Monday, April 06, 2009

Tasty Grapes

Since I've been working ever since I last posted, I don't have much to report. Hmmmmm. Work is interfering with my blogging! :)

Around 1:30 I got pretty hungry...it came on really fast. I tided myself over with a THIRD cuppa coffee...this one with vanilla soy milk because we ran out of skim this morning. I hate that....when I did a few groceries this weekend and totally missed that we were low on something. I am sure that milk carton was pretty full on Saturday morning. oh well!

So when I had a few minutes to throw a lunch together I made a little mixed snack plate: big dollop of hummus, Kashi crackers, two kinds of olives, pickled beets and baby carrots.



For some fresh produce I put out a bunch of bright green grapes with a little side of light cheddar. This is one of my all time favorite combos. Something about the tang of a little old cheddar with the sweetness of a juicy grape. Love it. This particular batch of grapes is extra good too...which is always nice.


I've opted to skip the gym today in order to spend some quality bday time with my honey. Nothing super special planned...maybe a dinner out if he wants. I'm thinking of running to Sobey's to get him a fun little cake...they always have fab & tasty treats in their bakery for a reasonable price.
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6 comments:

Jen said...

WOW! You totally reminded me of how much i LOVE grapes and cheese (second place goes to Apples and cheese - as long as it's a sweet apple!)

I hope your FH has a WONDERFUL birthday today!! How could he not when he has someone like you planning it for him????

Krista "Phoenix" said...

Happy birthday to Mister Bionic!

Julie said...

I hope your man has a terrific b-day!

I was so upset Amazing Race was not on last night...

I envy you that you get to work from home.

eurydice said...

Happy birthday df! i mean fh - or whatever!

I am really into the grapes lately too. Red and green - it doesn't matter. So long as they are seedless!

Natalie said...

That plate looks yummy and so pretty! Mmmmm....

John Socrates Loyola said...

Fantastic! I had fun reading. Thanks. Looking forward for more. Oh how I really love grapes, it does always boost my interest. I could share you a link that could give you reliable information about grapes and grape growing: http://goinggrapes.com/