Wednesday, July 6, 2011


Welcome to another week of WIAW inspired by Jenn over at Peas and Crayons.

Peas and Crayons

Breakfast was some oats with chunky peanut butter topped with a few raisins and a large toasted coconut iced coffee with a little soy milk. I'm usually not a huge fan of oats but I didn't go food shopping yet so it was my only option really but it was actually pretty tasty the way I prepared it.

Lunch was a mango salad no dressing with chicken from Qdoba. After a long weekend of eating some not so healthy things I needed some greens and vegetables.


After work yesterday I had a Pilates session and Joe had a softball game so we just grabbed dinner at a local Italian place. I went with a pizza which had caramelized onions and fresh arugula with light cheese well done. It was delicious and fairly light for pizza and I love that it is brick oven pizza makes a big difference.

Question: What are your feelings on oats?

P.S. If anyone lives in the Boston area their is a great deal for a month of unlimited Boot Camp in South Boston for $25 on Living Social today.


  1. I enjoy oats and have it in the yogurt and make an oats dosa (Indian). Loved your blog and your photography!! Do visit mine if you love Asian (especially Indian) food. Shall come back again very soon!

  2. I learned how to make brick oven at home! I'll post the deets super soon once I can get some decent photos! =)

    I didnt know qudoba had such healthy colorful salads! ahh yum! I should have given them a chance when I lived near one! Now i'm not sure there's on within an hour radius of here. oops!

    Happy WIAW love!!!!

  3. That salad looks awesome! And I love pizza, it's one of my faves. Classic!


  4. You don't like oatmeal??? What kind of a fitness blogger ARE you??? Just kidding. :) I used to not like it, but I acquired a taste for it- when it's covered in nut butter and flavorings and fruit. Dang I wish I lived in Boston!!!!!!

  5. I have a lot of feelings on oats. I feel love, I feel joy, I feel hungry. Ha! I've been oatmeal for breakfast since I was 3 years old, so that's a lot of oat-love.


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