Is sliced Great Harvest bread!!
Sliced veggies aren’t so bad either!
Smell of the earth:
I learned all about sandwich prep using the slicer, which was quite fun!
“You’re not going to make me slice those onions are you!?!”
These monkeys did them instead!
After we were done for the day, Matt and I took a field trip to the Patagonia outlet! Last time I got my favorite pink furry kids size fleece here and a purple yoga tank top that I love. This time I did not intend to buy anything because I literally have ZERO space in my duffel bag…
but you know how that goes!!!
SCORE for these two awesome shirts that were $5 a piece and messages I want to wear on my body!
Also, I found my favorite tank top in two awesome colors on sale
And two cute running tops – one for winter, one for spring!
Once we returned to the hotel on foot, we put together our final hotel room dinner (although Matt will carry them on when I head home!)
Guess what favorite tinned food made its obvious appearance!?
Sardines!!! I found my favorite flavor and style at the Good Food Store! This brand is more expensive than others, but worth it for the smoky lemon flavor.
We turned them into sardine salad with a packet of mayonnaise and a hot sauce packet scavenged from salad bars and condiment stations during our trip. Plus 2 chopped carrots (cut on a paper plate with a butter knife by Matt!)
I was in charge of microwaving some broccoli + cauliflower that were seasoned with salt and pepper packets plus these two we stumbled upon:
Lastly we got a bag of Food Should Taste Good chips – Sweet Potato Flavor – for eating our sardines!
Perfect inexpensive dinner!
Tonight’s feature presentation was
another Montana movie
another Brad Pitt film
another story about brothers
“Legends of the Fall”!
More Brad Pitt hotness!
I loved both Montana movies!
We’re headed to bed. Round II of sandwich school is just a few hours away!