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My current favorites: squash! (and more)

Posted Jan 29 2010 7:11pm

I stayed home sick from work today. I thought I was sick, but I think my stomach might just suck. It’s okay though. I spent most of the day in bed and I feel a whole lot better now. I even got out of the house for about an hour to go to a special meeting that I think I might try to go to more often. I met some very inspirational people and I really liked the energy there.

I have been into a few things recently:

  • Squash (kabocha, butternut, and acorn)
  • Steamed broccoli and Brussels sprouts
  • Parmesan
  • Nutritional yeast (nooch!)
  • Maple syrup
  • Corn
  • Spices! – ginger and chili
  • Butter

This bowl was very good:

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It was a combo of steamed broccoli, corn, and acorn squash (this was before I bought kabocha). I then topped it with nooch, butter, and maple syrup. It’s awesome, I promise. This bowl (you’ve seen it before) is humongous. It was in the apartment when we moved in and I love it. Bobby thinks it might be from his mom (“it’s kind of Japanese,” he says).

Here is another yummy bowl:

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Okay, this one looks weird. It is white rice (another new love), butter, nooch, and possibly maple syrup (can’t remember – I’ve done it many ways).

Nooch tastes good on everything. This week for lunches I’ve been bringing frozen Brussels, corn, and peas and topping them with nooch and butter. It is so so good.

What was not so good…

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This is some free sample that I got from Foodbuzz. It’s some Special K bar and it’s gross. I also cannot keep cereal in the house anyway because I will eat it *all* in one sitting, feel horrible and guilty, vow to never eat cereal again, and so on and so on. I tried to make this palatable by mixing it with a mashed banana but that was a no-go.

This weekend I’m going to try to do some work, try to chill out for once, eat some good food, and take some long walks. I’ve been feeling pensive this week (in good and bad ways). I’m also going to this intenSati workshop tomorrow (Bobby’s coming) so that should be fun. (Please come too if you’re around!)

intenSati Workshop: Let Your Voice Lead! (Saturday, January 30th, 3-5pm at Equinox on Park Avenue and 33rd St.). FREE and open to Equinox members and non-members! RSVP to Lindsay at davis.lindsay@gmail.com. (But probably ok if you just show up!)

What are your weekend plans?

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