Grilled Tofu with Blackberry Peach Salsa. Only instead of the salsa, I used a cup of the frozen fruit I had (Very Berry Cherry from Trader Joe's), let it thaw, added 2 tbsp Salsa Verde and a squirt of lime juice and it was just as good. On the side we enjoyed grits and Crispy Kale Chips.
I was in the kitchen all day yesterday! I made a new loaf of bread, some gluten free muffins, dinner for Marsha, and of course dinner for us. It was a hot day in the kitchen, but trust me when I say it was all divine! So for dessert last night I had a sample of some of the goods.
This morning I woke up and prepared for a hot and sweaty run with a bowl of hot oats. Makes sense, right?
I wish I could share a photo of you post-run. It was a hot-mess. But I will save us both and just tell you about it. At 8:30 this morning it was already pushing the upper 80's and although we chose a trail, it was still hot enough to pour sweat. We found ourselves sprinting between the shady patches, through the sun spots. After 5 miles of hilly, hotness we made our way to the stadium for some bleachers! Yes, we did.
I finally made it home around 10:30, showered and dressed and by 11 I was already ready for lunch.
On the side I enjoyed a slice of bread with a little Sunflower Seed Butter.
Of course it wasn't long before I was hungry again and so I had this for a snack. It isn't exactly a whole-food produce option, but when I give you the recipe later you will understand why it is certainly a fine exception.
Now I am once again hungry, and excited for my dinner party tonight. I am hosting a Celebration Dinner for all the Girls on the Run board members and race committee members at a local sushi restaurant. We have had an amazing season and I can't wait to see all of my GOTR friends one more time before summer is here!
Have a great day!