Happy Friday!

Ok, so you know how I said I had the best BF ever earlier? Fact.

When I got home from work, I was greeted with this.


Just because flowers. The best.

Ok, back to the eats.

Morning Snack

We are officially out of kiwi so today was just yogurt with a peach.


I actually took a picture of my yogurt today! This Yami yogurt is totally my fav. The boy had it the other day… maybe yesterday? The day before? And said it was so good. Yay! Now we only have to buy 1 kind of yogurt at the store now!


Leftovers graced the presence of my lunch today.


Minty Bulgur Wheat with Peach Salad from last night, with the Spicy Broiled Shrimp.


I threw all of that on top of the last of our artisan lettuce from Costco, just in time to get restocked tonight!


The shrimp was not nearly as spicy today! I don’t know if it was because I ate it cold or that I mixed it in really well with the bulgur salad and had the lettuce to help tame the fire but I didn’t even need to slam water after this meal!  

Afternoon Snack

Something a little different, I had strawberries  and a string cheese.


I pretty much just grazed on these strawberries all afternoon. It was nice to just occassionally enjoy one here and there.


Oh how I love warm summer days! I am convinced that Seattle has the best summers! Not too hot, not too cold. Beautiful mountains. Beautiful sparkling water. Ahhh, I love it!

Boy already had the grill heated up when I got home. Tonight, we are grilling up some venison hot beer links (not to be confused with bear) that were given to us by my Mom and Not-Dad on there recent trip here.


While the boy manned the grill, I carmelized some vidalia onion.

We ate the links on whole wheat hot dog buns, topped with the onions and mustard.


On the side was leftover Confetti Couscous from Wednesday.


And some grilled zucchini that had been tossed in lemon juice, EVOO, salt and pepper.


Along with a tasty beer that we got from our neighbor that happens to be the brewery manager for the only brewery in town, Gallagher’s. Score! It’s on our agenda to visit when we get a free night to indulge. 😉 I was happy to see on their site that they use all natural ingredients. That’s nice of them! It appears that you can brew beers there! You, yes, you! I am intriguied and must learn more! They also offer 45 wines! I think I might die and go to heaven! It is actually probably pretty dangerous that we learned of this place!


There is no label so I’m not sure exactly what it is. We think a Pilsner? The boy said something about a floral hoppiness. To me, that means a bunny hopping throug fields of wildflowers. Obviously, I am uneducated in beer. Not to be confused with bear. All I know is whether I like a beer or not. And I liked this one. Thumbs up!


The finished product:


Dinner was perfect. I was very full. A little uncomfortably so but that is probably because of the beer and a couple extra bites of the couscous out of the bowl. teehee. So satisfied though. A perfect Friday night during the summer meal. The venison links had great flavor. A little zip but not too much. The skin was a little tougher to bite through than a normal link I think but oh-so worth it. Thanks Mom and Not-Dad!

Now we’re off to watch a movie! Ta-ta!



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