{Today's Letters - iPad has SOLD!}

Monday, April 16, 2012

Today's Letters: Dear Mr. Loerke, yesterday you affectionately started calling my Shittake Mushroom Chips, "sh%t chips." Good thing I have a crush on you. Dear 16GB iPad2, you were our unexpected major award. After watching you sit unused on our desk for a month, we feel that it's time to pass you onto someone much younger and cooler than ourselves. Thanks for being sexier than the old man's leg lamp. Dear Self, on Saturday you spent a much needed 4 hours reading, journaling and writing. A great reminder that a peaceful heart can give life to the body. Dear Timothy James, t-minus 13 days until our Hill Country road trip. Can't wait to stuff our bocas at the Gristmill and dance with you at Gruene Hall!

Happy Freaking Monday, Homies! What's your favorite kind of chips? Pre-Whole30 I would have said Jalapeno Kettle Chips dipped in Thousand Island dressing. (Don't knock it 'till you try it). Tim's favorite? BBQ anything.
Whole30 Day 11Fruit Smoothie, Chili Lime Cashews, Cherry Pie LĂ„RABAR, Strawberries & Pineapple, leftover Pulled Pork with lettuce, tomato, lime, salsa and plantain chips.  
Whole30 Day 12: Fruit Smoothie, House Salad (no cheese) from Brother's Pizza, Jazz Apple, Justin's Almond Butter, Banana Ice Cream, Chili Lime Cashews, Salad, Peppermint Tea.
Whole30 Day 13: Fruit Smoothie, Jazz Apple, Justin's Almond Butter, Green Beans Wrapped in Bacon Woobies (sans brown sugar and butter), Grilled Chicken, Shittake Mushroom Chips.
: Before starting the Whole30 I had grown accustomed to expecting certain meals without even thinking about it or evaluating it. Now, I'm much more mindful about what I eat and how much I eat. I've also noticed that I've become hungry less often, and that my desire for sweet things is no longer holding me captive. But maybe that's because of all the Banana Ice Cream I've been eating?

PS, If you're interested in being the owners of our new iPad2 email me at em@todaysletters.com. We're throwing in a $150 ClamCase Keyboard for free. It can all be yours for just 400 bills!


Han said...

I can try and ask Mr Han if I can have the iPad but I think he might tell me off lol. He has one and uses it religiously - I resorted to a Kindle and my iPhone rather than an iPad but it's so lovely and shiny lol.

Mary Michelle said...

Do pretzels count as chips? If so...that is my choice!

Reading your posts about Whole 30 make me really want to try it out. I am in the process of recruiting a few friends to go on this journey with me and be my support group in the process.

I have been researching all the guidelines, etc. and want to know if you have found a website that lists foods you CAN eat? Please let me know if you have one! Thanks :)

R said...

Those are my favorite chips, too, but I would've never thought to dip them in dressing!! Must try!

Sar said...

400 bills...how do you feel about utility bills? I can photocopy mine 399x...

;) Kidding. Those mushroom chips look superb! Also, try baked zucchini chips. To die for!

Robyn said...

green banana chip-like matoke/plantane (not the sweet honey things) -yum.
your chips look the sh%t

Chelle Lynn said...

Kale chips!

Lima said...

gristmill = 5 thumbs up.

Salish22 said...

I second the kale chips! SO GOOD!
They kind of taste like roasted pumpkin seeds and are packed with vitamin goodness.

Erin said...

I hope you'll do a Whole30 review once it's over -- I'm so curious.

Today's Letters said...

erin, absolutely!

Unknown said...

Here are some great sites I've found while starting whole30/paleo diet:

I read your blog religiously and love it!! Good luck with this new food revolution!

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