March 30, 2009

recap of Sunday and more pic from Argentina!~~

Hi lovely people~~~ How was your Sunday? I hope you enjoyed it as I did, although my way of enjoying it was studying 9 hours on my research (Nerd!?), but it was productive so I don't complain. let me do a recap of yesterday's eats before I move to more pic from Arg.
Breakfast: again the same combo, toasted Tj's muffin + laughing cow and strawberries (I actually made oatmeal, but when it was done my body wasn't convinced so I put it away and toast the muffin. Intuitive, heah?)No AM snack again! Work work work!
Lunch: balanced plate again, same veggies, no rice because I was craving something crunchy so I finished that 1/3 package of tortilla flat bread.Dessert: little bowl of ricotta + Chocolate PB.PM snack: Quaker's chocolate mousse bar (brought from Argentina, I don't think they hold it in US). It was delicious!!!Dinnah: 2 baked sore filled with onions, soy sauce, sesame oil and honey; my first succeded kale chips and some rice.Dessert: another new kind of greek yogurt Voskos. It has 24 g of protein!!!! that's 49% of daily intake! In term of taste? It's good, it's not tart, it's very creamy but not as thick as fage. (maybe a little thicker than Oikos). Overall, I like it. ^_^ (I'm such a greek yogurt fan, I want to try all kinds in the world! ). I had it with my mixgranola!okay. now let's move to a meal that I had in one of the most fancy italian restaurant in BA (I know I've said most fancy restaurant too many times, but it's the truth! Most of the restaurant I went this time are the best in BA) called BICE. They are also in other part of the world, like Milan, NYC.the entrance
the bread basketitalian flat bread with seasoned oil
we had an octopus salad as first course
I had fish with a mouse of broccoli as main dishStar had fried shrimp
And the most famous italian dessert: tiramisucoffee and petit foursSuch a great meal, isn't it?

okay. Done with the recap, time to start working. Hope everyone has a wonderful Monday to begin the week! :)

17 comments:

lesley said...

I love all those pictures!!! : )

So much yummy food and fun!!

VeggieGirl said...

Great meals, indeed!!

Krista said...

That meal at BICE looks awesome!!!

I love how you made oats but didn't eat them because you weren't feeling it!

Pearl said...

great eats and yaaay on knowing what your body wanted for breakfast! that's so smart of you, coco :)

and hmm.. you know the entrance to BICE looks like a spa waiting room - so calming and luxurious. :)

happyherbivore.com said...

I suddenly have the strong urge to make tirimisu (i cant spell)

ttfn300 said...

i'm drooling!! so many great meals :)

Sharon said...

So many delicious eats!!

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

Yay kale chips!!

Lauren said...

I'm on board with being a huge greek yogurt fan - regular ole' yogurt just isn't the same.

I think I could have made a meal out of the bread in that basket - I love when restaurants offer a variety! And you simply can't go wrong with tiramisu :)

Julie said...

Love that little spreader you have in the first pick with the hand :) So cute!!

annie said...

oooo mousse of broccoli? sounds weirdly good! 9 hours?! coco you are crazy! i wish i can study that long! if i did i'd have a 4.0gpa!

Emily said...

Hope the research is going well! Today was my first day as a TA...all of my students thought I was one of them, hehee.

BICE looks wonderful! I'm glad you had such a great time with Star and ate delicious food!

Wei Tou said...

you worked really hard yesterday....almost ignore anybody in the room.....

good luck in your presentation!

biz319 said...

Delicious eats as usual! Glad your dinner was so good!

Juliet said...

Yum! I wonder why Quaker doesn't make that bar for us!! Everything looks great!

Wine Lover said...

your breakfast is truly YUM YUM!

Look Younger said...

Dessert: little bowl of ricotta + Chocolate PB.
yum! i love your dessert!

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