Fruits-n-Veggies rock. (And PIE does too.)

Well happy weekend, everyone! This has been a fun week in the blogosphere. It’s always fun to discover new people  (a new favorite is “We Shall Have Pie” – authored by two women who run “for pride and pie”. (Hellloooooooooooo!!! I haven’t fully expressed my love for pie here, but trust me, I. LOVE. PIE. These are surely “my people”. Check em out: www.weshallhavepie.com

I’ve also gotten some new followers – what a fun feeling! Thank you to each of you who have “liked” recent posts and left comments. The only bummer is my quick trigger finger. Somehow I managed to delete a comment before reading it and I can’t even figure out where it was originally posted: my email, Facebook or here at Hungrygirl eats. So Vicki from MMC/MMU, if you’re reading this… thank you for writing. I’d respond directly  if only I knew how / where to contact you!

Without further ado, on to the yummy stuff!!!

Banana and peanut butter for breakfast again! I guess I better mix it up tomorrow. :)

Banana and peanut butter for breakfast again! I guess I better mix it up tomorrow. 🙂

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Lunch: Baby carrots, spring mix salad with sliced turkey, Japanese cucumber, feta cheese and honey balsamic dressing.

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Leftovers become a salad! BBQ chicken on spring mix lettuce and spinach leaves, 1/2 a small avocado, cucumber and tomato wedges. Topped with feta cheese and honey mustard dressing.

Not pictured: The million cups of coffee I consumed, or the apple I had for dessert. And maybe, just maybe, I ate a fun size milky way. Shhhh. 🙂

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2 Comments on “Fruits-n-Veggies rock. (And PIE does too.)

  1. Amandas’ nickname was “pie” or “Amanda Pie”. One of my best friends, Armida, was from Mexico. Her English only just beginning. One day when I came to pick Amanda up from playing with her two daughters she says to me. “Leslie, how come Amanda not answer her nickname”? I asked her, “what did you call her”? She said “Cake”.. We got a good laugh when I explained it was “Pie not Cake”.. Thank you for “stirring” this memory…

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