Chips for Supper

Avoiding the greatest thing on earth — chips for supper

Fast Food Fail: August 21-27


I’m reporting this in an attempt to lose weight.  I’m going to start with just updating on getting fast food (too often) or going to sit-down restaurants (more rare).  Eventually it might turn into posting all that I eat, or even how much I spend.

  • Sunday: Ate at home!
  • Monday:  Ate at home!
  • Tuesday:   Ate at home!
  • Wednesday:   Ate at home!
  • Thursday:  I ended up getting sushi for lunch. Sushi. Nom. Haven’t had it in awhile.
  • Friday:   Ate at home!
  • Saturday: I ended up getting a hot dog combo at the last lacrosse game of the season.  I don’t even know why because I wasn’t that hungry.  But a big congratulations on the Salmonbellies for the great season and making me actually like lacrosse!

Lacrosse is over, but hockey season is starting. Sometimes I’ll have to go to hockey straight from work so I need to figure out a plan for dinner.  I can’t go back to eating rink food every game.

Also, despite eating at home a lot these past few weeks (yay!), I have to admit that my home-eating hasn’t been the best.  I need some ideas for dinner that are easy to make, since I’ll soon be back to my school-schedule and home at 10pm.

Tell me your favourite easy, go-to recipe!

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6 thoughts on “Fast Food Fail: August 21-27

  1. I like to make tuna salad, it’s easy when you’ve already got it ready in the fridge… add a few crackers or a fresh slice of bread and veggies and it’s a filling meal although admittedly… not very exciting.

  2. Omelettes for supper… Yum! I just grab whatever veggies I’ve got in the fridge, add a few eggs and toast a slice of bread. Obviously having breakfast for supper isn’t an everyday thing but sometimes I’m just too tired to cook

  3. I’m still working on figuring out easy, go-to recipes too…but most nights if I’m tired or home late, I just throw together a stir fry (whatever veggies I have, some combination of spices/oil/sauce, and instant rice) or some pasta with chicken. Not super exciting, but pretty quick and easy, and you can change it up a bit with difference sauces or spices.

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