Breakfast- 4 large Gala apples
Lunch- at Pure Food and Wine: Falafel Platter/Salad, 1/2 glass organic Chardonnay
Snack- a variety of treats from Pure Food and Take Away
Dinner- open faced sandwich: 2 slices Love Force Sun-Flax Focaccia topped with a mixture of 1avocado, black olive tapenade, whole grain mustard and Hawthorne Valley Farms Caraway Juniper Berry Sauerkraut
Dinner included the third avocado in as many days -unusual for me. I bought four avocados a few days ago for a very good price by New York standards, 75 cents each. They're ripe and need to be eaten.
Lunch was good. I went to Pure Food and Wine expecting a menu that is similar to their dinner menu but that's not what they're serving. It's basically the Pure Food and Take Away menu but served in a sit down restaurant setting. It works. The falafel dish was very good and very filling but I didn't feel stuffed. I think their's is the best raw version of falafel that I've eaten anywhere. The service was good, very efficient, friendly and no-nonsense. I did have to wait longer than I would have preferred for my to-go dessert order but it wasn't really a problem.
I brought the treats back to my office to share them with my colleagues; they were a hit.