Now, here's the thing-I have a freezer too. So I went to Homeland (after polishing off my crab legs) and stocked up on shrimp and lobster tails and ta daaaaaaaaaaaa Glad Microwave Steamer bags. Yes-5 minutes from freezer to plate, a nice big old lobster tail for 7 bucks.
And now that I know this, I can't stop. Shrimp cocktails. Ceviche. Lobster.....but, not my usual canned. It's like I've rediscovered seafood.
Right now, I'm tracking and logging food and exercise on the daily plate. Seafood has a whole buttload of protein, and that's something I struggle with getting enough of. Problem solved for now.
Then I did a little look up on Cape Cod dining. I really MUST bring my bike-because it's going to take a few long rides to get off the wonders I saw on the menu.
THEN, well, some of us got to talking about Trader Joe's. I will for sure be stopping at Hyannis and most likely Nashville too-and I'm down to my last precious jar of Joe's tapenade now-but with Joe's in my future, my fall looks promising.
I am probably going to take my camera into Joe's. Joe's is like a cult-and my fellow cult members will want to know how the MA. Joe's differs from the Tennessee Joe's and the Fairfield and Mountainview. I may swing by an Illinois Joe's too-don't know about that just yet, I need room in the car for art supplies, my camera and an extra pair of panties or two.
Wow, the Mustang of Self Deception has a hitch mount on it.....I could, no, wait I'll have my bike on the rack that fits into the hitch mount. Never mind, AND no one needs that much tapenade any way.