At Panera, I ordered oatmeal, with condiments on the side. That means the blueberries, brown sugar and granolas on the side. I didn't use the brown sugar and granola only the berries with oatmeal. I also ordered cobb salad, minus the cheese and bacon. It comes with grilled chicken. I picked on the oatmeal, finished the berries and salad then took the rest of the oatmeal home (that would be my breakfast sometimes this week).
By "lunch" I was still full. We hang out until 12:30 there anyway, so there goes lunch and I went straight to snack time.
For snack, I made steamed yams. Mom brought 4 big ones to make Sayur Bening, a traditional soup I grew up with. Very simple and easy to make, using 1 type of root commonly found in Southeast Asia, called fingerroots. I steamed some and chopped off the rest into large cubes to prepare making the Sayur Bening that night. I was in a bit of a time crunch to cook the yams not because I was going to have it for dinner, but before they started sprouting.
Dinner was finishing the Chinese Herbal soup plus strawberries with green salad.
|Steamed Yams with toasted coconut and cinnamon|
|Strawberry salad with balsamic vinegar|
|Chinese herbal soup|