WIAW [What I Ate Wednesday]: 2.13.2013

Good morning and happy Wednesday! Is it just me or is this week going soooo slow? But on the other hand, 3 day weekend coming up! 🙂

I’m excited to share what I’ve been eating, you’ll notice that some things have changed while others are still the same!

Peas and Crayons

Thanks to Jenn for hosting!

[breakfast] coffee with cream/sugar, grapefruit, 2 eggs over the baby spinach blend, and three pieces of turkey bacon

[pre-lunch snack] 2 clementines

[lunch] went to a restaurant called Honey Pig, essentially Korean BBQ. We shared beef brisket and pork belly, along with rice, salad, and some other sides.


[after-lunch dessert] some dark chocolate (this brand is really good!)

[afternoon snack] 1.5 PB Amazeballs via Gina @ The Fitnessista and some potato chips (unpictured)

[dinner] leftover salad scooped up from work, which had mixed greens, cranberries, blue cheese, pumpkin seeds, almonds, walnuts, and balsamic dressing. Also had a little bit of pasta with meat sauce and zucchini


[dessert] powerballs from Trader Joe’s <— these little babies are dangerous!


A good day of eats, and it was fun to try a new restaurant/style of food! Oh, and this is from yesterday 🙂

QA: What was your favorite thing you’ve had to eat this week? Is there anything you eat day in and day out?


  1. jessielovestorun | 13th Feb 13

    What a great day of meals. I’m with you, that brand of chocolate is so good. I don’t think theres a flavor that I haven’t loved.

  2. Eating 4 Balance | 13th Feb 13

    Honey Pig sounds like an interesting restaurant. I would probably have gotten the beef brisket and rice too. Looks delicious!

  3. Sarah @ Blonde Bostonian | 13th Feb 13

    Definitely would have to say the wild salmon I had last night for dinner. LOVE salmon!

  4. jessiebearwhat | 13th Feb 13

    mmm never had korean bbq before! looks so yummy

  5. 300newsuns | 15th Feb 13

    Anything chocolate covered from Trader Joes is dangerous:)

  6. Bunny, C. | 18th Feb 13

    Green and Black’s is my all time fave!! And here’s a little secret: the ones from the UK are even better than the ones here in the US- they melt in the mouth more easily and have a more legitimate flavor; every time I fly home via London, I make sure to pick up as many as possible!

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