Not Enough Caffeine in the World
Who knew that roasted, salted almonds could look like this all of a sudden when you go to open the bag to enjoy some lovely almonds when you’re falling asleep at your desk?
Who knew that a person who was in dire need of said almonds because she may or may not be extremely exhausted, go apeshit upon realizing that said almonds cannot be consumed without throwing up?
I guess this is what I get for not sleeping enough over the last week and a half. What a crappy way to start my week.
I shall make up for it with Tomato Basil soup with chorizo sausage cooked in. It has lots of spice and zing to it and it’s delicious. I made a chorizo-laced chicken noodle soup for boyfriend too and I imagine he’ll be diving in within the next hour or so. I love leftovers. In fact, I think I’ll go and purchase more of this soup and chorizo because it’ll be easy to live off it for the next week until I get paid.
For those who want to know, the almonds are probably about a year old. It’s understandable that they would commit almond-cide, but it doesn’t make me any less sad for their passing.
The soups are Progresso Tomato Basil and Chicken Noodle. I got a pound of chorizo sausages from the meat section and, after removing the intestinal skin from the sausages, dropped 2.5 sausages worth of little meatballs into each of the soups where they happily bubbled away cooking the sausages to perfection. They let go of their spicy oils and flavored the soups with just enough zing to really make you think about what you’re eating.
Posted on December 10, 2012, in Paleo, Recipes, Weight Loss and tagged chicken noodle soup, chorizo, dinner, food, I need coffee, I was really hungry, Love-hate relationship with snack foods, moldy almonds, Moldy almonds smell like butt, roasted salted almonds, tomato basil soup. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.