Whatever the case, I am linking up with Jenn at Peas and Crayons for her weekly food extravanganza What I Ate Wednesday linkup. If you haven't been there and are a food voyeur (as many of us at the linkup are), I encourage you to check it out!
Saturday / breakfast / Kennebunkport, ME. Our bed & breakfast, Maine Stay Inn & Cottages served a lovely breakfast both Saturday and Sunday while we were there. I had the eggs and the kielbasa and even indulged in the gluten-free fruit crisp (for those of you who know about my nutritional reset, note that is where the rules of the reset started to crumble). The crumble was worth every bite. The muffin went to my toddler.
Sunday / lunch / Kennebunkport, ME. Apparently you can't be in Maine without having lobster. The last time I had lobster was 1998? I decided I would give it another try. I think my taste buds have finally matured. I loved the lobster. Next time I go back, I'm breaking my Paleo diet and having a lobster roll. I bet it will rock!
Sunday / afternoon snack / somewhere between Maine and Illinois. En route to Chicago, I had a serious case of the munchies. I purchased this snack box on United Airlines and was super happy. Again, broke the rules of both my nutritional reset diet and Paleo lifestyle, munching happily on crackers slathered with a peppercorn parmesan cheese and roasted red pepper tapenade. Then I devoured the almonds, olives, and chocolate covered pomegranate seeds.
Monday / dinner / Sacramento, CA. So happy to be in California on Cinco de Mayo. I don't know about other states, but California loves to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. I had the carnitas plate (doesn't look like much in the plate but it was delish!). Served with black beans, spanish rice, pico de gallo, and guacamole, I had more than enough to take home (which I ate for breakfast the next morning!).
Did you celebrate Cinco de Mayo? Are there any airlines left that serve decent food?