’t care! Rock on, Andrea 😀

  4. Flake And Cake June 12, 2013 at 10:33 am #

    Those cupcakes look way too good to pass up!

  5. di @ life of di. June 13, 2013 at 3:52 pm #

    Cupcakes look great 🙂 Simple but I’m sure they were delicious! Also, I find that a lot of my food ends up looking gross and that’s why I have been so behind with my ‘Breakfast Challenge’ that I started in March (on my blog.) Everything I keep making ends up looking really disgusting. I think I need to be more patient when I’m cooking because it’s mostly due to the items being burnt. Ha.

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