What I ate: March 22, 2011

Breakfast: Homemade whole wheat bagel with 2.0 oz. Grindstone wild salmon lox, 0.8 oz. Organic Valley cream cheese, tomato and red onion.

Lunch: Shrimp and onion stir-fry with rice.

Snack: 2.7 oz. plain organic Greek yogurt with Vermont maple syrup and 0.8 oz. of homemade granola.

I cooked a batch of tonkatsu, Japanese thinly sliced, panko breaded, deep fried pork. This is probably one of the most time-consuming dishes that I cook, taking about an hour and a half of active cooking to make the seven servings shown here. But it is very delicious and probably one of my favorite foods.

Dinner: Tonkatsu (4.2 oz.), rice, sautéed cabbage.

ate.2011.03.22.d.jpgAnd 2 glasses of Per Linda Montepulciano d'Abruzzi.

Dessert: 1 square of Lake Champlain dark chocolate raspberry truffle.

1.0 oz. of evil sriracha Chex mix.

The Green Mountain Naturals hot apple cider for Keurig isn't bad. It's supposedly made from real apples. It's a little sweet for me, but with a little added brandy, it's quite delicious.

Weight at beginning of the day: 112.0 lbs.
Weight at the beginning of the next day: 111.8 lbs.