17 March 2010

sheesh * kabob





links to what's what on the Sampler Tray


Curried Chicken w/Spinach

My first olive

Sloppy technique w/lots of resistance
The resistance is a metaphor as well.



Lunch at a very nice Afghanistan Restaurant
Hot cup of Green Tea with all the spices....
OMG the experience made me cry! *sniff*
Didn't count on it being so overwhelming.
Obviously didn't eat the (basmati and jasmine) rice and carbs.
Maybe a few bites of some of the wraps.
Not even the nan! (or the "naan!")
I did ok, because I wasn't hungry after lunch, 
like a carb over-load would make a person.
Like leaving ketosis would make me.

Monster LowCarb w/protein mix
Pistachio nuts for dinner
Monster LC at night
Coffee w/sf hot chocolate
Water, but not nearly enough, eh?
5,000 steps, but not nearly enough, eh?


Wish you were here...

16 comments:

  1. Go pinch yourself for me if you forgot
    to wear something green today!
    Or go eat something green to make up for it!
    Green beer counts.

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  2. Happy St. Patty's Day Ms. Anne.

    I've never eaten Afghanistan cuisine. The pictures you took were mouth watering. Perhaps I need to check out the yellow pages.

    Have a great day!!!

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  3. I LOVE curry... I've never been to an Afghanistan restaurant, but we have plenty of Indian and Bangladesh restaurants around here. In fact, curry is Britain's national dish! :o)

    My favourite is chana dhansak (chick peas and lentils in a hot and sour sauce) and vegetable vindaloo. Yummy!

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  4. yum yum and more yum
    now im hungry lol

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  5. How ever did you resist the carbs?! I would have went mad!
    I love curry. like violently. I remember when I was little and growing up in Jamaica, I loved how the curry chicken made the white rice yellow.

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  6. Yum Yum that looks good

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  7. Oh i wish i was there too! I would definitely have helped you finish that off :)

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  8. That food looks so good! Makes me crave my favorite Indian restaurant.

    Hope you are having fun! Looks like it. :)

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  9. Oh my! That meal looks amazing.

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  10. That looks good! Did you finish the olive? :)

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  11. I don't many Indian foods but I absolutely love somosas.......looking good my friend..Hugs

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  12. What a fabulous looking meal! The nan is hard to resist. Good for you!

    Was that your first olive EVER or your first of the meal.

    See you soon!
    jj

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  13. Geesh, that looks delicious! I like your "workout" hat. ;)

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  14. HeHe - Thanks, y'all!
    No - this was my first olive EVER and
    no, I didn't finish it. It tasted great - like red wine.

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  15. LOL I thought St. Patricks Day was Sunday. So I was wondering all day why everyone else was celebrating today. LOL

    Mmmm. I love Indian food.

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  16. Oh Sweet beautiful food! Great pictures of the food. It's making me very hungry.

    I still can't believe that was your first olive ever!

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