Alcohol, Eating, Sweets

What Claire Ate: Pancake Day

Remember that breakfast burrito? Yeah, I ate the rest of that.

The burrito that keeps on giving.

The burrito that keeps on giving.

For lunch I got a salad because I’m a balanced adult who values her body and its many abilities.

With a chicken leg because I'm no rabbit.

With a chicken leg because I’m no rabbit.

I had a bite of Sean’s pasta and chicken parm (which is just out of frame).

Two stolen bites total.

Two stolen bites total.

Then I ate this because it was there.

I showed a lot of restraint just eating one.

I showed a lot of restraint just eating one.

Several hours later, feeling peckish, I searched the fridge for a snack and found the remaining 1/3 cup of Pad Thai I had leftover from Saturday I think?

Still good.

Still good.

Later still, after some writing, I made some fromage fort because why not?

I used some red wine this time.

I used some red wine this time.

I had four of these.

Savory.

Savory.

I finished off a bottle of wine that needed finishing.

There wasn't a lot left.

There wasn’t a lot left.

I discovered that the red wine glaze I had made the day before morphs into a fudge when chilled. This was a delightful discovery.

I had like two tablespoons worth.

I had like two tablespoons worth.

Then fellow xoBabe Natalie alerted me to PANCAKE DAY so I used her recipe to make these delightful, thin pancakes.

Example of the sweet variety.

Example of the sweet variety.

I set up a station of savory fillings. While setting it up, I ate two pieces of ham and two pieces of sopressata.

Those are caramelized onions in there.

Those are caramelized onions in there.

I also set up a sweet filling station.

STRONGLY FEATURING NUTELLA

STRONGLY FEATURING NUTELLA

I had two savory (one with ham, fromage fort, and onions; one with sopressata, fromage fort and onions).

It was pretty glorious.

Did you celebrate pancake day?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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