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October 20, 2012 / Food Follower

Room Picnic

The weather was so nice today, so I am sure you can guess where I ran this morning (Atkins if you couldn’t guess). I haven’t been running or exercising lately, and this definitely took a toll on me today. What usually takes me between 28-30 minutes to run took me over 40 minutes. I have no excuse, but to continue running and hopefully improve my pace.

When I arrived at my destination, I bought this delicious loaf of sour dough bread, currant jam, and brie cheese. I ate them in my room (hence the title of this post), but don’t worry I didn’t finish everything. Just give me a couple of more days.

I also purchased a very delicious pistachio walnut loaf. I love texture in my food, and I was definitely happy to get a double dosage of crunchy from the two different kinds of nuts. This loaf is definitely something I will try to make at home!

And here’s a close up if you couldn’t already see how awesome it looks:

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  1. myhealthyohana / Oct 20 2012 7:12 pm

    That pistachio loaf looks amazing. I love Brie cheese!

    • Food Follower / Oct 20 2012 8:05 pm

      It is amazing, and brie is one of my all-time favorite cheeses!

  2. richardmcgary / Oct 20 2012 11:27 pm

    Baby Lady and I love indoor picnics. It makes for a very pleasant, relaxing day. Tonight we had an artisan Italian loaf of bread, toasted; triple cream brie; a beautiful bucheron goat cheese; and a 2007 cabernet blend, all while watching movies at home. What a wonderful time!

  3. lickingtheplateagain / Oct 22 2012 7:24 am

    Love pistachios! The pistachio walnut loaf looks amazing!

  4. kleeball / Oct 24 2012 3:58 pm

    THAT LOAF LOOKS AMAZING – texture is so important. Loved this post Levi

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