Double The Breakfast

…double the fun!

Well, okay, let’s be real here. I’m not sure my fun was doubled today in any way by having double the breakfast. But it sounded catchy 😉

I was up bright and early for another riveting biochemistry lecture. I wasn’t feeling anything in the oatmeal/cereal family today, so I went with pb + b+ h. Or peanut butter, banana, and honey on toast, in case that wasn’t clear.

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With the ever popular glass of cranberry juice. And a side of soon-to-be jack-o-lantern

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After learning the wonders of glycolysis, I made my way over to my volunteer shift at Agora. I set out to bake today, taking on the infamous Agora granola bars. They looked so good, I had to purchase one myself.

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It was still a little warm, so the chocolate chips were still a bit melty. Mmmmm.

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I even got compliments on how well they turned out. I’m just a baking pro, dontcha know?

I finally found my way home, which was no small feat, since they were finally repaving our road today. Then it was time to squash the lunch hunger.

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I just went rummaging in the fridge for some randomness. Like leftover tofu sticks.

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Leftover salad, with dill dip used as dressing.

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And some wasa crackers with havarti cheese.

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Word to the wise – tofu sticks don’t keep. I think even if I went to the trouble of reheating them in the microwave, they wouldn’t have been as good as just cooked. Fresh is best when it comes to the ‘fu sticks!

I did some work on all of my projects due tomorrow, then decided to catch up on the PVR, in hopes that my group would have their stuff complete as well. It did eventually iron itself out this evening, but I swear, working with a group of 7 people is no easy task.

When dinner time rolled around, mom decided it was a “breakfast for dinner” night. Fine by me 😀 On the menu – blueberry pancakes.

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Too bad they photograph horribly! I topped mine with more blueberries, and some maple syrup. Nom nom. I may have snagged a 4th one. I may have not. You’ll never know

More time was devoted to group work, then I relaxed with some more tv. I had plans for a workout with my cousin’s wife, but it fell through. In some respects, it was a good thing, because keeping my eyes open today was a challenge! I probably would have injured myself if I’d attempted any physical activity.

Later on, in hopes of combating the cold temperatures outside, I had a giant mug of Stash Coconut Mango Oolong tea, with unsweetened vanilla almond milk.

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And another one of those damn brownie cupcakes. Here you can see the chocolate filling forming a nipplesque shape on top of the cupcake.

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Now that my school obligations are complete, I think I’m going to spend the end of my evening reading blogs. I purged my Google Reader a couple days ago, and damnit, I’m already back up to 190 posts. People! Don’t you know I have school work?! Ah well, whatcha gonna do?

Chillaxin’ time. Night!

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Categories: Agora, Breakfast, Dessert, Dinner, Lunch, Snack

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7 Comments on “Double The Breakfast”

  1. October 29, 2009 at 5:33 am #

    YUM! that bar looks delicious!!!! can you break me off a piece 🙂

  2. October 29, 2009 at 6:20 am #

    Double the breakfast IS double the fun!! Best meal of the day in my opinion 🙂

    And havarti cheese is incredible!

  3. October 29, 2009 at 8:26 am #

    That bar you made looks pretty awesome. Wish I had one here right now. Trade you my Mojo bar???? 😉

    Havarti….that is one cheese that has been out of my life WAY to long. Must add to grocery list for the weekend.

  4. October 29, 2009 at 1:32 pm #

    I love having breakfast for dinner, unfortunately my husband does not.

    Hope all is well!

  5. October 29, 2009 at 2:59 pm #

    Those blueberry pancakes look awesome! I haven’t had those in so long that you just struck a craving in me!!

    7 people in a group?! Geez! That’s a lot – good luck!!

  6. BroccoliHut
    October 29, 2009 at 8:20 pm #

    Dill dip as dressing=genius!

  7. October 29, 2009 at 10:02 pm #

    your breaky looks awesome!

    what is on the tofu sticks? they look good!

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