Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Pad Thai and Organic Frozen Yogurt

Since I got my workout in yesterday morning, yesterday night was much more relaxed than usual! I gave the dog a bath, cleaned the house up a bit, and then Josh and I rented Harold and Kumar 2. I'm not sure if any of you have seen the first one, but I thought it was HILARIOUS! I was super excited to see Part 2 and it definitely delivered! If you liked one, I guarantee you'll like part 2! A few weeks ago Tina posted a dinner that used a Taste of Thai and it looked awesome! I decided to give it a go and last night made the Pad Thai for two. To my Pad Thai I added chicken, broccoli, water chestnuts, and sprouts. I also topped it with sesame seeds. The dinner was delicious! I added a little extra soy sauce to mine, I think because I had put in SOOO many vegis, I needed a little more sauce. I would definitely buy this product again, it is delicious!
(sorry I forgot to take a picture during dinner, this is our container of leftovers :)). When we went to rent the movie (from red box, which is awesome), I picked up some Stonyfield Farm Organic frozen yogurt. Jenn always posts about these products, so I HAD to give them a try. I bought the java and minty chocolate chip. I gave each a little try and let me tell you, they are incredible! I can't believe that 1) they're organic, 2) the java is fat free and the minty chocolate chip is low fat.....fabulous! I am going to buy these all the time now! What would I do without all of you wonderful bloggers posting about products? Have a great Wednesday!



7 comments:

VeggieGirl said...

It's always fun to exchange product/meal ideas with fellow bloggers :0)

Becca said...

I'm glad to hear Harold and Kumar 2 was funny. I loved the first one, knew there was a second but didn't realize it had come out! I'm so behind on the times....

Sarah said...

FROZEN YOGURT!!

Yum yum. Although I'm better off not buying it from the store, since I go to the yogurt shop often enough.

I like the changes you've made to the blog, the larger type is a little easier to read.

I hope you've enjoyed your vacation time!!

Jenn said...

I had been wanting to try that pad thai, but am generally wary of things in a box (I just always assume homemade is best), BUT with a good review, I'm ready to try it. Seriously, I picked up the box and put it back on the shelf last Sunday at the g-store. It's like you knew...

Jenn said...

I was so psyched to read that you liked the fro yo! I haven't tried either of those flavors yet, so now I'm going to take YOUR idea and give them a try - particularly the Java!

I love the new heading, by the way. Gorgeous and scrumptious at the same time :o)

lizzy said...

thank u so much for the sweet comment on my blog!! I've never seen anyone make pad thai in a box look as yummy as you have...after seeing your frozen yogurts i am craving the gotta have java, my favorite flavor!!

Erica said...

VG- Yes it is! I need to try one of your amazing baking recipes! Its on the list :)

Becca- It JUST came out on video! You should rent it and let me know what you think :)

Sarah- I wish we had a frozen yogurt place around here- I'm soooo jealous! Thank you :)

Jenn- hahaha, I did the same thing a few weeks back (picked up the box and put it back). You should def give it a whirl...light and tasty!

Jenn- Yes! I have the best snack now thanks to you :) Thank you! Those are Giada's strawberry short cake cupcakes...they're fantastic!

Lizzy- Thank you! I can't wait to read more of your posts :)