345 of Not Eating Out: Weeks 14 and 15

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April 3rd (Day 88) – No breakfast. Shitake mushroom eggdrop soup for lunch. Sweet and spicy shrimp with carrots, corn, snap peas and bell peppers on rice for dinner.

April 4th (Day 89)  – No breakfast. Chicken tikka masala with rice for lunch. Shitake mushroom eggdrop soup for dinner with a Rockstar.

April 5th (Day 90)  – Croissant with a slice of Havarti cheese and a slice of Prosciutto for breakfast. Left over chicken tikka masala for lunch. Slice of cheese and prosciutto for dinner, wasn’t very hungry.

April 6th (Day 91)  – Croissant with a slice of Havarti cheese and a slice of Prosciutto for breakfast. Half a bag of flaming hot cheetos and a spinach/cranberry/goat cheese salad with vinaigrette for lunch. Left over bagel from group meeting for dinner (FREE FOOD!) and a Chai from Starbucks while prepping for class.

April 7th (Day 92)  – Croissant with a slice of Havarti cheese and a slice of Prosciutto for breakfast. Sausage and chicken gumbo for lunch. Rockstar and banana for dinner. Two Reese’s peanut butter cups for dinner with a Mr. Pibb.

April 8th (Day 93)  – Croissant with a slice of Havarti cheese and a slice of Prosciutto for breakfast. Spinach/cranberry/goat cheese salad with vinaigrette for lunch. Starbucks Chai latte for dinner while preparing for lecture tomorrow morning.

April 9th (Day 94) – Dried cranberries for breakfast. Two apple artichoke sausages for lunch with a Rockstar. Shitake mushroom eggdrop soup for dinner.

April 10th (Day 95)  – Peanut butter sandwich for brunch. Sourdough bread and hummus for dinner. Fruit juice popsicle for dessert.

April 11th (Day 96)  – No breakfast. Two slices of my mushroom sauce pizza with chicken, bell peppers and yellow squash on whole wheat pizza crust. Pita chips and more hummus for dinner.

April 12th (Day 97) – Two slices of strawberry bread for breakfast with a Chai latte made from the Trader Joe’s mix. YUM YUM! Baked mahi mahi on a bed of cous cous for lunch. Chai latte from Starbucks while making exam for class. Croissant with a slice of Pepper Jack cheese and a slice of Prosciutto for dinner.

April 13th (Day 98)  – Two slices of strawberry bread for breakfast. Baked mahi mahi on a bed of cous cous for lunch. Pita chips and rest of hummus for snack. Basil chicken with sundried tomatoes on linguine for dinner. Fruit juice popsicle for dessert.

April 14th (Day 99) – Two slices of banana bread for breakfast. Left over basil chicken with sundried tomatoes on linguine for lunch. One slice of strawberry bread and a small bag of kettle cooked sea salt and vinegar chips for mini-dinner #1 before evening class. Croissant with a slice of Havarti cheese and a slice of Prosciutto for dinner #2 after class.

April 15th (Day 100) – Two slices of banana bread for breakfast. Croissant with a slice of Havarti cheese and a slice of Prosciutto for lunch with handful of leftover pita chips. Red curry with bell peppers and yellow squash on rice for dinner.

April 16th (Day 101) – Two slices of strawberry bread for breakfast with Chai tea from Trader Joe’s mix. Left over red curry with bell peppers and yellow squash on rice for lunch. Shitake mushroom eggdrop soup for dinner. Honey sesame crackers for evening snack.

Total Days I’ve Eaten Out in 2010: 6

Note: Since I added weight lifting to my work out routine rather than just running, I have been feeling SUPER hungry. This isn’t a bad thing, but I’m thinking I should get some sort of protein shake or even the weight watchers shakes as recovery from the lifting rather than just eating “more food”.

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2 Responses to 345 of Not Eating Out: Weeks 14 and 15

  1. Kelsalynn says:

    Keep up the good work. I never did join you fully, which means I didn’t commit. I’m bummed. Maybe next year 🙂

    You absolutely need protein! We buy some from a local vitamin shop. There are all different flavors but we usually stick with vanilla and chocolate. We make a smoothie almost every morning for breakfast. You could make a smaller size for after your workout or a mid-day snack. We use frozen fruit, yogurt (plain/fatfree), protein, juice. SUPER EASY! SUPER FAST! AND SUPER YUMMY! Feel free to comment if you want more details on how to make one.

  2. Leigh says:

    Wow…. so impressed with your dedication to your challenge. Only 6 days of eating out in 2010, if only I could do something like that.

    I agree that you need some protein (especially with the addition of weight lifting). A really simple thing to have after a workout is a glass of chocolate milk – it actually really helps with recovery. A protein shake or smoothie for breakfast are fantastic – even on the days when you might not feel like breakfast. Another option is to add some higher protein greek yogurt to the mix.

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