Monthly Archives: May 2011

Banana Shake

My parents had a restaurant in St. Mary’s Hospital when I was a very small child. I hardly remember it, but I do remember occasionally calling my dad and asking him to bring home a banana shake. Bliss in a … Continue reading

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Italian Style Tofu Scramble

Somehow, all of my tofu scrambles seem to end up Mexican themed. Today, I decided to switch up my usual salsa and chili powder scramble and make a delicious Italian style scramble. This is definitely a winner. Italian Style Tofu … Continue reading

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Simple Things

Here’s that Thanksgiving Loaf that I mentioned in my last post. It was quite good! I don’t think I’ll be making it regularly (too many dirty dishes were made), but I would definitely make it again. I’ve been trying to … Continue reading

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Chickpea “Tuna” Salad

It has been 1 month since I’ve had any diet soda! Actually, I haven’t had any soda in a month, but regular soda was never my problem. I’m really excited that I’ve made it this far. I feel like I … Continue reading

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Super Healthy Banana Cookies

Yesterday, I was dying to bake something. I also had two hideously ripe bananas, so I actually had to bake something. The only problem is that every time I bake, I eat FAR too many baked goods. So, I decided … Continue reading

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Final moments in SD/What I ate today

Greg and I had been craving a margarita for our whole trip. Cinco de Mayo must have been getting to us. We finally found one on our last afternoon there. For our final San Diego dinner, we went back to … Continue reading

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San Diego, Day 3

Friday was apartment hunting day. First, Greg had another meeting, so I found a sunny spot on campus to read for a while. We saw 3 apartment complexes, and a few apartments in each one. Here are a couple of … Continue reading

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