Then a chocolate caramel pretzel.
I had some leftover seafood stew for lunch. Then a pretzel, and another.
For snack I had some pistachios. (Every time I think of pistachios I think of the Gangham Style dance, yet I've never actually tried to dance the dance for which you should all thank me.)
Maybe another pretzel. Who's judging? You know you would if they were in your house.
For dinner I made a delicious Roasted Peppers Panini. I meant to add a salad with it but I was totally stuffed after
3 sweet peppers (I used orange, yellow and red), sliced
1/2 onion, sliced
1 Tbsp olive oil
1 Tbsp fajita seasoning
Guacamole (just mash an avocado, add a little lemon and salt, maybe some garlic powder)
Preheat oven to 450. Mix peppers, onions, olive oil and fajita seasoning in a baking dish. Roast for 10-15 minutes (edges should just barely be getting dark).
Layer ciabatta rolls with guacamole, cheese and pepper mix and press with panini grill. Or use a stove top grill pan and use another pan to press down on it, flip, repeat.
It's delish! I don't like a lot of sauce on my sandwiches but it would be great with a bit of chipotle mayonnaise or something if you like that sort of thing.
Add a glass of Piña Colada and you'll be in heaven.
Or a chocolate caramel pretzel. You know, whatever's on hand.