yes, cheeseburgers were dancing around in my dreams, bumping into me on the sidewalk, creeping over my dinner plate, brokenhearted that i’d abandoned them. such a horror that i woke up drenched in a nervous sweat! okay, that’s not entirely true. i didn’t dream about cheeseburgers last night; i actually had visions of tofu slices! okay, that’s a lie also. i honestly don’t remember last night’s dreams. all i remember is i slept very well and awoke refreshed and ready for the day. perhaps that’s because i decided to forgo my typical 4:30 a.m. workout. yes, that was definitely a good choice.
anyway! day three came and went like any typical wednesday did. i had some cherries for my morning snack and then craisins on a log in the early afternoon. interesting how some of my vegan selections seem to remind me of my childhood…
for lunch i had reheated veggie taco bowl, and it definitely hit the spot. also, i think i made all my coworkers jelly (that’s short for jealous, just fyi) because it smelled so good.
the danger struck, though, when my coworker andrew brought back a whole parcel of cookies for the office. everyone was commenting, “mm, how tasty!” “ah, these are great!” i had to look away as everyone delicately unwrapped them and took delicious bite after delicious bite without me. i wouldn’t say my will to resist was crumbling, but those treats definitely reminded me how much i am looking forward to saturday when i can indulge in all my favorite eats once again.
as for dinner this evening, we didn’t get too formal. phillip had his company’s first kickball game of the summer (woohoo!) and i kind of lounged around watching law & order: svu once i got home. after finally peeling myself off the sofa (i’d already seen that particular episode countless times), i got to baking. i do enjoy cooking, but i’d say baking is much more of a passion for me. another friendly recommendation, i whipped up a batch of vegan lemon poppy seed scones from the lovely i love vegan pair of brittany and william. i’ve actually never made scones, so i wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but the recipe seemed straightforward and i was itching for something to satisfy my sweeter baked good tooth.
after letting the scones cool and generously drizzling them in glaze, i could hardly wait until phillip got home so we could try some. don’t they look delectable?
well, if looks could kill, then how these scones tasted would send you to heaven and back. i was incredibly happy with the biscuit-like texture, the light fluffiness, and the bright lemon flavor. as phillip and i sat munching them at the dining room table, i couldn’t help but be impressed by myself (and the recipe). i mean, these scones are slap-your-mama good. they’re almost so good that i might eat a second scone right now and then another in the morning for breakfast. no judging! 😉