What I ate: October 22, 2011

Breakfast: Pancakes and bacon. With Vermont maple syrup. A new batch of pancakes today. And a mimosa.

Normally Monday is my shopping and cooking day but the weather is not cooperating with my original plans to I switched it up and went first thing today.

I grilled some fresh wild coho salmon which will be vacuum sealed and frozen for future meals. It's just seasoned with salt, pepper, granulated garlic and olive oil and seared for 1:30 on each side on a very hot grill.

I roasted a split turkey breast. And, in this case, I actually roasted it, in the oven, instead of faking it in the sous vide. The turkey was seasoned with salt, pepper, granulated garlic and sage and roasted for 60 minutes at 375°F in a roasting pan until the internal temperature reached 160°F.

ate.2011.10.22.c3.jpgEven though a split breast is a little expensive ($ 9.54), it made one 5.0 oz. serving for turkey and gravy, one 3.0 oz. serving for sandwich and three 3.2 oz. servings for stir-fry. Five meals is not bad.


Snack: A Spicy V-8.

Lunch: Bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich on one slice of Barowski's wheat bread, cut in half. With mayo. And Kettle Chips barbecue potato chips.

Snack: 0.7 oz. peanuts.

Dinner: Japanese style chicken curry and rice. And 2 glasses of Hawk Crest cabernet sauvignon which isn't really the right pairing but it was left over from yesterday.

Dessert: 2 strips of Green and Black's hazelnut current dark chocolate bar.

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