My uncle's b-day cake, we got it from this awesome French bakery! "Three heavenly layers of our vanilla sponge cake, filled with alternating layers of strawberries and sweet pineapple atop our smooth white mousse, finished with fresh fruit and fluffy whipped cream." Sooooo guuud~~
Don't have a picture, but shredded chicken in creole tomato & wine sauce with white rice, black bean soup, & plantains... and 3 different kinds of hummus. And a really good (i.e. knock you on your ass) drink on the side. Om nom nom nom *hic*.
So it was my mom's birthday on the 17th, and she's quite a big fan of angel food cake. I happened to see this one on the discount rack that day, and I asked the bakery to set it aside until after I got off of work. Of course, the cake decorator (who used to work in my area and is friendly with me) asked if I wanted anything written on it, and I initially said no. Then I had some time to think about it... and I eventually asked her to do this. Waka waka waka waka.
My pan is a bit warped so it melted weird but it tastes freakin AMAZING. The French bread had just come out of the oven when we bought it (less than 30 minutes before we made it), we got the super fancy pepperonis, and I cut the olives up myself. It's gigantic and sooooooooooooooooo yummy.
This is an uh, thing I sortof invented. The main course is turmeric salmon. It's made from salmon, turmeric (yeah), chopped garlic, mushrooms, and onion, one egg, basil, oregano, paprika. To the side is greek cucumber yogurt topped with walnuts & tomatoes, and a half cup of wild rice x quinoa. And in the back is a glass of the old trusty Pilsner Urquell.
This is the thing I usually eat on Tuesdays and Thursdays.