I talk a lot about being on track or off track. I do believe I’m feeling off track this week, but that will Not stop me from joining in with What I Ate Wednesday, the fun food filled craziness created by Jenn at Peas & Crayons. I hope for Jenn’s sake and for ours as well, that she doesn’t have the technical difficulties she had last week getting the link up to work. I would be Very disappointed if I didn’t get to join the fun. When you’re finished here, be sure to check out the other bloggers who love to share their tasty treats…they also like comments, so be sure to share a few.
Again, I seem to find myself with fewer food photos than I thought. :-( I’ll have to make do with what I have. I didn’t photograph last night’s dinner because I was sure I had plenty. It’s something I plan to replicate again so I won’t worry too much about it. You’ll see it eventually.
Earlier this week I made some pasta e fagioli from a Weight Watchers recipe that I shared here. It is one of my favorites and I gobbled it up pretty quickly over the next few days.
Very easy and it doesn’t take long to cook, one of my favorite things!
Friday, Ralph and I had to run some errands and we found ourselves at a really good pizza place in Franklinville. I like it because it offers a lot of vegetarian selections. This was a salad with provolone cheese. I only had to ask them to leave off the bacon to make this perfect.
A few too many croutons, but I took a lot of them off. The little garlic knots that they serve with it are delicious. It was a huge salad and really filled me. Love finding place that offer food that I can eat!
Saturday morning after Weight Watchers, Ralph decided that we needed to go to breakfast. I figured, ok, I just weighed in, I have a week to work off whatever I eat so I decided on a splurge.
This was one of the breakfast specials. Two scrambled eggs and French toast. I ate the eggs first and as I was eating them, the wonderful aroma of cinnamon was wafting up at me. I was proud of myself that I did not use any of the butter, only the syrup. You know how sometimes things smell better than they are, or aren’t worth the Points you have to use for them? This was certainly NOT one of those cases. This French toast was possibly the best I’ve ever had. Well worth the exercise I’m doing this week to get rid of it! ;-)
That’s What I Ate Wednesday for me today. Be sure to check out some other blogs over at Peas & Crayons. We all appreciate you stopping by!
Happy What I Ate Wednesday!!