Eating Through My Fridge & Pantry Experiment ~ Day 12

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Still feeling like a failure! I was thawing one frozen chicken breast but now it's no good. I'll have to throw it away. Now I will only have 1 chicken breast for Chicken Piccata. I'm almost at the full 15 days of this experiment but I still managed to have loads of food in my refrigerator. I'm not sure how this happened. Too many donations? Too many slips? Too much food in the pantry & fridge to conceivably eat in 15 days?! I don't know what is going wrong but it seems like I will have to continue the experiment for a few additional days so I can really clear out my kitchen.

I keep finding more stuff to throw away. How often do you purge your pantry & fridge? I think I do this at least once a month because I'm finding things that went bad in 2007 and 2008!

Breakfast - Carlos had two scrambled eggs and cinammon raisin toast with peanut butter. I had plain cereal. Sometimes you make sacrifices for the one you love. I was content eating the cereal and watching Carlos dive in on his luxurious breakfast. And I was really happy that I could provide him with such a breakfast. There is something very satisfying about feeding a man.

Lunch - Leftover Lentil Gratin (see recipe in my previous post) and the remaining cantaloupe and strawberries.

Snacks - OMG. I'm so sick of peanut butter cookies. Someone give me an oatmeal raisin cookie STAT! Lucky for me, this is the last of the cookies. I'll be eating Lorna Doone shortbread 100 Calorie packs next week.

Dinner - I will be fed. I don't need to go into details but the feeding will happen.

I was very naughty yesterday. I took a bit of cream from another employee's container for my coffee. The coffee was absolutely delicious with the stolen cream. Mmmm... I don't feel bad one jot, considering this person has stolen cream from me before. This is an office full of cream-thiefs!

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