Day 67

Day 67, 3/08/10
I actually ate some kind of seafood!

Lunch: Tuna fish with carrots and celery (and small amount of mayo) on a yummy crusty bread from WF (don’t remember the name) and homemade ginger ale.

 

I had made some crystallized ginger so we have some delicious ginger simple syrup. You can put it on ice cream, pie, tea, or make your own ginger ale. Put about 1-3 T (to your personal taste) ginger syrup in glass. Fill with seltzer and stir.

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7 thoughts on “Day 67

  1. Robyn says:

    Wow. That looks super duper tasty! I am not usually a tuna sandwich fan, but the only one I can eat is the Sicilian tuna at Rao’s. No mayo, but a little olive oil, lemon, olives… Sooooo tasty, and on foccacia to boot! Your sandwich above looks equally tasty. I like the idea of adding carrots! Yummers. ^_^

    • Sarah says:

      If I have tuna/alborcore sandwich it has to have shredded carrots. I can’t just eat the tuna, it needs veggies. I would have liked some lettuce on it, but we didn’t have any.

  2. Robyn says:

    Always with the veggies! On my Sicilian tuna I like baby spinach leaves and Roma tomato slices, with big green olives on the side.

    When I make chicken salad, I like to put lots of onion and celery in it. A few times I have been deparate for a quick lunch here at work, so I just went to Starbucks to grab one of their little snadwiches. Their chicken salad has tarragon and dried cranberries in it – Very tasty!

    I’m hungry. ;_;

    • Sarah says:

      I didn’t have any lettuce. I would have added it if I did. I love tarragon, grapes and celery as a combo for chicken salad! Oh and maybe some walnuts (candied is da bomb!). Whole Foods does a chicken salad that is very similar.

  3. Nicki says:

    Hey, ya made some crystallized ginger? Out of curiosity, did you do slices like I did or chunks? I was thinking of doing it again in chunk form but am unsure of some things, just because they’ll be way thicker.
    Yum for simple syrup!

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