I redefined "best bite" this week.
What To Expect's suggestion/Nikki's actual consumption:
low-fat tuna in water/fried oysters with extra fries
whole grain toast with all-natural peanut butter/boston creme donut
glass of 2% milk/bowl of clam chowder
carrot sticks for snacking/2 RAW oysters
oranges for snacking/Texas cake
quinoa with spinach/Texas cake with ice cream
I don't think I had any vegetables at all. Unless you count the fries. And white flour and refined sugar were plant-derived at some point, right?
But see, we were on vacation on Cape Cod. And if there's anything Cape Cod has to offer, it's food. Good food. Good, fried food. Now that I'm home, I'm back on task. I had cabbage salad with chicken for dinner last night, a tuna sandwich for lunch today.
And steak for dinner tonight. And we threw out the last of the uneaten tofu. My "on task" like my "best bite" differs slightly from What To Expect's.
We did do other things besides eat. We went to the beach (often). We read. We played dominoes. We went for walks.
We admired the beauty.
We admired the wildlife.
We posed for dorky pictures to either reenact dorky pictures of the past (Toaster) or emulate Professor Fate's half-a-mustache (RockNoodle).
Having never heard of "Texas cake" before, I Googled the phrase. I found lots of images of cakes shaped like the state of Texas, mentions of "Texas sheet cake", and this:
I'm sure this is nothing like what you had in mind. But hey, it's certainly memorable...
Great vacation photos, by the way!
I saw some salad on your plate on the night of the lobster, so you can take smug satisfaction in that. You did chase it with two pieces of Texas cake, though.
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