The Granola Factory was hard at work making some Groovy Granola for a big thing coming up. Hint: it could be yours!
I finished up my paperwork at the bakery – almost done with July’s recon!!
Snacktime before my dance class – milk with a little floating granola. It held me all the way till dinner no problem.
We lounged in the water for a long time and then drip dried on the chairs. Mountain views!
Back at home, Matt proclaimed he was not in the mood to cook at all. He wanted to eat a cucumber, tomato + garlic gold salad and call it a day.
But since we had fun ingredients, I coaxed him into making a quick + easy supper – frittata and greens
We sauteed peppers and tomatoes in some olive oil and then poured on 4 beaten eggs. Topped that with pepperjack cheese and covered with a lid for 5 or so minutes. No broiler necessary!
The cheese was the best part. Clearly.
The greens was a massive bunch of swiss chard that melted down into a meager pile. I hate that about greens! Guess there’s lots of fiber packed in this little ball though. For flavor, I mixed in some of Gina + Megan’s mom’s Rhubarb-Orange Marmalade. Delicious choice! It was like mixing fresh orange, cloves and maple syrup (for sweetness) with half the effort.
Kombucha Brooklyn for sipping! Just like wine.
I used to hate the evenings. I’d twiddle my thumbs between going to bed, mindless snacking and starting some insane project that I knew I couldn’t finish. I don’t know what changed, but now I love them. They are 100% chill time (except the part where I have to edit photos, write my blog post and answer emails 🙂 ) and I’ve been enjoying some good television and books!
Cantaloupe for dessert! I’ve never been a big melon girl. Cantaloupe always tastes great upon first bite but gets gaggy at the end. Not sure why!! Maybe because the middle is sweetest?