Don’t worry – no spoilers on this post in case you still haven’t seen it!
We decided a while ago that we wanted to watch the “Lost” finale together by ourselves – no distractions. I’ve had some whole wheat pizza dough from Fresh and Easy waiting in the freezer for the occasion.
After letting it defrost and rest, Abe used the bamboo rolling pin from CSN Stores to make two individual pies.
Mine was cheese-free, with Trader Joe’s Peanut Satay Sauce as the base. Abe skipped the sauce and used olive oil and mozzarella.
Toppings – organic cherry tomatoes, organic zucchini (sliced very thin) and fresh rosemary from the front porch.
His and Her’s:
We cut each pie into fours and served half.
I whipped up a quick side dish using garlic and Soy Paste:
Organic baby bok choy from the farmer’s market, a little water (cover to steam) -
An international meal (just like the cast of “Lost”!) -
An organic nectarine for dessert. I am not a total “Lost” geek but I do have the action figure of “Jin” (when else in my life am I going to be able to own a friend in toy form?!) and brought it out for the occasion.
(If you haven’t already, be sure to check out my interview with Daniel about his diet!)
Even Julius watched. He’s as old as the show!
Overall, I was happy with the finale (like I said in my previous post, I had no expectations so I couldn’t be disappointed) but am very confused. There’s a lot I don’t quite get, but it was still a satisfying ending.
This morning, I was actually hungry for breakfast at a “normal” hour – around 9am. The return of an old favorite!
I whipped up a batch for me and Abe – this serves two:
- The last of the Bob’s 10-grain cereal, a little less than 1/4 cup (I am not crazy about this blend since it doesn’t get very voluminous like oat bran and won’t be buying it again)
- A little more than 1/2 a cup of rolled oats
- 1.5 cups water
- 1 small, very ripe banana
- 4 TB egg whites
- About 1/2 cup sweetened frozen cranberries
Time to walk and memorize lines!