I have a cold and cough, so when I left the office this afternoon, I had a craving for juice - not your ordinary orange juice, but the sunny, bright tangerine juice from Whole Foods. With the theory of feeding a cold, I thought I should also pick up something to eat.
The tangerine juice wasn't the fresh-squeezed that I remember, but it's the Naked brand of100% juices that WF has. This juice has been "gently" pasturized, so it's clear that it's not fresh-squeezed, although it does have a sell-by date.
Yes, I am eating at my desk.
I most certainly didn't feel like cooking, so I wandered by the prepared foods buffet and got a little bit of the chicken alfredo, which was the right amount of bland and white. I also got some stir-fry, which, while it tastes good, looked pretty appalling when I got it home. The meat is very dry looking and tasting and the broccoli looked dead. (The dog loved it!). I cooked the stir-fry in the microwave and to my surprise, the container semi-melted.
Connor eating out of the container.
I also got some garlic bread for later this weekend, some cherry-vanilla granola for brekkie, and two bunches of tulips ($12). I gave one of the bunches of tulips to my friends who own Housewerks and have the other one in my living room. This came to a grant total of $38.72, which is pretty expensive.
Update: I heated the garlic bread this evening and I should have scraped about half the butter off of the top (did I really just say that???). It was literally swimming in a pool of butter after I heated it. The bread was good and there were were nice chunks of garlic, which were perfect, but toooo much butter.