Monday, September 8, 2008

Wicked Steelers!

Due to the crazy busy Sunday I had between the Steeler Game and seeing Wicked with my mom, I didn't take pictures of my food. We didn't tailgate so I didn't have to worry about drinks or game food. I ate a garden burger before rushing out of the door for the game, then I had leftover Vegan Lasagna for dinner.
The Steelers won and it was a beautiful day, so the game was great! Steve and I sat in the 2nd row on the 50 yard line. Here is a few pictures from the game.

Crazy packed Stadium:
Those Heinz bottles tip when the Steelers get in the "red zone" and when the Steelers score in the red zone Heinz buys 57 fans in the crowd free hot dogs. Obviously doesn't do much for me, but watching the bottles tilt is entertaining.

Here they are tipped, when the Steelers are in the red zone:Us, thank goodness Steve is tall with long arms so he can take these pictures of us together everywhere we go:P The sun was very bright, hence our eyes:



Wicked is a wonderful musical, and I highly recommend it. This is the 2nd time my mom and I saw it. Here is a random Sophie picture, to comp for lack of Sunday's food pictures:
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Monday's Eats:

Breakfast: Greek Yogurt + fresh peach (we bought a 1/2 peck of these at the farm, so a lot of peaches to use this week). This is a great breakfast and that Greek Yogurt keeps me so full!



I had an apple for a snack before my noon gym date to meet Steve. We ran 2 miles on the treadmill and then he had me do triceps and biceps fro 30 minutes. I bet my arms will ache tomorrow.




For lunch I tried one of the vegetarian Kashi Frozen meals I bought over the weekend (a few more flavors to come this week). This was pretty tasty. I wish I packed extra veggies to throw in and maybe fake chicken. It wasn't filling enough, especially after an hour workout. This meal is 300 calories, sorry don't remember the other stats. I would buy this again, but pack the extra veggies.



Afternoon snack was 1/2 cup of oatmeal with this yogurt. This was such a wonderful snack. I have never had oatmeal as a snack and it was so filling.



I got home from work at 7pm and I had to take care of Sophie and Steve was at his MBA class, so I was alone and lost on dinner ideas, so....I ate ice cream. I am all about eating what I crave. So I had a piece of angel food cake, with a sliced peach, a 80 calorie peach yogurt, a small scoop of ice cream and some whipped cream:


I was low on veggies today, but I get a ton most days, so no worries here.....

See you all tomorrow, I am hoping to make a great tomato recipe for HangyPants' challenge:)

7 comments:

just me said...

thanks for the review on the kashi dish! i saw it and was wondering how it was going to be!

and glad you had fun at the game; and sophie is sooooo cute!

have a good tuesday!

Erin at caretoeat.net said...

You guys are such a cute couple!
I love your "eat what I crave" philosophy.

VeggieGirl said...

So glad that you had fun at the Steelers game, and ESPECIALLY that you liked Wicked!!! I love that performance :0)

SOPHIE!! She's really growing up!! :0)

HangryPants said...

Can't wait to see what you make!

If you said "wicked steelahs" you could be from Boston or Rhode Island. :)

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

Aww, Aimee you are too sweet. And Sophie is just adorable as well :o)

sportsnutritionliving said...

Ohh cant wait to see your tomato recipe.. i have been so busy this week i have not had time to think of one!

ChickPea said...

Yay! A Pittsburgh food blogger! I lived in Pittsburgh for about half my life, so it's great to see a Steelers fan!