100 Happy Days: Clean Eating

May 29th, 2014

Under one of the tents at Serramonte, one worker weighed my zucchini. I paid him. Then he counted out change.
“Thank you,” I chimed.
“See you next week,” he replied.

Cherry Tomatoes

Vendors at the Daly City Farmers Market are starting to remember me.

Our Peru trip is just around the corner. We spent April and May indulging in food and drinks. It feels like a lovely time to give my body a break with clean eating.
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After my market trip, I made roasted zucchini and tomatoes with whole wheat linguini. I modified a recipe by Martha Stewart. I left out the salt, olive oil and cheese. I added chopped olives. I served it with salmon, grilled on cedar planks. My hubby left out salt and pepper on the fish. It tasted yummy!

Overall – not bad.
Mark liked it for dinner.

Day 25 of 100 Happy Days.

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2 Responses to “100 Happy Days: Clean Eating”

  1. RDV

    This is really good and healthy, I’m with you on supporting local markets as well. It’s a win win situation, bottom line we’re helping to save the planet.

  2. Farm to Mouth | Oral Fixations

    […] made whole wheat linguini with roasted zucchini, tomatoes and olives. I tweaked a Martha Stewart recipe to synch up with my hubby’s clean […]

 

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