A very Jenni lunch

1. A goat cheese pita. I recommend Ezekiel 4:9 pita bread* and thank God with every bite you don't have to eat it as God instructed Ezekiel.

2. Palak paneer: soft cubes of cottage cheese in a spicy, creamy spinach sauce. I found Kitchen of India's brand at Kroger - you simply empty the contents of the pouch into a pan and heat for 3-5 minutes while stirring. It reminded me of Shiva restaurant's saag paneer which is a compliment. I found Shiva's recipe, too, but haven't tried it yet.

3. Tea's Tea jasmine green tea.

4. A few rosemary and olive oil Triscuits topped with goat cheese. I then made myself stop eating goat cheese. I used to babysit an adorable little girl who could only drink goat milk. Maybe I would like goat milk; I sure as heck love goat cheese.

*Ezekiel 4:9 cinnamon raisin bread is also yummy. I first purchased this brand of bread to amuse myself, but since I'm very Granola I took a liking to what Johnny calls Crap Bread.

P.S. - I actually mailed my Mom's box on the way to the gym today which makes me wonder: is there poetic license for blogging?


Christine said...

I'll give ya an "AMEN!" for the Ezekiel 4:9 bread! I haven't tried Cinnamon Raisin because I'm legalistic about sugar :) but I do love the Sesame! It's the best bread EVER, especially toasted with real butter.

And I've had 4 cups of Yerba Mate Chocolatte with Stevia today, thanks to you!

PS. I made the Oatmeal Apple muffins on that Stevia site I sent you yesterday, and they're delicious!

Jenni said...

You will be happy to know that the cinnamon raisin flavor does not contain sugar, and I do need to try sesame.

Johnny! said...

I like the Ezekiel "crap" flavor. I eat it while lying on my side for months near a model of Jerusalem..