What I ate: September 25, 2011

By the way, there was a great op-ed piece from Mark Bittman in the New York Times today about getting more people to eat healthy, homemade food.

Breakfast: Homemade whole wheat bagel with 2.0 oz. lox, cream cheese, tomato and red onion. And a mimosa.

These little bottles of orange juice (10 oz.) and Prosecco (200 ml) are great! I don't normally drink orange juice on that whole "don't drink calories unless alcohol is involved" so I'd never finish a whole carton. And beginning a Sunday morning with an entire 750ml bottle of champagne is pretty much an invitation for nothing to happen the entire day, so this baby bottle is perfect!

Snack: 0.7 oz. peanuts.

Lunch: Stir-fry of shrimp and white onion with spinach. I defrosted the shrimp for dinner last night, intending to make shrimp scampi with spinach but I decided I was more in the mood for a cheeseburger last night, so I had a last minute meal change, and some extra shrimp.

It's hot here again! I thought I'd take advantage of one of the last 80°F degrees of the year by having a gin and tonic. With Hendrick's gin and Fever Tree (HFCS-free all natural tonic water). Yummy!

Snack: 1.0 oz. Doritos. Fortunately, the bag is almost empty.

Dinner: Chinese buffet at Iron Chef Buffet in Oneonta with Mom and Dad. I didn't take pictures, but it's safe to say my plates looked almost exactly like last week.

And 2 glasses of Aguaribay malbec. And 2 strips of Dagoba xocolatl chocolate bar.

Weight at beginning of the day: 109.8 lbs.
Weight at the beginning of the next day: 110.4 lbs.