Home

Coconut Flour Pancakes, Green Tea

19171 views

78 posts

Last post 13/02/2019

Posted by SusyLuvsPaul

      Pages

      "So Delicious" brand of non-dairy ice cream really lives up to its name ! Had its CashewMilk dark-chocolate coated ice cream bar on a stick, very rich and yummy, and its even more divine tasting Almond Milk Dark-Chocolate coated bar on a stick, swirled with dark chocolate fudge ribbons and dotted with butter brickle chunks. The CashewMilk So Delicious bar features sea-salted caramel swirls mingled with the yummy rich cashew milk ice cream inside the exquisite dark chocolate coating. It's really too good.

        If you want unique ice cream flavors, go to Japan.

          Going to Japan for ice cream...sounds like a plan ! (LOL)

          Ramen chicken noodle flavored Pringles chips are out now...ugh?

          "McDonalds Lobster Rolls" on menu for summer--probably not where I am, though, unless they have them at the larger town nearby. Not sure I'd want to try them.

            SusyLuvsPaul:Going to Japan for ice cream...sounds like a plan ! (LOL)

            Ramen chicken noodle flavored Pringles chips are out now...ugh?

            "McDonalds Lobster Rolls" on menu for summer--probably not where I am, though, unless they have them at the larger town nearby. Not sure I'd want to try them.

            You could probably do a few other things while you're there.

            We have some interesting Pringles flavors here - satay, maple syrup, chocolate, fish balls. I'm sure Japan has even more. They're the home of octopus popcorn, after all.

              Those sound like exotic flavors the Orient would have, especially different sea food flavors in surprising food items. I'd rather have fried oysters as just fried oysters, for example, but those you cited are interesting.

              I recently discovered an excellent dish: "Dole" Spinach in a bag that can be steamed in a microwave. Only $2.10 per bag. Spinach and greens in general are so all-fired good for you. They're great and make you feel good after consumption.

                MacDonald's has a new veggie burger! McVegan. I hope it's made available where I am, but that's the deep South and it might not be. But maybe it will. I remember their McLean veggie burger of many years back that I thought tasted good and was so disappointed when they discontinued it.
                Arby's will have a venison burger--ugh. Deer meat.

                  SusyLuvsPaul:MacDonald's has a new veggie burger! McVegan. I hope it's made available where I am, but that's the deep South and it might not be. But maybe it will. I remember their McLean veggie burger of many years back that I thought tasted good and was so disappointed when they discontinued it.
                  Arby's will have a venison burger--ugh. Deer meat.

                  Thanks for posting about the new veggie burger, Susy, and hope it's a success! Since I've gone veggie, the only thing I ever order at McDonald's anymore are a few breakfast items, like their oatmeal (with berries and cut up apples) or maybe pancakes occasionally, without the bacon.

                  Double ugh to the venison burger... even though the native americans say that buffalo and venison are "healthier" (low fat) meats, as a vegetarian I don't think it's a good food choice alternative. Wonder if the deer they use are being hunted or "ranch raised".

                    Hershey's announces new candy bar, lucky for me it doesn't appeal to me: it's pretzels and peanuts filled and caramel instead of chocolate. I can't eat candy except for sugar free, anymore, should not have for a very long time

                      I picked up a package of the Beyond Meat, The Beyond Burger today and tried one for dinner. They are pretty good!

                        paulfan11:I picked up a package of the Beyond Meat, The Beyond Burger today and tried one for dinner. They are pretty good!

                        That's great! Thanks for the good review... will have to try it

                          LadyLeslie wrote:

                          paulfan11:I picked up a package of the Beyond Meat, The Beyond Burger today and tried one for dinner. They are pretty good!

                          That's great! Thanks for the good review... will have to try it

                          Let me know what you think when you do! :)

                            Somebody said peanut butter sandwiches with barbecue sauce are tasty--that's a new one ! I'll give it a whirl, but am a bit apprehensive. I have some almond butter too. Cashew butter with banana chips dipped in tastes good.

                              Peanut butter and barbecue sauce sounds terrible.  But I guess you never know.

                               

                               

                                Saw something online about "sour pickle slushies and smoothies"--sounds good? LOL

                                And "mac and cheese sandwiches"--not very low cal fare, is it. And "Lavendar Lemonade" and "Lilac Lemonade" made of lilac flowers and lemons and sugar, and water, of course. Said to cure headaches.

                                Martha Stewart has a new line of packaged mail order meals that include all fresh ingredients plus recipes to make "30 minute meals" comprising somewhat gourmet-sounding fare. It's mostly veggie, I think, more veggies, grains and fruits than with meats, anyway. I need to investigate further.

                                  Lavender lemonade makes perfect sense.  Pickle smoothies sound like something for pregnant women.

                                  Macaroni and cheese sandwiches are nothing new.  It's just grilled cheese with macaroni.  Put an egg in there and it's breakfast.  They're also good with pickles.  But don't put it all in your blender to make a smoothie.

                                    One of Paul's music producers, Nigel Goodrich I think, said somewhere that he observed Paul "never eats lunch." I'm into intermittant fasting, too, and think it helps me.  But in the recent Mojo interview, it was implied Paul has a regular lunch of "a bagel and humus." I wonder which is accurate.

                                     

                                     

                                      I would hope at his age he's not skipping meals.  The fact that he doesn't drink water during his 3-hour concerts is alarming enough.  Maybe it's a bladder issue, but water is too important to skip.

                                      Hummus on a bagel is always a good idea.  Especially a New York bagel.

                                        We really like dates wrapped in bacon, a new treat we discovered. And pizzas made with all cauliflower crusts, and spinach artichoke cream cheese bites and spinach and chedder cheese twist finger foods.  I fancy a new drink, Blueberry and Lemon citrus by Twist drinks of which I also love their orange variety; all sugar free. Coke has come out with Blueberry, Feisty Cherry, Strawberry Guava and Ginger Lime diet sodas, all new diet cola flavors. I like Blueberry the best so far but haven't tried the last two yet.  I noticed Hardee's offers new jewel-like  mini Fruit Loop Doughnuts in all the colors and flavors of that longtime popular, way too sweet cereal. I've kept myself from trying them (tempted, though).  I love Abby's Better Nut Butters, the Pecan Date one.

                                          Pages