Sunday night already, boo this weekend flew by too fast! But it was also a productive weekend. We had fake grass professionally installed for half of our backyard last week, the half that is closest to the door – easy for the dogs to get to. And on the side I’ve always had problems maintaining with plants crammed under a tree with lots of weeds and leaves collecting. So we had all the plants and ground cover removed and now have simple, easy to maintain grass. And the pups are loving it – much easier for Leela to get to with her vision issues.
We still have some work to do landscaping around the trees and adding lights which we did a bit of today, but I love it so far and really looking forward to it always being green and dog friendly.
Eats this week have been pretty typical starting with this huge lunch salad with my mom.
Simple post gym and busy work day tofu stir fry with rainbow chard.
Friday night hubby and I stepped out for spicy Thai tofu dishes and Blue Moon beer.
And this lunch salad with spicy hummus dressing, chickpeas, and sprouts.
I’m on a spicy kick this week because I also had this tofu and zucchini saute with spicy curry paste and coconut milk for dinner last night.
Today hubby and I headed to KP International Market to check out finally after seeing so many TV ads for it.
What a crazy place! Starting with the chaotic food court offering international cuisine with a jewelry shop, alcohol shop, and fine dining restaurant mixed in.
And so many crazy options in the produce department – lots of fruits and veggies I’ve never heard of or seen. They even had fresh jack fruit to buy in chunks instead of the whole thing.
The most varieties of tofu, noodles, miso pastes, kimchi, and fermented veggies I’ve ever seem.
Can wait to try the watermelon rind jelly! And I could have eaten that entire huge bag of sushi ginger – yum. Also plant based milks from many lands. We didn’t by too much, just sauces, some veggies, and a huge watermelon – we were kind of overwhelmed at the selection. But I could easily spend loads in the produce department alone.
I was eager to try the enoki mushrooms and seasoned soybean paste in a hearty miso soup using Explore Cuisine’s Edamame Spaghetti for a protein kick.
With a little sriracha mixed in, it was delicious for a simple dinner – I love that the edamame spaghetti cooks in minutes in a wok for simple dishes.
And after a 6 mile run, yard work, and laundry today – I am wiped and not ready for the weekend to end. Oh well, to the list while I switch the last load of laundry.
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