In college, my friend Katey and I often used to hit up the dining hall a little after 5 o’clock for dinner—mostly because we wanted to avoid the crowds, but also because we were old ladies, who enjoyed the early bird special. Nearly a decade later (seriously, how is my 10-year college reunion this May!?), I’m still a big fan of the early bird special.
On the menu for dinner last night: Make-Your-Own Quesadillas.
In the mix: whole wheat tortillas, shredded cheddar cheese.
Red and green bell pepper, tomatoes, cabbage, and chicken.
I added a little of everything (and a lot of cheese) to my quesadilla.
Yummmmmm! I have to admit the cabbage was sort of a weird addition to my quesadilla. I actually ended up picking it out because it just didn’t jive with the other flavors. Oh, well, it was still fun to give it a try!
By 5:34 PM, I was sitting down to dinner and Bethenny Ever After. Hooray for the early bird special!
After dinner, I enjoyed a piece of toast with sunflower butter and butterscotch chips for dessert.
Feel Great Weight: Nutritious Springtime Recipes
Spring arrived early in the Northeast this year, and when the warm weather rolls around, healthy eating comes easier for me. With fresh fruits and vegetables flourishing and widely available, not much preparation is needed for the deliciously nutritious and often low-calorie meals and snacks in my diet. From salads to smoothies, check out this slideshow a few of my favorite springtime recipes!
Question of the Day
What time do you normally eat dinner? Are you a fan of the early bird special?