Dinner Report!

January 7, 2008

Dinner was great! I’m just satisfied enough. I had a little of everything, and my entree wasn’t too heavy. It’s nice when a restaurant entree is like something you’d cook at home! Photo recap only because I’ve got to go be social. See you tomorrow night – or perhaps Wednesday afternoon at the latest, depending on internet access in New Jersey!

We’re leaving at 8:30 a.m. and will have lunch with my cousins and aunt/uncle. We’re doing dinner at Charlie Brown’s (which has a great salad bar). Then pizza for lunch with my grandmother on Wednesday. Then back to Baltimore! Hope you’re all enjoying this week 8)




My sister and I shared this glass. I’m guessing I had about 2/3 and she had 1/3.



Citrus Monkfish + Shrimp Skewers

there’s a second skewer underneath. I also traded a bite of fish for a bite of my sister’s mahi mahi. Mine came with rice pilaf and assorted vegetables. Cleared my plate! It was a little buttery but tasted nice and fresh.


Apple Bread Puding with Vanilla Ice Cream

I ate 1/3 of this and my sister split the rest. It was great!


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1 arimcg January 7, 2008 at 3:33 pm

yum, that bread pudding looks awesome!


2 Leng January 7, 2008 at 7:59 pm

ohhh, this looks so good!


3 Elizabeth January 8, 2008 at 7:13 am

Not related to this post, but I just wanted to say that I love the song you posted from your spinning class ("Everytime we touch"). I just added it to my ipod – GREAT for workouts, so upbeat.

Kath and any other readers, if you have fun workout song suggestions like that, I'm always looking for some new tunes to run to!


4 Melissa January 11, 2008 at 6:44 am

Hi Kath,

I love your blog. After seeing that you like Larabars, and try to keep things as unprocessed as possible, I was wondering if you have ever read the Raw Food Detox Diet by Natalia Rose?

I think it is one of the most inspiring books about nutrition I have ever read. Natalia Rose's blog also has good information, but the book is even better, lots of great recipes too.




5 Kath January 11, 2008 at 7:22 am


I haven't read much about the raw foods diets. I do agree that whole, unprocessed foods are best (which is why I love Larabars) but I think I'll continue to cook my food – it enhances so much of the flavor and who would want to miss out on the pleasures of cooking and eating delicious meals!?

Thanks for the info :)



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