I think we all know how much I love pizza. I have not made that, nor my affinity for mac ‘n’ cheese, a secret on this blog. We will address that soon, but first we have another favorite: chocolate.
In case you haven’t noticed, I eat an awful lot of breakfasts that feature chocolate in them, and this is no exception. I also like to think that this on is “healthy” because it’s vegan as well!
- 1 cup almond milk (or milk of your choice)
- 1 frozen banana
- 1.5 Tbsp cocoa powder
- 1 Tbsp peanut butter
Blend until smooth and enjoy!
Now, that’s not the most filling breakfast in the world, but it did tide me over before devouring my massive bowl of lentils:
Yep, that’s the same dahl that I had the other day…only this time I used the ground coriander, and it made a world of difference! I got to leave work early to go pick up my parents at the airport, and was so excited to see them again 🙂 Look at my beautiful Mommy 🙂
Enter: California Pizza Kitchen. I clearly have liked this place for some time, what with it featuring my favorite food group and all. We all got water and shared some bread and butter before our meals came out. My parents each got the Asparagus Spaghettini:
Nate ordered the Jamaican Jerk Chicken pizza:
Honestly, mine was very flavorful, but the mushrooms were overdone and rubbery. I kind of wish I had gone with my second choice, which was the Goat Cheese & Roasted Pepper pizza…but at least now I know otherwise!
Today we’re not sure what we’re doing, but I get to play with parents all day! Should be fun and I hope to take pictures 🙂 We just took the dogs on a walk, and Keira pulled the.entire.time. Granted, we haven’t worked with her on the leash much at all, but I’m seeing now that it is probably something that we should do.
So my question to you today is this: Dog owners (past, present, or future), what are your best tips for leash-training a dog? We will definitely make the time to train her (and Bunker both), but we don’t have hours on end to spend doing it every night. I’m open to any suggestions, tricks, tips, and equipment! 🙂