After blogging yesterday I managed to knock out one of my papers. One down and one to go! I felt super accomplished afterwards and took a break to make a life changing egg salad sandwich.
When I saw this recipe on the PBS Fresh Taste blog, I knew I had to try it. I’ve made many of Jenna‘s recipes in the past and loved them all and I haven’t had egg salad in a long time, it sounded so good! I immediately bookmarked the recipe and added the necessary ingredients to my shopping list.
When Ian asked me to hardboil eggs yesterday, I plopped two extra in the pot and figured it was time to give the egg salad sandwich a try.
I made mine on Udi’s GF bread (why is gf bread so small??) and added avocado, bread and butter pickles, and habenero hot sauce. I also had some mushrooms with cilantro-jalapeno hummus and another pickle on the side. So good!
Productivity continued throughout most of the afternoon and I made good headway on my second paper. It’s a statistical analysis so it involves going back and forth between statistics software and paper writing. I managed to get a good start on it though.
By the time my mind was spent it was nearly 5 o’clock and my tummy was growling. Ian was out with friends for most of the day and we had plans to grab dinner when he returned later so I made a small chai smoothie to hold me over until he got home.
I liked it but I could taste the pepper in the recipe, kind of weirded me out!
Ian was in the mood for sushi and as I wasn’t all that hungry (underestimated the size of that smoothie!) I let him pick the sushi spot. We ended up at Seadog, a restaurant we’ve been to previously and enjoyed. Unfortunately last night was not the night. I had planned on writing up a review of the place but ended up being so disappointed that I only snapped a picture of spicy miso soup that took 30 minutes to show up at the table.
They also brought out our sushi before the soup, realized that we hadn’t yet received the miso soup, set the sushi on a seperate table next to a dirty rag, brought out our soup, and then about 15 minutes later brought the sushi to us. Now I’m sure the fish hadn’t been sitting out too long to make us ill but it was really unappetizing. Gross. I’m not sure I’ll be able to go back.
After dinner we ran some last minute errands, baked scones, relaxed on the couch watching Friends, and ate a little dessert.
I had a few scoops of Arctic Zero Mint Chocolate with a frozen samoa girl scout cookie. Yum!
Yesterday’s eats must have done me well because I’m feeling considerably better today
Do you like sushi? Whats your favorite type of roll?