Thursday, January 10, 2013
Lindt dark mint balls, the kind that they only sell at Christmas, are the best chocolate. Himself got me a supply. Himself is very clever.
I've developed a growing fondness for those sesame snap snack things. I just learned that you can buy them online. Of course you can buy them online; you can buy everything online. I just hadn't thought of it. I've also developed the habit of eating them after eating baked chicken from the local grocery deli, while watching the British show My Family. Habits are weird things.
I'm out of turkey. Turkey is an essential component in surviving the sugar-reduction diet. It was a mistake to run out of turkey. It was a further mistake to run out of Greek yogurt. Greek yogurt has some sugar of its own (well, lactose or something), but you drizzle one little teaspoon of honey into a big bowl of it and stir it around, and it's a lot of sweet taste for not that much sugar.
Of all things sugar that I crave, I miss Mint Milanos the most. Except maybe for Coke-in-glass-bottles. Well, and the pralined pecans they sometimes have at the candy store. And cupcakes from St. Cupcake. I'm also remembering the cake that Gardener Artist brought to the Christmas party. It was a really, really, extraordinarily, oh-my-God, good cake. We ate all the leftovers. It's gone now. I miss it.
Oh, and Julie's ice cream bars. The vanilla with dark chocolate. Ooooooh.
TOMORROW IS TREAT FRIDAY!
I can have an ice cream bar! Bwahahahahahaha!
OK, this round of the low-sugar diet seems to be wearing on me a little more than the first round. You may have noticed.
Now I'm going to go shake the refrigerator and demand that it produce turkey.