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You Don’t Turn Down Udi’s

December 16, 2010

I planned on sleeping yesterday morning so I could stay up later (another 2 AM closing night at the library :() but my mom called and invited me to breakfast at Udi’s and 15 minutes later I was dressed and walking to my car.

I got the Classic Egg and Cheese Sandwich (minus the cheese and plus avocado).

Plus a piece of loupe!

Goodness, I forgot how GOOD croissants are.

We sat next to the window into the bakery area where we watched Udi himself knead some dough and scrutinize over a loaf of what I think was ciabatta.  He cut several slices, examined each, tasted some, discussed with another baker.  I was glad to see how dedicated to bread Udi is!

Also got a large oregon chai.  Yummmm.

Closing days = caffeine days.

After lunch I went home to relax for a while before heading to the mall and plowing through some Christmas shopping.

I should not be allowed in The Container Store.  I cannot make decisions and there are just SO many to make in there.

Hours later (okay, it wasn’t really that long) I returned home and wrestled up some lunch.  Leftovers have been my best friend this week.

1/2 a calzone from last week which may or may not be too long to be holding onto leftovers but I took my chances.

Jazzed it up by adding some sprouts.

Plus 1/2 an apple, sprinkled with cinnamon.

And leftover nut butter crusted sweet potato fries.

That refused to re-crisp in the broiler but were delicious anyways.

And a little ketchup.  No really, it was a little because I wasn’t exactly sure if I wanted any at all but I ended up dipping both the calzone and the fries in it.  I thought about dipping the apple but then I realized that would be disgusting.

What can I say, I love ketchup.

86 push ups and 217 sit ups later I headed to the gym to hit the treadmill.  Most days I hate the treadmill but today I felt like I could have kept running forever, or for 4.25 miles at least.

Did I mention I made peanut butter the other day?

You wouldn’t believe how much food it takes to stay up till 2 AM.  Good thing I’m a pro food packer 😛

Happy Thursday friends!

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. December 16, 2010 1:14 PM

    Goodness, that sandwich looks awesome!!! Eggs and avocado= love!

    Jen

  2. December 16, 2010 6:33 PM

    I can hardly stay up till 10pm. There’s no way I could stay up till 2am. There would definitely be a lot of coffee!

    I am an avocado lover! It goes on every sandwich I make!

  3. December 16, 2010 9:08 PM

    I have only two words in my head.
    HOLY YUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUM!
    😀

  4. December 17, 2010 5:26 AM

    I can only imagine how much food it takes to stay up until 2 AM – every time you get super sleepy, your body tells you you’re hungry!

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