I’m charging through my Monday here and it’s going fast. While I was getting my lunch photos ready for upload, I found all these photos of us from freshman year at Davidson. They had me chuckling 🙂
Hope this photo album works…
I brought a slice of last night’s pizza for lunch today. The crust was still the best part 🙂
I also munched on a carrot
Devoured a pear in about 60 seconds
And loved chomping through this Chobani with Kashi GoLean
While it had all the components of a balanced lunch, this lunch wasn’t all that filling. I think I’m used to more voluminous lunches from home! I think I’ll be eating my LaraBar snack sooner rather than later…
Bites & Bowls & Tennis Balls
Kelsey started a blog! She was a ceramics major in college and has some awesome pieces of pottery that she is working to feature in her posts. And she’s an an amazing talent at recipe creation – but she needs to get more up! She’s just starting out, and I was going to wait a little longer to debut her on KERF, but she just blogged about our shared love for therapeutic tennis balls and I had to share 🙂
Guest Lunch Post: Scordo!
Vince over at Scordo.com sent over this delicious Italian lunch guest post! Thanks, Vince!
Hi Everyone. Vince from Scordo.com here and I’m terribly excited to do my first guest post on KathEats.com! Growing up as a first generation Italian-American, lunch was never the usual peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Instead, my mother, grandmother, aunts, etc. all took turns preparing elaborate multi-course lunches for me with the inevitable tableside conversations going something like, "what, aren’t you hungry, why don’t you want another slice of frittata?" or "what’s the matter, aren’t the zucchini fritters crispy enough for you, you only ate five?" – the Italian sounds more atagnostic, trust me!
25 years later, I’ve re-created a typical Saturday lunch meal, but scaled back the dishes to a few healthy representations of the typical, first generation, Italian-American lunch. Minus the sarcastic comments from the females relatives in my life, of course!
My lunch consisted of:
1. An angel hair, red onion, and homemade ricotta frittata
2. A fresh, whole milk, mozzarella, sliced tomatoes, and Provencal olive salad
3. Organic Persian cucumbers with freshly ground black pepper and balsamic vinegar.
I’ve got to get to some studying before the day runs out!