Wednesday, April 16, 2014

What I Ate Wednesday {the collection of cell phone pics}

Another week or so of eats have accumulated on my phone. What better way to share them than a What I Ate Wednesday post!

I'm linking up with Jenn from Peas and Crayons. Be sure to check out some other bloggers' eats this week at the link-up.


When in Trader Joe's last week, I noticed a mix of greens that looked good in another family's cart. I pointed out the bag to Kaydin and sent her to the lettuce section to retrieve it. She succeeded! I ate this for my lunch multiple times with some Bolthouse Balsamic Vinaigrette, sliced almonds, and dried cranberries. Oh, and some baby carrots thrown in for good measure. The mix contains green and red cabbage, kale, and shredded brussel sprouts. My only complaint is that they didn't have an organic version of the mix. :(


Tim bought a new grill a few weeks ago. One that better last a loooong, long time. As long as the weather brings warmth and sunshine, we've been grilling!


When I learned of the sale on Nuttzo at their website, I jumped on it. $5 jars of organic nut and seed butter?!? Yes, please!


Last weekend I tried a new variation of meatloaf, Greek Turkey Meatloaf. Besides it falling apart, it was so good! Ground turkey mixed with chopped spinach, feta cheese, and oregano is a winning flavor combination! Try it! I paired it with a green salad and baked sweet and Yukon gold potatoes.


Last Saturday, my friend Summer hosted a wine tasting/brunch party. I never turn down a reason to hang out with the girls and her spread was delicious!


My friend Traci gave me a couple sample of greens that she is really happy with. Mixed with some green juice, they are the perfect pair.


Last night was our first softball game. A little too chilly since our hands were pretty frozen by the end of the game, but it was a lot of fun! Before we headed out to the field I put together this easy spread. Organic cornmeal crusted pollack fillets pan-fried in coconut oil with roasted green beans, cottage cheese, and rosemary garlic bread.