I learned this valuable lesson as I assembled my lunch in the breakroom today and I heard several people proclaim, “Ew, what is that smell?”
I heated up my ‘kraut and headed on my merry way, making a mental note not to enjoy lunches that include sauerkraut during peak lunchtimes.
The sauerkraut/chicken sausage combo was delish!
I know sauerkraut isn’t for everyone, but for a German girl like me, it’s the jam!
Alongside my protein-packed sausage I enjoyed fresh grape tomatoes and cucumber slices for some color.
Pre- lunch I also enjoyed an iced green tea from Starbucks that I picked up after stopping by my orthodontist’s office to get my permanent bottom retainer in. (How cool am I? 😉 )
(Wow. Can’t believe I just posted that pic. We’re all officially best friends now.)
Sad news though… the green tea quickly went from this:
I seriously inhale any cold beverage other than water. Water is the only thing I seem to struggle chug-a-chuggin’.
Snikiddy Giveaway Winners
Congratulations to the following winners of the Snikiddy snacks giveaway:
- Diana: “My face cheese dish will always be twice baked potatoes… Seriously! Drool!”
- Yummy Sushi Pajamas: Her “tweet” was actually the entry that won… But here’s her yummy-sounding comment: “Oh these sound great! My fave cheese dish… is spring mix salad with dried berries, Italian dressing, and goat cheese. So good!”
- Meagan: “Grilled cheese is the best comfort food ever! Cheesy, Gooey, Deliciousness!”
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing address so you can get your hands on some of this delicious grub for the free-zie! 😀
Stay tuned for an AMAZING giveaway soon! I get excited about pretty much every giveaway I do on the blog (because I am a freebie-loving freak), but the upcoming giveaway is my favorite one to date! 😀
Question of the Afternoon
What nationality are you? Do you like foods that are typically associated with your nationality?
I am German and Swedish (right, Mama?). I adore foods associated with my nationality, including brats, cabbage, apple strudel and pretzels.